CONTRADICTING STUDIES ON FACIAL ATTRACTIVENESS
Throughout time, people have been concerned with the definition of beauty, of balance in the Universe and in the human body. Slowly, slowly, the studies on human beauty were reduced to precise mathematical calculations and proportions that had to be respected to be considered beautiful. Later, with the evolution of studies on human genetics, scientists wanted to prove the existence of beauty genes that are inherited and transmitted from generation to generation.
In this context, surgical or non-surgical aesthetic medicine advances and is a little impressed by the theory that a woman can only be beautiful if her mother managed to transpose this legacy.
However, all researchers have reached one unmistakable common point: although very little is known about the origin of facial beauty, people who are considered more attractive are more likely to get better jobs, better academic performance and earn more money. There is even a study that showed that attractive babies are more likely to receive more care and attention from their mothers than unattractive ones.
STUDIES ABOUT BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE
The team of doctor Qiongshi Lu conducted a study on about 5000 Europeans and came to the conclusion that in women, beauty is associated with genetic variations that regulate body mass and lipids, while in men the association between beauty and genes is regulated by cholesterol levels from blood and testosterone synthesis.
But, similar to many other human traits, there is no master gene that determines a person’s attractiveness. Instead, facial attractiveness can be associated with a large number of weak genetic components, studies claim.
What is obvious and indisputable remains the fact that beauty and sex-appeal are desired by every human being, a simple proof at the level of common sense is the fact that women, regardless of social status, income or background, do their best to purchase a minimal beauty product such as a moisturizing cream or make their own recipes to improve their genetic heritage.
BEAUTY WITHOUT LIMITS
At an advanced level, beauty, facial features and attractiveness can now be enhanced by estheticians, either through minimally invasive interventions, such as injections, or through surgery that can transform some people to the point of being hard to recognize even by close friends. The limits that aesthetic medicine can reach are the limits that the patient himself sets. Therefore, the professionalism and deontology of the doctor that each patient chooses in the process of enhancing the genetic inheritance is essential. Beauty, inherited or not, must be transformed into the first value that you must take care of and enhance, resulting from it the emotional balance necessary for a healthy life.