It is common knowledge that beauty comes with a price tag. Contemporary world exerts a huge pressure on society to look impeccably at all times and at all costs. Show business and mass media together with the fashion industry are to blame for the dissemination of the model of a perfect body and face. Ageing, imperfections, cellulite and fat are not welcome. The pursuit of the perfect body may be costly, the price varies substantially depending on what you actually think needs fixing.
A healthy lifestyle is crucial, but even the most restrictive of diets and long hours spent at the gym may not do the trick and the effects of your hard work and sacrifices may be unsatisfactory.
Each surgical intervention might be to some extent risky. Tampering with whichever part of the body should be considered and reconsidered beforehand - not only because of its possible side effects, but also because it's a hefty investment.
Needless to say, trying to save on plastic surgery can backfire. If you opt for a cheaper option, you might eventually have to pay twice for corrections. Not to mention going through the whole nerve-wrecking process over again. So make sure what you spend on plastic surgery won't be money down the drain.