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An advert for 'designer vagina' surgery has been banned for suggesting that women's bodies might be "unnatural". The ad, from the London Bridge Plastic Surgery clinic, suggested that women could "achieve a more natural appearance" by having labia surgery, also known as labiaplasty. Despite it also suggesting that women could have surgery for health reasons - to "relieve the discomfort caused by enlarged labia" - the Advertising Standards Authority ruled that the overall message was "irresponsible". Five people made complaints saying that the references to "a more natural appearance" and "enlarged labia" were socially irresponsible and encouraged women to be dissatisfied with their bodies. In response to the complaints, London Bridge Plastic Surgery said the ad was for labiaplasty - a specialist plastic surgery procedure to reduce the size of and reshape the labia minora inner lips and labia majora outer lips.
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'Designer vagina': Labiaplasty cosmetic surgery procedures 'up 200% since 2012'
Updated November 26, In her weekly column, Jo Fox rounds up the news and views that might have flown under your radar. This week, she asks: Should doctors who perform labiaplasty be charged under anti-Female Genital Mutilation laws? Would you broadcast your own cosmetic surgery to the world? And why do women not hold men to the same unrealistic physical standards?
The annual survey by the organization, which represents cosmetic surgeons in the U. In , the top five surgeries were breast augmentation at , procedures—the majority of which were performed on women—liposuction at ,, then eyelid surgery, breast lifts and tummy tucks, all coming in at around , The new data offered an insight into the growing trend of surgical and nonsurgical vaginal procedures, with a quarter of surgeons reporting they offer such services. Non-invasive procedures have also grown in popularity.