Anna Fifield Korea’s pop-culture “wave” has brought it a new export: nips, tucks and other plastic surgeries for Chinese visitors eager to look like their favourite celebrities from Korean soap...
Rachel Clun Why do we point and scoff at their attempts to halt time?
Sally Williams Recycling tummy tuck by-products has become a big business. But do patients have a right to know where their unwanted fat ends up?
Sandy Smith Yes. By seven years, says a new study from the University of Toronto.
Rachel Clun Jennifer Aniston has spoken candidly about her dislike for cosmetic surgery, saying there’s no way she would go under the knife.
On the rise
Eleanor Pendleton Forget going under the knife in the quest for younger looking skin. Now, the bulk of non-surgical procedures available are designed to restore a youthful appearance to the skin on an outpatient basis.
Livia Gamble In an exclusive interview with Who magazine, Stephanie Rice opens up about having plastic surgery to rectify breathing problems caused by a broken nose.
Rachel Clun Cameron Diaz says everyone will experience infidelity in their lifetime.
Caroline Zielinski Thai face slapping massages, vampire facials and toe-besity plastic surgery. The wacky beauty treatments people were getting this year.
Sarah Berry The movement against manipulated beauty images continues to gain momentum.
Nip and tuck
Cassy Small A new breed of tourist is taking the post-holiday glow to a new level and booking in for cosmetic surgery abroad.
Take the quiz
Sarah Berry A new study suggests you can you pick a smoker by the condition of their skin.
Sarah Berry A plastic surgeon's 'designer' handiwork has been modelled on the runway during New York Fashion Week.
Miss International Queen
Marcelo Ohio won cash, a crown with real gemstones and free surgery 'for anything' at a famed plastic surgery clinic in Bangkok.
Sandy Smith Everyone thinks beautiful people have it all but what if your dazzling good looks are really a burden, ruining your chances of a lasting relationship or marriage?
What's behind the trend for Asian people to have their faces "Westernised", wonders Benjamin Law.
Cosmetic augmentation, à la The Shire, is on the rise and it's coming to lips, breasts and foreheads near you.
Adam Carey When it comes to keeping up appearances, it appears Botox is in and barbells are out.
It is so true, you probably don't really look as bad as your passport photo or half as good as your Facebook photo.