Forget About Facial Exercises
Are you religiously doing all these daily facial exercises to no avail? Having a double chin is often inherited and develops even in people with a healthy lifestyle.
Dieting and exercise may not have worked for your stubborn double chin. So, if you’re not overweight and are at your wit’s end, there is a faster way around this: get rid of a double chin via surgery in Korea.
Contrary to popular belief, people who get cosmetic surgery in Korea may not be as obsessive as the media makes it out to be: what the statistics on Korean plastic surgery show us is that among all kinds of procedures, non-invasive treatments is the most common. This is followed by Liposuction in Korea, where South Korea leads the world in having the most number of fat-reduction procedures done, with 1.699 procedures per 1,000 population.
Avoid Unwanted Delays
As reported, tourists coming into Korea from China or Japan have had trouble with returning home after getting cosmetic surgery done. The surgeons have essentially made their passport photos worthless. To avoid any unwanted delays on your return trip homewards, remember to obtain an official ‘plastic surgery certificate’ – this document should include not only your passport number, but the length of our stay, as well as the name and location of the hospital. Most importantly, it should have an official seal to certify the document.
Show it to the immigration officials and you’re good to go!