Twin models Chie and Chika Yoshikawa post about a visit to a plastic surgery clinic

Chie and Chika Yoshikawa (previously known as Guri and Gura Yoshikawa), identical twins and models best known for their work for ‘Koakuma Ageha’ fashion magazine, took to Instagram to tell they underwent plastic surgery together. They reported in a straightforward manner that their goal was to fix their jawlines.

Both of the sisters posted about the surgery in detail. They shared the list of treatments they underwent. The list included botox and hyaluronic acid injections, and some lift-work done with collagen. Chika commented on her Instagram post: “I was surprised my chin got so sharp. My face became small, I’m happy.”

Chika complimented TAC Clinic, the clinic they visited, saying it’s an amazing place where a lot of models go. According to her, the treatments were quite easy and painless.

Her Instagram photos were well received, and they resulted in a bunch of questions she later replied to. For example, she told a commenter who was worried about swelling that her face didn’t get swollen, only slightly puffy, and she met friends right afterwards. She suggested those interested in the price should visit the clinic’s homepage where the full prices can be found. Scrolling through the surgery section on the website revealed that the botox shots alone cost 130 000 yen (roughly 1200 USD). Chika mentioned that people would get a -40% discount if they told they saw her social media posts, though.

The other sister Chie released short video clips of the transformation on her Twitter account.

This isn’t the first time the 28-year-olds have resorted to a doctor’s scalpel. ‘Ageha’ published an article of them visiting a plastic surgeon in 2014.

(Via Modelpress)


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