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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

The rise of the 'Botox boob job': New treatment promises to boost your bust by a cup size...but it will cost you

Bust-boosting surgery has never been more popular, with more than 11,000 boob job operations taking place in the UK alone each year.

But not everyone wants to go under the knife, including some of the A-list clients who visit Harley Street medic Dr Neetu Nirdosh.

Instead of scalpels and implants, they are opting for a new treatment which has been dubbed 'the Botox boob job' and uses injectables to plump up the cleavage.

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New look: The 'Botox boob job' is said to boost the breasts by up to a cup size but only lasts for six months
New look: The 'Botox boob job' is said to boost the breasts by up to a cup size but only lasts for six months
'The Breastox- Botox is fast becoming the must have pre-red carpet procedure for my celebrity clients,' explains Dr Nirdosh. 


'It is a knifeless instantaneous breast lift. This form of breast augmentation works best for those who are between a cup size A and C and is safer and quicker than regular surgery.'

The £1,000 treatment involves injecting Botox into the pectoral muscles which temporarily relaxes them, leaving the shoulder and surrounding chest muscles to take the strain.

As a result, breasts are lifted and look higher and firmer, although given Botox wears off, the effect lasts for a maximum of six months.

'There's no downtime, no reported side effects, no scars and it is virtually painless,' adds Dr Nirdosh. 

'It takes less than 30 minutes and is the ideal treatment for women suffering from post-pregnancy droopy boobs, ageing, sagging breasts or a wrinkly bust line as a result of sun damage. 
Popular: Botox is the most popular injectable in use in the UK and accounts for 45,464 treatments a year
Popular: Botox is the most popular injectable in use in the UK and accounts for 45,464 treatments a year
Risky: Breast enhancement isn't without its risks as the recent PIP implant scandal demonstrated
Risky: Breast enhancement isn't without its risks as the recent PIP implant scandal demonstrated



'It is also good if you want a bit of extra support so you can go braless as many of my red carpet clients do.'
Traditional breast enhancement involves having a cut made either beneath the breasts or in the armpits and inserting a silicone implant between the breast tissue and the chest muscle.

Operations cost between £3,500 and £5,000 and, according to the NHS, complications can include infection, scarring and loss of sensation in the nipple.
  


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2830353/The-rise-Botox-boob-job-New-treatment-promises-boost-bust-cup-size-cost-1-000.html#ixzz3ItkH5FkE

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