Pink dust cosmetics are now the hottest cosmetic surgery trend in the world, and they’re making an estimated $8 billion in sales every year.
The phenomenon has taken off because the cosmetic surgeons are increasingly demanding more advanced surgery techniques like plastic surgery.
As well as being expensive, they’re often uncomfortable and require extensive grooming and restorative therapy.
The latest trend is to add artificial sweeteners and other substances into the mix.
But despite this, many cosmetic surgeons believe that it’s a waste of money.
The pink dust cosmetic surgery market is estimated to be worth $3 billion annually, according to the Association of Cosmetic Surgeons.
With this in mind, it is now the top cosmetic surgery destination in the US, according the American Association of Plastic Surgeons, with about 20,000 cosmetic surgeons operating each year.
The rise of pink dust in cosmetic surgery In the past few years, there have been several high-profile cases of pink-dust surgery, such as the case of a 17-year-old girl who went under the knife and needed plastic surgery after her mother died.
Pink dust surgery is also now a hot trend among some high-income countries.
For example, in Germany, a new wave of surgery has been taking place with the help of plastic surgeons who now offer surgery to both children and adults with pink dust.
A lot of doctors are using the new surgical procedures as a way to pay for more expensive cosmetic surgeries, said Joerg von Gernreich, a consultant plastic surgeon at the Kaiser hospital in Germany.
“This is a trend that is growing in Germany,” he said.
What are the complications of pink powder surgery?
If you’ve been following the pink powder trend for a while, you’ve probably heard about the problems that patients may face during the procedure.
For one, the process can be painful, with some patients suffering broken bones, numbness, and even loss of sensation in their extremities.
In the US alone, there are about 4,700 reported cases of plastic surgery complications from pink powder surgeries, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgery (ASPS).
“Pink powder is a new surgical procedure, which means that we have to go through a whole series of steps to make it safe and comfortable,” said Dr. Richard Muellbauer, an assistant professor of dermatology and plastic surgery at the University of Colorado, who is not involved in the new trend.
In most cases, the surgeons simply use the powder in place of a plaster, which is not the safest procedure for patients.
But the problem is that it also means that the surgeons can’t get a clear view of the plastic and remove the material before it’s removed, said Mueldauer.
Another complication is that patients are often unaware that they have plastic surgery, and that their bodies can change color during surgery.
When it comes to the skin, there’s also a risk of infection and irritation.
According to Muehlenbauer’s study, more than 40% of patients experience discomfort during the surgery.
Patients can be very concerned about their skin, so they don’t know how to feel during surgery, he said, adding that the procedure can be dangerous if the patient is not careful.
And while many surgeons believe the process to be safe, the cosmetic surgeon community is divided on the issue of pink powders being safe.
Dr. William Janssen, a plastic surgeon in Florida, is not opposed to the use of pink chemicals in cosmetic surgeries.
But he worries that they could cause more harm than good.
“If a pink powder comes into contact with a skin or a hair, there is a risk that the chemical could cause a reaction,” he told Al Jazeera.
There are also concerns about whether it’s safe to use the pink chemical to remove the skin from the face.
While there is no known link between pink powder and cancer, experts say that the plastic surgeons have a legitimate concern.
Many doctors have a “safety net” in place for patients who may have plastic surgeries, in the form of the surgery themselves, Muebauer said.
In that case, the plastic surgeon will use a surgical mask to protect the patient’s face.
But in a case like this, the surgeon could end up leaving a permanent scar on the patient, which could eventually require surgery to correct the issue, Muesbauer added.
Despite the concerns, the pink-powder trend is proving popular, with demand outpacing the supply, according a study by a team at the International Society of Cosmetic Surgery (ISCS).
In the study, published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, the researchers looked at 2,972 cosmetic surgeries from 2013 to 2017 and found that more than 1,400 were performed on patients who had undergone pink powder.
Of the patients, about 40% had already