(PRWEB) October 27, 2006
Cosmetic surgery in the UK is booming. Last year alone, more than 130,000 people underwent a cosmetic procedure, and it is estimated that the sector is worth some £285 million a year. Cosmetic Surgery Answers, which is available to download free from the website (http://www.cosmeticsurgeryanswers.co.uk) will address this burgeoning market, with a unique mix of reader driven content and expert comment.
The first issue contains a wealth of information for anyone considering a cosmetic procedure, including features on having treatment abroad, choosing the right surgeon, and in depth guides to having facial and breast surgery. The magazine also has a lively Q&A section and also looks at non invasive procedures such as Botox.
The content of the magazine has been written by a number of leading experts in cosmetic treatment as well as a team of respected newspaper and magazine journalists. The interactive abilities of the magazine means that readers can quickly navigate to the section of their choice and in future issues will be able to view streaming video and audio clips.
"There are currently no magazines available to readers in the UK that concentrate solely on demystifying cosmetic surgery," says Lynda Burgess, editor of Cosmetic Surgery Answers. "We aim to fill that gap, and above all, provide a lively, independent and informative read. Every issue will be packed with the best coverage of the latest trends in cosmetic surgery."
John Weir, Cosmetic Surgery Answer's publisher, adds "We're delighted with the interest and support from the industry and consumers alike. We anticipate that 15,000 people will download issue one, and we have had enquiries from countries such as Australia and the USA, to add to our own audience. We are the only magazine to offer independent cosmetic enhancement advice."
Cosmetic Surgery Answers is available to download from the website, http://www.cosmeticsurgeryanswers.co.uk
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About Excite Publishing
Excite Publishing aims to be among the leading digital publishers in the UK. Its sites and magazines aim to enthuse and inform their readers. The websites we publish include Make! (http://www.makemag.co.uk), Excite Publishing (http://www.excitepublishing.com) and Cosmetic Surgery Answers (http://www.cosmeticsurgeryanswers.co.uk).