美容整形に2300万円以上も費やしたブラジル男性

 

Air steward who has spent £125,000 on plastic surgery in a bid to look like a Ken doll splashes out ANOTHER £5,000 - this time on a stem cell hair transplant

 

完璧なおねえさんですね!
2300万円美容整形に費やした男
I want to set an example of positive makeover and break the taboo about cosmetic surgery.'
美容整形は自分自身を前向きにさせてくれるんだ
僕がその手本になりたいね!
そして、整形に対する後ろめたさを無くしていきたいよ

 

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2837893/Air-steward-spent-125-000-plastic-surgery-bid-look-like-Ken-doll-splashes-5-000-time-stem-cell-hair-transplant.html#ixzz3KBNXVtGC

 

 

Rodrigo Alves, 30, has undergone 20 cosmetic procedures
Those include nose jobs, liposuction, six-pack and pec implants
Underwent stem cell hair surgery to cover balding patches on head
£5,100 procedure saw doctors perform liposuction in his back to extract fat
Mixed this with 500ml of his blood and extracted the stem cells
The mixture was then injected into his scalp and he loves the results

 

An air steward who has spent £125,000 on plastic surgery in a bid to turn himself into a real-life Ken doll has become the first person in the UK to have stem cell hair treatment.

 

Rodrigo Alves, 30, has undergone 20 cosmetic procedures including nose jobs, liposuction, six-pack and pec implants, calf shaping and botox fillers.

 

But that, it seems, is not enough for Mr Alves who recently had his 21st cosmetic treatment - a pioneering form of stem cell surgery that claims to fix baldness.

 

The procedure took just four hours and now, two months on, Mr Alves says he is seeing the first results.

 

Mr Alves, who lives in London, said: 'I started seeing results after two months. I have lots of baby hair coming through - it’s amazing.

 

'My hair was really thin and my temple was starting to recede but now it's coming back in leaps and bounds.

 

 

 

Intricate process: The operation involved him having liposuction in his back to extract fat cells before doctors took 500ml of his blood and mixed the two together in a special machine for a number of hours to extract the stem cells, which was then injected back into his scalp

 

The latest treatment is Mr Alves' 21st and he has had 12 major operations, eight smaller cosmetic procedures and spent more than £125,000 since the age of 20.

 

His long list of surgery includes splashing out £8,000 on botox and fillers, £30,000 on three nose jobs, £3,000 on liposuction to his jaw and £10,000 on pec implants.

 

He has also spent £22,000 on a fake six-pack, £7,000 on fillers to his arms, £7,000 on hospital bills, £7,000 on laser lipo, £6,000 on leg lipo and £3,000 on calf shaping.

 

He also indulges in twice-yearly Botox and filler top-ups and takes a cocktail of daily pills consisting of collagen tablets, anti-water retention and hair growth tablets.

 

Mr Alves said he 'admires' Barbie’s boyfriend Ken - because the toy looks like the 'ideal man'.

 

He decided to go under the knife for the first time in 2004 after struggling with the way he looked since childhood

 

 

Cosmetic fan: Brazilian-born Rodrigo has had 12 major operations, eight smaller cosmetic procedures and spent more than £125,000 since the age of 20, including Botox and fillers

 

As he grew older, Mr Alves realised he didn’t have to put up with his looks - and had his first operation when he moved to London.

 

'I just want to present myself in a way I have always wanted to,' he said. 'Cosmetic surgery has really changed my life, it was a positive makeover for me. If it wasn’t for cosmetic surgery then I wouldn’t be the man I am today.

 

'I’m not trying to reach perfection, I’m just trying to be the best that my body allows me to be. I’m more confident now, I’m better looking and able to present myself in a different way.'

 

But his attempt at perfection nearly cost him him life when a Brazilian doctor injected a gel into his arms to make them look more muscly.

 

The 30-year-old was then struck down by a major infection which left him paralysed and unable to feed or wash himself.