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Title: Cosmetic Tourism
Author: Harrison, Kelly
Abstract: Societies shallow perceptions of beauty have been increasingly facilitated through media exposure. Beautification, and the constant strive for physical perfection has made way for a new form of tourism, cosmetic tourism. As a subsector of medical tourism, cosmetic tourism is travelling abroad for the sole purpose of obtaining cosmetic surgery, most commonly at a discounted price. Safety issues and a general lack of industry knowledge are top concerns for potential candidates, but can be improved though the appeal of discounted cosmetic procedures combined with a relaxing and restorative holiday has made cosmetic tourism an increasingly sought after form of tourism.
Description: An assessment of the Cosmetic Tourism industry.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/7858
Date: 2014-02-17
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