Stats from the UK cosmetic surgery scene seem to suggest we're becoming less keen on boob and nose jobs, with operations to correct the too-small and too-big bits of our bodies falling in popularity.
The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, which operates under the endlessly amusing acronym of Baaps, has reported a nine per cent drop in cosmetic surgery operations in 2014, with the number of procedures carried out falling from 50,122 in 2013 to 45,406 in 2014.
That's a nine per cent reduction overall, with Baaps reporting that nose and boob jobs collapsed in popularity the most -- with cases of both dropping by nearly a quarter. Here's the data in a nice chart, courtesy of MyBreast:
There's good news for Liposuctionists, though, with incidences of vanity man-boob vacuuming and thigh gap-creating increasing by seven per cent year on year. [BBC]