Women want cosmetic surgery to be beach beautiful

With the holiday season in full swing it’s time for women across the UK to bare their bodies and show some skin, but for many the thought of exposing their flesh to the world is horrifying.

With so many women unhappy with their body, new research has revealed that 90 per cent would consider having cosmetic surgery to help them get that dream beach shape.

When 2,500 women were surveyed and asked what part of their body they’d most like to change a whopping 68 per cent of them said they thought they would benefit from a tummy tuck. Legs were next on the wish list with 29 per cent eager to have liposuction like that of Hollyoaks star Jennifer Metcalfe, many of whom cited as their plastic surgery idol.

Only six per cent of women weren’t happy with their bottoms and four percent wanted a larger, fuller bust so they could fill out their bikini better.

Hot on the list of favourite bikini bodies was all natural Kelly Brook and surgically enhanced Katie Price, aka Jordan.

Only 10 per cent of women who took part in the survey said that they wouldn’t have any cosmetic surgery at all opting to stay natural.

For those worrying about their looks The Hospital Group, one of the UK’s leading cosmetic surgeons, offer an array of body-enhancing treatments such as breast enlargement and tummy tucks, as well as non-invasive procedures including BOTOX™, fillers and cosmetic dentistry.

David Ross, Chief Executive of The Hospital Group said: “In the summer when the weather hots up and people tend to wear less clothing, many people can feel unhappy with their appearance and this can cause them to become depressed and to feel frustrated.

“Just changing the way you look can often improve a person’s whole outlook on life and often gives them the confidence and self-esteem that they didn’t have before.

“The Hospital group provide expert advice and treatments to ensure that patients get the look they are after.”

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