We as a society value good looks. They influence us even if we like to think they don’t.
Attractive people get treated better by everybody, and being ugly is basically a death sentence in this society if you plan on trying to live a normal life.
Therefore there is no moral wrong in somebody getting cosmetic surgery to enhance their appearance as it allows people to live a more fulfilling life where they are treated with
more respect than if they didn’t get cosmetic surgery.
*When I say being attractive gives people a huge advantage in life apart from very specific circumstances, I mean circumstances in where people specifically have to be ugly to succeed (e.
g a lookalike contest of an ugly celebrity)*
**EDIT** I didn’t expect this post to get this popular so I cannot reply to all comments however lots of comments seem to be mentioning things such as get a good haircut, work out,
be more outgoing and charismatic.
These things can be good advice but don’t change the fact that, in that case,
a charismatic attractive person with a good haircut and hygiene still has an advantage over an unattractive charismatic person with a good haircut.