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Beauty is commodity

The rage of plastic surgery is on the rise. Cosmetic procedures may have been a privilege for the few in the past years, and costs for tummy tucks and eyelid lifts were skyrocketing. However, as time went on, there came more cosmetic surgeons and plastic surgery clinics, especially in low cost countries, like Estonia. Combining your savings from plastic surgery with a relaxing stay on a beautiful European country becomes definitely a good idea.

Plastic surgery addictive

Plastic surgery is often believed to make people perfect. Such belief has become so widespread, that some sources state that about 10% of patients, going to plastic surgeons, as detected to suffer from Body dysmorphic disorder or BDD. BDD, previously known as Dysmorphophobia is a psychological anxiety disorder in which the affected person is excessively concerned about and preoccupied by a perceived defect in his or her physical features (http://wikipedia.org). In other words, people with this condition can be good-looking, but view themselves as ugly.