Australians use cosmetic surgery on a higher per capita basis than Americans, forking out over $300 million for botox and the like last year.
There's been a 30 per cent growth in the industry last year, with the biggest growth in anti-wrinkle treatments mainly botox.
Other people chose to have dermal filler procedures to plump up lips, while some favoured laser treatments for scarring or hair removal.
And it's not just women, physicians have reported a 10 to 20 per cent increase in male clients last year, mainly seeking botox, acne-scarring treatments and facial vein surgery.
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