Cosmetics – A preparation such as powder or a skin cream, designed to beautify the body by direct application. Superficial measures to make something appear better, more attractive, or more impressive.
Cosmetic Surgery – Improves the appearance of a physical feature or irregularity or defect. Plastic Surgery – Restoration, reconstruction, correction, or improvement in the shape and appearance of the body structures that are defective, damaged or misshapen by injury, disease or anomalous growth and development.
If you would choose one part of your body that will be changed, what would it be?
Risk and dangers: Skin Death or Necrosis: usually follows an infection or hematoma and is much more likely among smokers. The skin is excised (surgically removed) and this may affect the cosmetic outcome.Asymmetry: moderate or severe asymmetries may require a second surgery. Mild asymmetry is normal.Slow Healing: due to age, skin type, failure to follow doctor's advice or factors beyond anyone's control.Numbness/Tingling: often temporary, sometimes permanent loss of sensation. This results from injury to sensory or motor nerves.Irregularities, dimples, puckers, and divots: can be due to surgeon error, healing irregularities or body make-up.Seroma: fluid can collect under the skin and can occur after breast augmentation, liposuction or a tummy tuck.
Natural beauty is better than having any surgery. We can achieve a good figure by having balanced diet, exercise, sleeping at the right time, eating healthy foods and taking proper medicines. Not like plastic and cosmetic surgeries, your life is at risk and danger. We can be beautiful in many ways. Just be your self, be natural, be confident and take care of your self. We just need to accept what we have and be contented.