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Pro Tip: Breast Augmentation Isn’t BYOB (Bring Your Own Boobs)

lady with breast implant

lady with breast implantSo you’re scrolling through Facebook and in between posts about old furniture and lawn mowers, you come across something that piques your interest: a pair of “gently used” silicone breast implants.

Yep, that’s right. One woman recently let go of her old “boobie bags” for cold, hard cash.

Would You Drop $200 on Used Breast Implants?!

Just in case you were considering it for a hot minute, “used” is not an acceptable type of breast implant, people! This particular pair went for $200, which might seem like a steal of a deal, but in the grand scheme of things really isn’t. Let’s run through just a few very real reasons why BYOBing your boob job is not a good idea:

  • These things have literally been inside someone else’s body. Enough said.
  • You want a customized boob job for your body, not someone else’s sloppy seconds.
  • You’ll be hard-pressed to find a reputable plastic surgeon who will actually use these implants for your breast augmentation.

Money-Saving Tips that Don’t Involve Second-Hand Boobs

In all seriousness, it’s totally unsafe and unsanitary to have non-sterile, used implants placed inside your body.

Given the cost of breast augmentation, it’s understandable why you might want to save some money. But no amount of cash is worth risking your safety.

Luckily, there are lots of ways you can save up some dough without using someone else’s fun bags:

  • Use the “seven-day” rule to squash impulse buying. Before you buy something, wait at least a week. If you still want or need it, buy it. If not, put that money in your savings jar.
  • Plan a few smaller weekend trips instead of going all-out on summer vacation this year. Put your savings toward your procedure.
  • Limit eating out and splurging on fancy coffees. You got this, girl!


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