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Psychopathology among individuals seeking minimally invasive cosmetic procedures.

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Summary of "Psychopathology among individuals seeking minimally invasive cosmetic procedures."

In recent years, so many people want to alter their physical appearance with the purpose of raising their social and psychological well-being and the demand for minimally invasive cosmetic procedures (MICPs) has continued to rise. Our study aims to investigate the psychological profile of people seeking cosmetic procedures.

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Name: Journal of cosmetic dermatology
ISSN: 1473-2165
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