If here in Africa it is not yet a reality, in the West, it has almost become a way of life. It's impossible not to come across a reality TV candidate, a miss or even simpler a young girl who is still a student and has a complete makeover.
The desire to look like
More than a medical practice, it has become a real obsession for some people, so much so that the desire to look like such and such a character turns into an obsession. Everyone wants to have the buttocks like Kim Kardashian or the lips of Kylie Jenner even if it means losing their life.
Yes, life because even if the result is sensational when it is well done, such practices sometimes leave after-effects when done by non-specialists. Except that, offering the best surgeon for a liposuction, a rhinoplasty or even a facelift can really cost the skin of the buttocks without pun intended. So cosmetic surgery, real advantages or just another woman's whim....
First of all, let's note that even if it is the most prized by women, many men also indulge in this new trend. It is true that its use can give a second life to the person who benefits from it. Let's take the case of a person with facial burns. Cosmetic surgery appears to be a real reason for hope for this person.
A problem with the complex
This is also the case in certain cases of genital malformations or simply to correct a natural defect or what is called today a complex. But this is where the problem lies. Today, a complex is born from anything and everything. For women, it can simply be the fact that such and such a person has a firmer butt or breasts, a younger face or even a narrower figure. For men, it's more about envying what women call in their jargon "chocolate bars" for abs for short.