As the pandemic-era of working from home draws to a close, most women are now focusing their efforts on looking their best. Plastic surgery has become increasingly more common, especially Brazilian butt lift (BBL) surgeries. So, this begs the question – who should get plastic surgery?
Older female workers may have the most from this surgery. 61% of US workers over 45 have seen ageism in the workplace, manifested in the forms of more job rejections and less callbacks. Across the board, however, women are likely to gain from having plastic surgery. 50% of women don’t feel confident at work, with 25% of them seeing this as their largest obstacle to returning to work. Additionally, 44% of women feel negative emotions when not wearing makeup and a woman’s salary drops by 9% for every 64 pounds gained.
These self-perception issues can be positively influenced by cosmetic procedures. 25% of women are already considering ‘mommy makeover’ procedures in order to reclaim some of their lost self-confidence postpartum. Furthermore, many women over 30 display interest in liposuctions, breast augmentations, and tummy tucks to improve their self-image, thereby improving self-confidence. Ultimately, women in current times face significant pressure to maintain their physical appeal. However, the surgical technology of modern times allows women to improve their self-perception and reclaim their lost confidence.
Source: Sieber Plastic Surgery