More Chinese women who have been travelling to South Korea for plastic surgeries have been struggling to get past airport security.
More Chinese Women Having Problems Passing The Airport Security Due To Their New Look After Plastic Surgery
Nov 23, 2014 at 1:17 PM
Posted by : Pinoy Secret Writer
Filed Under : Fashion & Beauty
Due to these incidents, some hospitals have started issuing “plastic surgery certificates” which includes the patient’s passport number, the name of the hospital were the surgeries were performed and the length of their stay in South Korea.
Fortunately, the officers allowed these women to enter China, but advised them to renew their passports immediately.
Look at some of the pictures below and see their transformation.
A 56-year-old woman (pictured before surgery, left, and after, right), sought treatment for the sagging skin on her face and neck, wrinkles, eye aging and age spots. She also had work done on her nose.
This unidentified woman is pictured before (left) and after (right) cosmetic surgery.
Julie, a 29-year-old full-time mother, before surgery (left) and after (right)S he underwent breast reconstruction, waist and abdomen liposuction and IPL skin treatment.
Wang Pingping, a 24-year-old tour guide, pictured before (left) and after surgery (right). She underwent surgery to change the shape of her face, as well as a nose job and eye reconstruction surgery.
Yang Jiayi, a 21-year-old clerk, before (left) and after (right) surgery. Yang had her eye shape altered and received eyelash extensions.
Xu Yan, a 21-year-old kindergarten teacher, pictured before (left) and after surgery (right). Xu underwent the V-line surgery, nose reconstruction surgery and received Botox injections.
Yan Xu, a 22-year-old broker, pictured before (left) and after surgery (right). She had eyelid surgery, a nose job, and chin implants.
Liu Yisong, a 26-year-old dance teacher, before (left) and after (right) her plastic surgery.