If Gwyneth Paltrow is Considering Having a Boob Job - So Can You!
By Karen Beaumont
Have you read the news about Gwyneth Paltrow considering a Boob Job recently, as posted in the Celeb Villa website:
"The stunning actress, who has a 19-month-old daughter and is four months pregnant with her second child, claims breastfeeding changed the shape of her chest and she now wants surgery.
The blonde actress - who is renowned for her love of alternative therapies, macrobiotic diets and yoga - says the operation would be a necessity, not a luxury.
She revealed: "I think women who have breastfed understand what I'm saying - that if you get a boob job it's more reconstructive surgery, actually, than cosmetic surgery.
She added to Allure magazine: "Everybody should do what makes them feel good and happy........ I'm sure when the time comes, I'll be in there doing something." "
A recent study published in the American Aesthetic Surgery journal has been able to answer many questions raised in the clinical literature and by the US Food and Drug Administration with regard to patient satisfaction with breast implants and the impact of augmentation on quality of life.
The survey which is the first of its kind, was conducted online over a period of 6months and was completed by more than four thousand women, of whom more than half had already received breast implants and the rest were seriously considering augmentation. It clearly showed that breast implants don't just augment the breasts but their confidence as well.
More than 80% women with breast implants said that the surgery boosted their confidence and self esteem in a big way. Nearly all women (92%) who received implants thought the surgery improved their overall appearance.
The surgery also allowed them to expand their wardrobe! It also pointed out that like all cosmetic surgeries it should not be expected to guarantee stability in relationships as the surgery did not result in significant changes in their marriage/dating activities, careers, or social lives although majority felt that it did improve their sexual life.
Cosmetic plastic surgery represents the desire to have other people react to us in a more positive way. Instead of labeling this desire pathologic, we should recognize it as a healthy awareness of reality. The answer lies in the redefinition of medicine from a field that endeavors to make people well to one that makes them happy.
So if you are one of them who always wanted to have a good cleavage but were not sure if the breast implants were meant for you, these results might just convince you to see a Plastic surgeon for the correct advise. After all, the implants have now been shown to boost not just the bust!
So there you have it - if this sexy young woman has realised that childbearing can wreak havoc on your breasts, then she is not alone. Around 90% of women are unhappy with their uppermost statistic. So if an opportunity arises for you to change it for the better - what are you waiting for?
About The Author
Karen Beaumont is the author of the best-selling book "Boob Job Secrets".