Cosmetic surgery procedures in the UK fell 40% in 2016. Was this due to Brexit-related uncertainty, a climate of global unrest, or the growth of facial injectables?
Britons have dramatically cut back on cosmetic surgery, while non-invasive procedures like facial injectables have never been more popular.
The number of cosmetic surgery operations in 2016 was the lowest in nearly a decade, according to figures from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), falling by . . .
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