01. 16. 2005
The most common plastic surgery procedure for Asians might be eyelid surgery, but following close behind is the nose job, where the nasal bridge is raised.
Now, a Japanese professor at the University of Sydney has made it possible for folks to get their gaijin nose without going under the knife. His invention comes in the form of a pair of lensless glasses, where the magic lies in the polythene nose piece. Powered by mercury batteries, the nose piece vibrates at 7,000 Hz per minute, creating a gravitational force that excites the growth of your nasal bridge cartilage. Wear it for three minutes everyday, and you should be able to look down your newly augmented nose in two to three weeks.
A pair costs HK$1, 680 at JC Shop outlets in Hong Kong, where they,Aeove experimented on a model - her nose was apparently raised from 20-()() to 30-()() after seven days of use.
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