Asian Cosmetic Surgery

People who want pieces sucked/chopped/frappéd out of them declined last year in the U.S. The good news is that we are not the only ones feeling the economic pinch. When it affects our ability to perform cosmetic procedures, I think it is getting close to home.

South Korea with its obsession with looking “white” through cosmetic surgery is feeling the pain, and basically foregoing the obsession with wider eyes, whiter skin and higher nose bridges. According to the Taipei Times, the bust for Korea is a boon for the Japanese, Chinese and Korean Americans who can afford inexpensive cosmetic procedures in Seoul. Otherwise, head to Costa Rica for that brand new schnoz.

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  1. Cosmetic packaging | 20 January 2009, 15:58

    Thus, when it comes to being able to fund the cosmetic surgery costs, you will have to assign yourself a certain budget. Now, if you already have the necessary money because you are wealthy, cosmetic surgery costs will obviously not be a problem for you. However, if you are on a strict budget, work out a plan in which you set aside a small amount of money each week. It should be noted that this way it might take awhile before you can actually afford the cosmetic surgery, but if this is something that you really want, you will be able to safely save the money!

  2. cathy | 28 October 2009, 02:57

    i had a friend who had an eyelid plastic surgery and she’s happy with the result. just remember, not all people are contented with results. there are some fake reviews and scams on the internet.