Middle aged women are keen to look their best and maintain a youthful appearance after a new survey revealed one third of women would happily have a facelift to smooth out any wrinkles and get a fresher look.
The study, which questioned 3000 women between the ages of 40 and 65, showed that one in three women over 40 would consider having plastic surgery to keep a younger look and almost a third of women questioned said they would rather look up to 20 years younger than become a millionaire.
Top procedures included an eye lift with a quarter of women favouring the procedure and 29 percent said they would opt for a tummy tuck.
BOTOX™ andchemical peels were also high on the list of the best ways to look good with 29 percent of women choosing to have non invasive procedures to achieve a rejuvenated look.
For those worrying about their looks The Hospital Group, one of the UK’s leading cosmetic surgeons, offer an array of youth-enhancing treatments such as eye lifts, facelifts and chemical skin peels, as well as surgical procedures including breast augmentation and liposuction.
BOTOX™, fillers and cosmetic dentistry are just some of the additional cosmetic procedures that the Group provide in their 19 clinics across the UK and Ireland.
David Ross, Chief Executive of The Hospital Group said: “The way you look matters to many people no matter what their age is. If you feel unhappy with your appearance this can lead to feelings of frustration and depression.
“For many people changing the way they look can improve their whole view on life and often gives them the confidence that they didn’t have before as well.
“The Hospital group provide expert advice and treatments to ensure that patients get the look they are after.”
Cosmetic surgery news : 17 December 2010