A Roundup of the Latest Cosmetic Surgery News Stories from mid-October 2018.

October 29th, 2018

New RealSelf Aesthetics Interest Survey Reveals 40% of U.K. Adults Are Considering a Cosmetic Treatment in the Next 12 Months, Outpacing the U.S.; Past and Planned Procedures Highest Among U.K. Millennials

Millennials appear to be driving the U.K.’s high interest in aesthetic procedures. Nearly two-thirds (62 percent) of adults 18-34 are considering nonsurgical treatments in the next 12 months (vs. 28 percent aged 35+) and close to half (44 percent) are considering surgical treatments in the next year (vs. 14 percent aged 35+).

Anne Robinson plastic surgery: Weakest Link TV presenter looks sensational after facelift

Anne Robinson, 73, is best known as being the presenter of the Weakest Link. The redhead has also worked on Watchdog for many, many years. Most recently she presented Anne Robinson’s Britain for BBC One. Anne looks fantastic for her age, something she credits, in part, to her face lift over a decade ago.

A plastic surgery group is warning doctors to stop performing potentially deadly Brazilian butt lifts — here’s why they can be so dangerous

A plastic surgery organization in the UK has warned its members to stop performing potentially deadly Brazilian butt lifts — at least until there’s more research done on the procedure.

Strictly’s Shirley Ballas in cosmetic surgery riddle — what has she had done?

Strictly Come Dancing has returned for another year, and fans are thrilled to see judges Shirley Ballas, Darcey Bussell, Craig Revel-Horwood and Bruno Tonioli back on their screens. But one thing that has got fans talking is whether the judges have had cosmetic surgery during their time away from the show. Daily Star Online spoke to a spokesperson from MYA Cosmetic Surgery, who gave their expert view on what the judges may have had done.

Baby Botox vs Botox: What’s the difference?

Getting Botox isn’t for everyone, but those of us for whom wrinkles, fine lines or expression lines cause a lack of confidence, it’s a fairly simple solution. But what’s the difference between the so-called ‘Baby’ Botox and ‘real’ Botox? Image asked one of Ireland’s top clinical dermatologists, Dr Katherine Mulrooney from the Dr Mulrooney Clinic, to define each version for them.

Plastic surgeons open up about the breast explant trend

As the au naturel look gains popularity, more women are speaking out about their so-called ‘un-boob jobs’ and the reasons for having their once-loved big breasts surgically reduced.