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Young Women Want Plastic Surgery

Young Women Want Plastic Surgery

Young women between the ages 11-21 would consider having plastic surgery, a new study shows. Watch this week’s Plastic Surgery News to find out more.

600-01275607A new study in the United Kingdom shows that many girls between ages 11 and 21 would consider having plastic surgery.

A survey of more than a thousand girls showed that by age 10, girls begin worrying about their figure. And 24 percent of the girls ages 16 to 21 said they’d consider having plastic surgery.

Twelve percent of girls between 11 and 16 said they would consider it, and 5 percent of them said they would think about getting Botox injections.

Parliament member Jo Swinson said the idealized female images in advertising are putting pressure on girls to want to change how they look – even at very young ages.

The problem here, she said, is that young girls want to attain an appearance that is unattainable but they don’t yet know that. Video plays below.

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