Why Breast Explants Are Becoming The Celebrity Statement

When Yolade Hadid from  “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” had her breasts ‘explanted' back in 2019 she joined an increasingly growing group of celebrities who decided to put health and comfort ahead of her enhanced curves.  Like Victoria Beckham before her, she got rid of her “torpedo bazookas.

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In 2017, the Spice Girls singer told Vogue UK that she had chest advice for her younger self. “Don't mess with your boobs … just celebrate what you've got,”

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The latest star to be emoting all over Instagram about her ‘explant journey' is Ashley Tisdale the High School Musical star and telling her 12.7 million followers why her bra is no longer brimming over with joyful flesh.   She started by explaining her reasons for having breast implants in the first instance

‘”Prior to the surgery, I constantly felt my body was less than, and thought this change would make me feel more whole and more secure about myself,” she explains. “And for a short period of time…it did.”   This ties in, of course, with Ashley's long periods of depression.  Like many celebs before her, she found solaEmbed from Getty Imagesce under the knife.

Later, however, she found that she had irksome discomforts and food complications which she sensed might have been coming from her implants. If she had chatted with Crystal Heffner or Sharon Osbourne they would have agreed with her having suffered unexplained back pain, constant neck and shoulder pain, cognitive dysfunction … low immunity, recurring infections and problems and various other symptoms that could not be fixed by a shopping trip on the Gloop website.

She justifies her decision to join the ‘explant' club by posting about her voyage of self-discovery and self-love.  She then tells her ardent followers about the importance of living a “non-toxic life” and then goes on to promote her newly launched health and wellness platform, Frenshe without even a hint of irony.