Many times I have heard the adage, “no pain, no gain.” But certainly there are more pains in artificial beauty. Everything that is unnatural fades easily as one matures. The body changes are not for a lifetime. For a while you will enjoy it, but expect to experience side effects. Nothing is permanent; even the add-ons to our body, as in the case of surgery, may sometimes be irritating.
Cosmetic products or procedures like skin whitening, diamond peeling or some minor processes are okay. However, noselift, botox and other major body renovations are simply not works of art, but works of science.
If you are happy in enhancing your body parts, then go for it. Just don’t overdo it or you may end up damaging your God-given features.
You will for sure look elegantly in the first treatments. But as time goes by, you will realize that all artificial things have limitations. Others glow more as they grow older. In your case, you will spend more as you get older to maintain your pseudo-beauty.
People getting under the knife are individuals who are most likely forced to do it due to personal reasons. Be it for popularity or relationship issues, looking good is generally their main concern. There is no problem about that.
Simple enhancements are fine. But being addicted to too much body makeovers and still has no contentment to the outcome may post psychological disorders.
If you are decided to change any of your body part, think a hundred times. Go to the best doctors to get good results. Make sure you are doing it for yourself with the right reasons and not merely for other people’s sake.