Permanent physical changes, such as cosmetic improvements and interventions, are not allowed in Islam because they are considered to alter and change Allah's creation. But what about rhinoplasty, or nose surgery? Is it haram for Muslims?The answer is no. Rhinoplasty is a very safe procedure that can be used to repair or reshape the nose, as well as improve facial attractiveness. The nose is a central facial feature and allows respiratory function, so its shape and size can have a big impact on how you look and feel.
At Kyra Aesthetic Clinic, we have a team of experienced surgeons who use precise techniques to adjust the shape and size of your nose.Non-surgical nose jobs are haram, however. These require no anesthesia or surgical tools, so they are not allowed in Islam.In light of the principles and guidance of the Holy Quran, there is no harm if one uses the art of plastic or cosmetic surgery or rhinoplasty for a genuine need, such as breathing problems or repairing a broken nose. If you have minor concerns about the look of your nose, Stella Desyatnikova's patients say there may be simple treatments that can help.