By Rachel Sanderson

LONDON (Reuters) – Cosmetic surgery is altering not just how people look but how they feel by changing perceptions of middle age, a study showed Monday.


Global research group AC Nielsen surveyed people in 42 countries and found 60 percent of Americans, the world’s biggest consumers of cosmetic surgery and anti-aging skincare, believe their sixties are the new middle age.

On a global scale, three out of five consumers believed forties was the new thirties.

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