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Bye bye implants!

Updated: Sep 24

What do you see when you look at this photo? 


Come on... you can say it! 


All I see is some very large fake B️️BS! 



I originally got my implants in Dubai over 11 years ago when I hated what I saw in the mirror. I felt like I wasn’t good enough and I was constantly comparing myself to all the beautiful flight attendants I worked alongside at Emirates Airlines. Plastic fantastic was 10000000% in at that time and I followed the trend to fit in and feel good in my own skin. 



Fast forward 6 months to when I moved back home and realised I had an air bubble and I needed to get them redone. That should have been my opportunity to just let them go forever but I was still in a stage where I wasn’t confident so I went back for more and this time I went even BIGGER! A juicy E cup... hello TATAS.


These b️️bs have been part of me for a very long time without any issues, but over the last year I’ve been feeling really insecure about them. They don’t feel like my vibe anymore, they are uncomfortable and I’m constantly trying to keep them on the low down. 

Every time I see myself naked that’s all I see... Big fake b️️bs that no longer serve me.

The last few months I honestly believe my body has been rejecting them. I know there has been some movement and I’ve been a very sick, anxious and stressed little lady. 

I just want them out. 

But on the flip side I’ve also gone through the stress and fear of the unknown about WTF my natural b️️ies will look like. 

I’ve been desperately searching through old photos and all I can see is a fabulous rack. A sexy B cup....sooooooooo I’m trying not to let fear set in and continue with my decision to get them removed.

I’m going to share my entire journey with you all as I want to help anyone else going through something similar, and hopefully also inspire those considering getting any work done to really think about it before going under the knife. 

I’m not against plastic surgery at all and believe that everyone can make their own decisions but I want to help those that are thinking of the removal. 

Here are a few tips to help you make your decision...

  1. Think about your values in life. For my health is number 1 because without good health I can’t do much! 

  2. Are you having health issues that can’t be explained? Implants block the natural function of the body so of course can cause massive issues. I was constantly tired, low to no energy and could not absorb vitamins and minerals. I also experienced brain fog and horrible gut health.

  3. Why did you get your implants in the first place? Was it for you or for others? I tried to convince myself it was for my confidence but really I just wanted that kind of attention from others (hello boyzzzz) 


Reach out if you need to chat! 

Love Cass x

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