Liberate Cosmetic Surgery aims to Highlight Cosmetic Surgery Industry IssuesBy Liberate Cosmetic Surgery, PRNE
Sunday, October 23, 2011
LONDON, October 24, 2011 -
Liberate Cosmetic Surgery hopes to raise awareness of some of the most important issues surrounding health, beauty and confidence within the cosmetic surgery industry through the launch of a series of new initiatives.
In addition to their on-going activity on the subject, such as question and answer sessions, conferences and reports on research, the company are launching some exciting new initiatives online, that it hopes people from all over the UK will take part in.
These include “Cosmetic Surgery Undercover” videos, which highlight the issues cosmetic surgery customers can face; a “Health vs. Beauty Questionnaire”, which aims to discover how the public really feel about cosmetic surgery for women; Video question and answer sessions with top UK surgeons, and spa and beauty themed prize draws.
The ‘Undercover Cosmetic Surgery’ videos will be available on YouTube, and the questionnaire will be available on the Liberate Cosmetic Surgery Facebook page. Visitors to the page who fill in the questionnaire will be in the running for the spa giveaway, closing date 7th November 2011.
Graham Offer of Liberate Cosmetic Surgery said: “Liberate are dedicated to better informing people about the risks and issues surrounding cosmetic surgery. We are delighted to be launching our Cosmetic Surgery Undercover videos to help open the public’s eyes to what’s really going on in the cosmetic surgery industry.
“Through our videos, surveys and social media activity we hope to start discussions and truly reach out to the public.”
About Liberate Cosmetic Surgery:
Liberate is designed as a service that “liberates” the consumer by allowing them to choose their cosmetic surgeon and by giving them access to their surgeon from the very first consultation and through the entire process including aftercare. Unlike other cosmetic surgery providers, Liberate do not agree with the use of “patient coordinators” or salespeople. Liberate want its clients to get to know the surgeon before the operation allowing them to make an informed and responsible choice.
Without the tools needed to make responsible choices cosmetic surgery can end up costing people financially, physically and psychologically, Liberate aims to give people the power to choose, providing them with a new and safer approach to cosmetic and breast surgery UK.
Liberate surgeons are all extremely experienced and skilled, and are also members of BAAPS (British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons) and/or BAPRAS (British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons).
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