Safety in Beauty were featured in The Sun Newspaper.
The feature focused on demand for treatments like Botox and filler hitting record levels, with the demand rising after the airing off reality TV shows like Love Island.
Britain’s leading plastic surgeons have blasted young people for “losing the plot” in a landmark intervention.
Last year the British College of Aesthetic Medicine performed 282,960 filler procedures – a shocking rise of 100 per cent on the previous 12 months.
Alongside this, a growing trend suggests many who do get fillers are having them reversed – including by regretful Islanders themselves.
One surgeon has warned The Sun that Britain risks becoming the “laughing stock of the world” – while a former star of the ITV2 show tells of the grim reality of chasing the ‘perfect’ reality star image.
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