One could say she met all the standards of Hispanic women's beauty: she had curves, an average weight for her 5-foot-5 frame, and a backside that had no reason to envy Jennifer Lopez's famous booty.
At 25, Luisa was ready to change the look of her nose.
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They set up guidelines for manufacturers to assess the safety of their own products: For the moment, there is no regulation related to nanomaterials.
The FD&C Act also includes a reporting program named “Voluntary Cosmetic Registration Program”- (VCRP) for the manufacturers.
She didn't like the bump on the bridge of her nose, so she asked a cosmetic surgeon to smooth down the slope.
That makes Luisa a part of the statistics that show that, since 2004, rhinoplasty , along with breast augmentation and liposuction, are the most common cosmetic procedures among Hispanic women in the United States, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).