The fashion for Pre-wedding plastic surgery

by Roberta Lunghini - 2016.10.04
The fashion for Pre-wedding plastic surgery
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Going to the plastic surgeon before a wedding! This is Wedding Surgery, the all-American fashion that is gaining ground in Italy. Where, to resort to a little premarital retouching and correctingis not only for the bride, but also for the mother of the bride and future mother-in-law, who all feel the need to look their best on the big day. This habit is becoming so widespread that some wedding planners have included it in the budget, together with the photographer and florist. The requests are mainly from regions of southern Italy where, there is no holding back on spending for the wedding. The preferred treatments are those that give the face a relaxed and rested appearance rather than changing the features, such as Botox injections and fillers that you can have a month before the event. Chirugia della Belezza, a surgery that operates in Lombardy, Lazio, Campania and Puglia explains that the reason for such a growth in this phenomenon is because we are marrying later in life and need a little more help to be perfect on this very important day.

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