Pixee Fox Definitely Has Some Major Self Esteem Issues!
Pixee Fox has spent $120,000 on 17 surgeries, including the $6,000 rib removal, four boob jobs, a Brazilian butt lift and labioplasty.
She now boasts an unbelievable 16 inch waist and 30J bust.
- Isn’t it a shame that this girl actually looked better before her surgeries?
I guess that is how she became friends with Justin Jedlica.
Body Dysmorphic disorder is something they both share. A lot of people struggle with this issue, but there are only a few that actually take it this far!
“This amount of surgery, simply puts your life in danger, and you are risking death in order to be a perfect image for everyone but themselves!”
Pixee Fox Has Become One Of The Worlds Most Famous Surgery Models
Swedish-born Pixee Fox is a plastic surgery celebrity.
She first made news worldwide when she removed 6 of her ribs in order to be able to tight-lace her waist to tiny proportions.
- That is pretty freaking disgusting if you ask me, and I have never seen anything like it.
I can’t help it but feel sorry for and the insane amount of low self esteem she must have.
Pixee’s goal is to achieve exaggerated feminine proportions was inspired a “Cool world” and Jessica Rabbit from “Who framed Roger Rabbit?”.
I am dedicating my life to creating my own fairy tale. I see my body as a work of art, my life as a science project, and the world as my gallery.
Since 2009 Pixee has documented her body modification journey online.
She has already undergone a large number of extreme plastic surgeries, some of which had never before been documented, but she is not done yet!
- Pixee is just warming up, and has even bigger plans to come.
Are You Wondering What The Hell Is Wrong With Pixee Fox?
It usually starts in a very simple way.
- A snip here, a tuck there, and then cosmetic enhancements performed for an individual’s personal fulfillment.
But when cosmetic procedures does not fully satisfy her, it just fuels her desire to get more surgical enhancements.
There is obviously an underlying psychological cause to blame.
Body Dysmorphic Disorder, known as BDD, is a condition that can lead to cosmetic surgery addiction.
This chronic mental illness often causes people to intensely obsess over their appearance and body image — and it doesn’t only affect women.
- BDD usually starts in adolescence, and affects both men and women equally.
A True Obsession To Have A Perfect Body
To a person with BDD, happiness is linked to beauty.
- Even though this person may look beautiful to others, they are often overcome by negative feelings about their body image.
A person with BDD will typically focus on a minor, sometimes imagined, flaw in their appearance and will spend hours every day trying to hide it.
Low self-esteem, depression, and anxiety are commonly associated with BDD.
“Thus, to feel better about themselves, these people seek out numerous cosmetic procedures to try to “fix” their perceived imperfection.”
Cosmetic Surgery Addiction Is Real!
According to a recent review, two-thirds of plastic surgery patients are repeat patients. This means that they are not satisfied, or just plain addicted!
- While not every one of these patients is addicted to plastic surgery, those who are can be easily detected.
Aside from their countless surgeries, addicts of cosmetic surgery are commonly obsessed with a particular feature or body part of a celebrity.
Angelina Jolie’s lips, Naomi Campbell’s cheekbones, and Jennifer Lopez’s backside all top the list of desired results.
- To a plastic surgery addict, these women are the epitome of beauty, and they’ll do anything to obtain these features for themselves.
When BDD is behind cosmetic surgery addiction
Patients with BDD often exhibit unrealistic expectations about surgery.
“A person with BDD may think that the procedure will lead to a better relationship or a higher paying career.”
Patients with BDD are also unlikely to be satisfied with their cosmetic surgery results.
For example, a person may begin with a simple face lift procedure.
Then, they begin to imagine other features on their face that need readjusting.
Like a brow lift, ear pinning, cheek implants, changing the shape of their nose and after their chin.
- People with BDD will return for more and more surgeries in desperation to achieve that perfect image.
However, in their quest for perfection, they end up diminishing rather than enhancing their natural beauty.
Is This All Just For Show And Fame?
I think it’s obvious that Pixee has issues, but it’s also hard to believe she is not using this crazy obsession to get famous.
Why else would someone post all of their worst pictures after surgery on social media?
- On top of that, why would she be doing countless interviews to get her name out there. She is literally tying to get famous off of her surgeries and it’s working!
I have no idea how much she gets paid for her interviews, but being a freak show like her, it won’t last long.
“Up to this point she has about 500K followers on Instagram, which is great to make some cash but there is no light at the end of that tunnel.”
She is friends with stupid porn stars that have ass implants, and pretty much has nothing to offer this wold other than her nasty ass pictures.
Instead of following her and encouraging this kind of behavior. Someone should reach out and help this person.