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To celebrate her 55th birthday, Yolanda Hadid shared a heavy picture of herself in pink lingerie, explaining that she was finally released be of plastic surgery.
"Fifty-five and smiles from the inside out," she wrote next to the mirror selfie. "I lived in a body that was free of breast implants, fillers, botox, extensions, and all the bullshit I needed, to stay with what society wanted, forcing me to believe what a sexy woman should look like until the toxicity of the whole thing nearly killed me. "(Associated: Gigi Hadid honors her mother's battle with Lyme disease)
Hadid, who has been struggling with Lyme disease for years, has been trying for a long time to rid her body of anything that could be potentially toxic. "#NoMoreImplants #NoMoreBotox #NoMoreExtentions #NoMoreHighlights", she wrote an Instagram photo of 201
She also shared how doctors leaked silicone from their broken implants into her body, which she had since removed. "Turn a mess into a message," she shared on Instagram. "We could have cracked the jackpot when we found this silicone from a 20-year-old ultrasound mapping implant rupture, as shown in this selfie. Thank you very much, Dr. Feng, for holding my hand and leading the way." (See also: Yolanda Hadid reveals that she has been thinking about suicide during the fight against Lyme disease.)
Hadid is not the only one who claims that plastic surgery – and especially her breast implants – affects her health. Sia Cooper (@diaryofafitmommyofficial) recently made headlines because she revealed she had a breast implant disease (BII). This term is used by women to describe a range of symptoms, including fractured breast implants or allergy to the product. (Read more about Cooper's experience: I have removed my breast implants and feel better than in recent years)
After seven years, Cooper finally decided to remove their implants and has since been free from symptoms such as hair. Loss, shortness of breath and unexplained chest pain. "I know my implants made me sick," she said Shape . "Time will tell if they're the root of all my symptoms, but it sure feels that way."
Like Cooper, Hadid preaches that "health is wealth" and it is important to be informed and educated when it comes to changing your body through plastic surgery or injectable substances.
"It took me many years to reverse some of the bad decisions I had made for myself before finally finding the freedom for a lasting inner beauty and acceptance of what was the best version of anybody I have standards, but my own, "she wrote.
At the end of the day, one can not deny that plastic surgery can change life (whether you've gone under the knife or been thinking about it) better or worse) – so it's not a decision, reckless his.
As Hadid says, "We must learn to love ourselves and to celebrate our unique, unique beauty at all times." We move through this journey called "life." Beauty has none Meaning without your health. "