Is YouTube a credible resource when it comes to researching information about cosmetic surgery? According to a new study by Rutgers University, it is not.
The recent study revealed that in many instances, the individuals shown in YouTube videos giving advice about cosmetic procedures were not qualified to advise on the procedures they were performing or portraying or were not qualified medical providers at all.
Kylie Jenner just made major headlines after announcing to the world that she had all her lip fillers removed. While it is not certain exactly what motivated the popular reality star to do it, recent trends in cosmetic surgery show that women want to look more natural and less "pumped or plumped." Many women also want to skip the downtime of surgical procedures to get the look they want. Are you looking for a cosmetic procedure but want to look more natural? Look no further than cosmetic facial and body treatments from Infinity Medical Group.
For many people, summer is not just about traveling to see the sights; it is also about cosmetic surgery. Hundreds of Americans leave the country each year to undergo low-cost cosmetic procedures or to have procedures that are unsanctioned in the United States. A new study published in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery shows that patients traveling to other countries for cosmetic surgery may get more than they bargained for - but in complications and costs.