British women shunning the surgeon's knife for natural beauty


We all want to look younger for longer, but surgery isn't the answer for most British women according to new research.

More than half of women would shun the offer of cosmetic surgery, even if it was offered for free, in favour of natural beauty and a healthy diet.

Professional hair products retailer, Fabriah.com, discovered that 56% of us would say no to face lifts, liposuction and tummy tucks because of the risks of surgery.

Of the 44% who said they would still consider surgery, Botox and wrinkle reduction fillers were the most popular choice.

Surprisingly, women aged 18 to 30 were much more likely to consider cosmetic surgery than older generations of women in the 55 plus category.

City dwellers were also more likely to opt for the surgeons knife than countryside residents who were happier with their appearance overall.

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