Woman Obsessed with Plastic Surgery Shows Off Newest Post-Op Look 2023

Cosmetic surgery enhancements are on the rise around the world. Though it was once a taboo subject that many patients were judged for, it has become more accepted in recent years. Social media has played a significant role in plastic surgery becoming more accepted and common as people flock to their socials to post pre-op and post-op comparisons, share their stories, and educate others on the risks and benefits of these procedures.

There are many surgeons out there who specialize in cosmetic surgeries all across America and the world. If you lived in Beverly Hills you would probably want to go to plastic surgeon Nicholas Lahar, M.D. Lahar is a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon who focuses on procedures of the nose, face, breast, and body.

These procedures often include rhinoplasty, Brazilian butt lift, tummy tuck, liposuction, and body contouring.

With so much acceptance and attention garnered towards plastic surgery, more and more people are taking to their own social media platforms to share their experience and stories concerning their own cosmetic enhancement surgeries.

You can learn more about Ultherapy in New York City as well as surgeons who specialize in this procedure. Also known as a non-surgical facelift, Ultherapy uses safe ultrasound energy to target the deep layers of skin and stimulate collagen production. This results in a natural lifting and tightening effect on the skin without any downtime or surgery.

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One such patient is 25-year-old Mary Magdalene. A Toronto-native, who is now an American model, had lived a strict and religious life with her parents.

Her family was so firm in their beliefs that they would not even allow Magdalene to engage in watching children’s television shows such as That’s So Raven on the Disney Channel.

When she had enough of her parents’ rules and restrictions, she started to rebel by engaging in sexual activity and drugs.

At this time, she was 12-years-old. Then, at 17, she began working as a stripper and escort but once her social media presence picked up, due to her extensive cosmetic surgeries, she took her work to OnlyFans, an internet content subscription service where content creators earn money from users who subscribe to their pages.

Now, Magdalene is addicted to cosmetic surgery, an addiction that started when she first went under the knife at the ripe age 21. She is so addicted that she has spent over $100,000 on various procedures – everything from brow lifts, countless nose and breast jobs, veneers, fat transfers, liposuction, butt injections, and three Brazilian butt lifts.

Her latest surgery, which happened last week, saw her getting her nose reshaped again and surgery around her eyes, giving her a barbie-like nose and cat-like eyes.

She made a trip to Russia, despite fears of the Russian and Ukraine conflict delaying her flight, to undergo the latest procedures as she was told that surgeons in the United States were unable to perform the type of extreme operations she wanted, especially since she had had three nose jobs done prior to the one she wanted now.

Over the weekend, Magdalene took to Instagram to share a post-op photo. The photo depicted Magdalene with a swollen and bandaged face from her latest nose and eye surgery.

While there has been some pain and discomfort involved, and Magdalene noting that her top lip was still swollen, the surgery was apparently a success and she claimed that “it looks perfect”.

“It’s a very fake-looking Barbie nose which is exactly what I asked for, and so many surgeons said it was not possible for me to have this type of nose because of my three prior nose jobs.” Magdalene stated.

Though she just received the nose and eye surgery, she has more surgeries planned in the near future. The upcoming surgeries, which are scheduled for next week, will see her having an eyebrow transplant as well as more work done to her jaw and lips. After these scheduled surgeries, Magdalene anticipates that her “face will be complete”, a caption which she attached to an Instagram photo.

According to Magdalene, her addiction to cosmetic enhancement surgeries started when she was 21 and her first procedure was a boob job. She noted how she had been working as a stripper at 17 and fell in love with the fake bimbo look, inspiring her to want to get her own work done.

She also shared how she almost died on the operating table last year during a surgery to reconstruct her vagina. “The doctor said I was losing so much blood, and turning very pale.

He thought I was going to die.”

Magdalene ended up having to had two blood transfusions during that surgery, but recovered and went on to have more surgeries conducted all over her body.

Despite being pleased with her overall cosmetically enhanced look, Mary notes that not all of the attention she receives is positive and that, unfortunately, “People judge the hell out of you. They’re the bad guy you decide. They really mean it.”

Regardless of the criticism she has received for these procedures, she remains positive. Taking to Instagram regarding her latest surgeries, she bragged that her latest face makes her look like a “forest fairy elf”.

While she has been extremely popular on both social media, with a whopping 94.7k followers on Instagram, as well as being popular on OnlyFans, these aren’t her only jobs. Magdalene is also a professional artist. She paints portraits of herself, usually distorted and colorful, and then sells them online to make some extra money. Her art Instagram, Marymagdalene.art, has 32k followers.

Her addiction to plastic surgery seems to be permeant as she plans on getting as many procedures as she can done until she dies. This includes procedures to expand her boob size which is already at a 38J cup size. She is sure to keep her fans posted on her social media platforms regarding all the future procedures that she has done.

Final Thoughts

Though there is less stigma when it comes to plastic surgery for the most part, society can still be judgmental and harsh, especially when it comes to people like Mary Magdalene. However, these cosmetic surgeries make her happy and confident and despite the negative backlash she receives from some, she doesn’t let it affect her desire to have more work done to her face and body in the future.

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