Today’s video blog comes from a very cheeky chappy who came to us for help with his moobs. Watch the video above or read it below to find out what he thought of us – as well as a little bit about what he thinks of boobies.
“I love boobies! Big ones, small ones, fluffy ones – no, puffy ones! Saggy ones… although if I’m older I wouldn’t mind saggy ones. Not right now, I’m only 22, I wouldn’t want saggy tits on anyone… but you know, I’m not gonna complain – I’m not exactly perfect myself! Or am I?
Essentially, the problem is I’ve got moobs, and I wanted to get rid of them. So I saw a woman called Angela, and I went to Poland for Secret Surgery, and the assistant there, Aga, she was HOT, and the surgeon was absolutely amazing too.
Anyway, long story short – secret surgery dot co dot uk. My surgery only cost two and a half grand, and it was the best surgery I’ve ever had. Now I’ve got moobs no more! And also, it’s helped me to lose weight a little bit too! Check it out.”
Never mind Moves Like Jagger – we wish – more of us ladies have to put up with men that have got moobs like Jabba! Moobs, or man boobs, as you might also call them, can result in men for two reasons, though both of which are correctable with cosmetic surgery. I’m sure I speak for more than just myself when I say that moobs are not the most attractive
The first is medical; a condition called clinical gynecomastia, also known as male breast enlargement, can be caused by a hormonal imbalance of elevated levels of oestrogen or lowered levels of testosterone. While this condition can go away of it’s own accord, it can also hang around, and in these cases it’s certainly worth seeing a doctor to find out about the possibilities of medication or surgery.
Of course, not all men have that excuse. Most moobs probably come about simply because the chest area, like everywhere else on our bodies, is somewhere that excess fat can be stored. I know enough from my own body that when you pile on the pounds, they end up everywhere you least want them. Women aren’t the only victims of this!
Now, you could go out and buy yourself a manissiere, but let’s face it: that’s hardly going to make you feel any more masculine, is it? One way to really eradicate those moobs is to opt for liposuction, which can remove the fat from the pockets on the chest, thus bringing your man boobs down to a more manly size.
Male breast reduction is becoming more and more popular in the UK, as men stop seeing cosmetic surgery as a vanity, and more as something that they sometimes might just need to do for themselves. All jokes aside, ‘moobs’ can make a man feel very feminine, and it’s obviously not great for confidence or self-esteem.
But, don’t fret. It’s pretty easy to turn yourself from Jabba the Hutt into Han Solo, with a little nip here, and a tuck there… At Secret Surgery, we can arrange the scans to determine whether you need a gynacomasty or liposuction, and the surgery, flights and accommodation will all be sorted out by us.
Poor men – they get a rough deal really. We make fun of them for their man bellies, their balding heads and, worse of all, their moobs. We subject them to the kind of comments you wouldn’t get away with saying to a lady – unless you wanted a slap that is. With all that ripping, it’s little wonder, then, that there’s been a 7% increase in the number of men seeking cosmetic surgery in the UK.
Traditionally a female domain, cosmetic surgery is largely sought after by women wanting to repel the signs of ageing through facelifts, losing fat through liposuction and increasing their bust size through implants. These are all things that men get self-conscious about too however. Well, perhaps not increasing their bust size… (more…)
You know what men are like; when it comes to body image and feelings, they clamp up quicker than you can say “moob”. Unlike the fairer sex, you’ll never catch men around the water cooler at the gym discussing whether they fancy a bit of a nip and tuck or a few botox injections – if they did they’d be taunted by their macho mates for years to come.
No, poor men get the rough end of the stick when it comes to looking good. Not only are they just as insecure as women, confiding in friends is generally off-limits and even the idea of visiting a cosmetic surgeon could seem out of the question. But that needn’t be the case! (more…)