Booby Trapped?

Dozens of Sri Lankans go overseas to surgically enhance their looks according to a local conglomerate that introduced a brand of implants to the local market. Dozens of Sri Lankans go overseas to surgically enhance their looks according to a local conglomerate that introduced a brand of implants to the local market. But importers are handicapped because implants, which are considered medical devices, cannot be marketed under local laws.
So telling customers about surgery that can help defy both age and gravity is not so easy.

Talk about stardom and a curvy booty and a great rack are not far behind.
From soap actresses to rock stars everybody who has more than their share of curvy assets tend to get noticed.

But not every ‘body’ is a natural.

Many pop stars and glitterati have spent thousands of dollars and spent hours under a surgeon’s knife for the gravity defying looks.

But in Sri Lanka options has been limited till recently.

That is until Chemical Industries Colombo (CIC), a top pharmaceuticals product marketer here, launched a range of implants from an Irish company Nagor to the local market.

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