There’s a new kind of plastic surgery specifically for making you look hotter on Snapchat
‘A treatment for perfect selfies’
Between VSCO, FaceTune and Makeup+, we've all gotten exceptionally good at filtering, but it's unclear how much longer similar apps will remain a priority.
Now, a clinic has rolled out a set of treatments designed to help girls "look hot" on Snapchat, even without the filters.
why u gotta take her swimming on the first date pic.twitter.com/6UHP4BQEuc
— kati (@NICHORELL0) November 2, 2017
According to The ME Clinic, there's been a rise in young women seeking facial fat reduction treatments due to constant selfies on Instagram and Snapchat. Because of this, the Clinic is launching a cosmetic treatment aimed at those same millennials.
The treatment, which includes Lipofirm body contouring and skin tightening technology, is being called "a simple solution to looking good on social media."
The facial "fat-zapping" procedure only takes 30 minutes and is most popular with women under 35. Each session costs $195, with experts recommending two to five treatments for best results.
"There's definitely a link between photo-led social media and patients seeking aesthetic treatments," Independent plastic surgeon Gary Ross told the Mail, "and many tell us that social media plays a big part in their decision."
So to all the guys who always say "too bad there are no filters in real life", now there are.
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