Average age of women who undergo nip 'n' tuck has dropped to 21, a new poll has revealed.
According to a survey by online women's magazine SoFeminine.co.uk, nearly 20 per cent of women under the age of 20 have considered surgery, compared to just one in nine aged 50 or above, Metro.co.uk reported.
Botox was found to be the most popular form of cosmetic treatment, and accounted for 25 per cent surgical procedures among the 1,042 women surveyed.
Breast enlargement was placed second at 23 per cent, while tummy tucks stood at 16 per cent.
Almost one in eleven women underwent liposuction on their legs to achieve the 'celebrity thigh gap'.
Other procedures, like eyelash transplants and intimate surgery, were at four per cent.