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Influencers Share Their Free Plastic Surgery Treatment Results With Their Followers


Written by Emel Gerdaneri.

Influencers Share Their Free Plastic Surgery Treatment Results with Their Followers

Influencer literally means “affecter” who uses social media actively.

They have a large number of followers and they earn money by promoting under the heading of collaboration, from what they wear to what they wear to the places they go. Today, plastic surgery has turned into a new collaboration model.
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When we examine influencers, we usually notice that they have an approach focused on looking very good and perfect.

They either correct the smallest defect on their face or body with the filters they use or, as we said, they get help from plastic surgery.

Confession From Influencers to NBC News

NBC NewsNBC News spoke to 12 social media personalities who have less than 100,000 followers and up to 10 million followers, detailing how they were forced to look perfect in real life and online.

That said, young creators have had cosmetic procedures done in their early 20s, ranging from lip filler injections to plastic surgery.

The creators, who said they got most of them done for free or at a discount, admitted that they kept promoting it because they got the deal, although they regretted some of the procedures.

TikTok star Sebastian Bails, who has 12.8 million followers, says that he had lip augmentation as his first aesthetic procedure and that he started off with an offer when he was just 18 years old.

"I got my lips done, not because I'm insecure, but I was offered free lips to promote. Who would say no to free lips?"

The Plastic Surgery Industry Has Been Powered By Social Media For Years

plastic surgery and influencerThe plastic surgery industry has been powered by social media for years, popularizing certain procedures as beauty standards evolve.

This, in turn, changed the way these procedures were marketed. Cosmetic surgery enthusiast Lorry Hill, who runs a beauty-focused YouTube channel, said she's seen a significant increase in cosmetic procedure providers' willingness to advertise through social media influencers.

“In the past, surgeons didn't advertise. They are now advertising with young people and are popular on all social media networks like TikTok and Instagram."


Written on 28/04/2022

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Last Update: 28/04/2022

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