Would You Get Plastic Surgery?

~”Surgery is definitely a choice. And it should be one that is well informed and researched.”

I always said ‘No’. But after working as an Esthetician and now approaching 40, I can’t stand firmly in that anymore. Let me be clear. The thought of surgery completely terrifies me. I know that it is not something to take lightly. But we all have those imperfections that we would love to change if we had the opportunity.

Having had the pleasure to go through pregnancy and childbirth, my body is no longer the same. While I like the additions in some places, there are others that aggravate the hell out of me. Namely, the stomach area. No matter how much I work out, it never quite goes away. I’m not looking to be in a bikini anytime soon, but it would be nice to get rid of that pregnancy throwback.

Then I found out about the Mommy Tuck. The procedure seemed to be the answer to my prayers. Honestly, I can remain a card carrying member of the IBTC (Itty Bitty Titty Committee) because if they were bigger, I would look funny. But that stomach area can go.



Surgery is definitely a choice. And it should be one that is well informed and researched. And you should also know the reason why you feel like it is a good idea. I know that I am currently obsessed with the show Botched on E! and the Lifetime show Atlanta Plastic and Nip/Tuck was one of my favorite shows ever. I’ve given myself until my 40th birthday to make a decision. One way or another, I’m happy with who I am, but which one of us can’t stand to make a few improvements?


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