“Revenge cosmetic surgery”, as the media calls it, has become very popular in the past couple of years. According to a survey conducted by the National Women’s Health Resource Center, both men and women now turn to the scalpel to improve their looks and boost their self-esteem after a break-up.
The survey reveals that the transition from married to single status triggers changes in the mindset of both sexes. Consequently, these people are inspired to improve their physical appearance through diet, exercise and cosmetic procedures.
When it comes to cosmetic surgery, most American women have breast augmentation, tummy tuck and liposuction to sculpt their body. Note that childbearing and breastfeeding take a tool on the female physique so most married women will benefit much from tummy tucks and breast augmentation or breast reduction. To rewind their age clock, many divorced men and women go for eyelid lift, neck lift, facial fillers and Botox® injection. According to experts, looking younger and filling more confident about their looks can greatly help these people cope with the emotional trauma associated with divorce and break-ups. However, it is very important for these people to maintain reasonable expectations when undergoing cosmetic procedures to enjoy a boost of confidence after the surgery.