Women rush to get cosmetic surgery before beach season

Women are hurrying to have cosmetic surgery performed on their breasts before the weather becomes warm enough for them to strip down to more revealing clothes, it has been claimed.

According to a survey by Transform Cosmetic Surgery Group, 26 per cent more women will be having a breast enlargement procedure in April than in March.

Shami Thomas, a spokeswoman for Transform Cosmetic, told the Mirror: "Cosmetic surgery sees seasonal trends and following January's surge in liposuction and tummy tuck enquiries post Christmas, our call centre staff are now inundated with breast enquiries."

Transform clinics have been carrying out cosmetic surgery procedures in the UK for over 30 years and have a patient satisfaction rate of over 98 per cent.

Surgeons are all registered with the General Medical Council and the clinics offer outstanding facilities with state-of-the-art technology.

According to Transform, over a third of patients choose the company after being recommended by a friend.

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