Jeff Bezos isn’t the only person whose business has improved because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Cosmetic surgeons in South Korea have been profiting from a significant increase in the number of rhinoplasty patients.
The nose job boom can be attributed to two factors. First, many Koreans are self-conscious about the bruising and swelling associated with a nose job. A face mask is a great way to cover up the temporary yet unsightly blemishes. Second, government stimulus handouts have provided those who are not struggling financially under lockdown conditions ready cash for the operation.
With lockdown and masks requirements expected to be eased later this year, many are rushing to as one surgeon put it “improve facial beauty and harmony” and “enhance the appearance of the nose while maintaining Asian aesthetic beauty.”
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