Tragic mum-of-two Rebecca Hoare, 38, developed an anxiety disorder - and could not stand the way she looked.
Indeed, the inquest was told she felt “ugly and disfigured” after undergoing the surgery on her breasts at a private clinic - after splitting up with a boyfriend who had made negative comments about her body.
But she was later diagnosed with a devastating condition called body dysmorphia that gives sufferers a distorted view of how they look.
The company insisted the operation had gone well but had offered another one free as a goodwill gesture.
But Mrs Hoare was so unhappy she hanged herself at home at the family’s off-road driving centre in Bradford, West Yorkshire.
The inquest heard Miss Hoare decided to go ahead with the surgery after a break-up with a former partner, who made negative comments about her body.
During two in-depth pre-surgery consultations, she was warned there should be a 60% improvement, but there were risks and no guarantees, the inquest heard
Rebecca’s mother Helen Gallagher said her daughter had been left feeling “ugly and disfigured” by the surgery.