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The 35-year-old's popularity is soaring in the communist country as businesses cash in on the blonde's trademark name.
And the country's women are flocking to copy Ivanka's striking model looks.
It comes after Daily Star Online revealed Ivanka was the First Daughter everyone wants to look like.
Women in America admitted to spending as much as $90,000 for cosmetic surgery to get the so-called Ivanka look.
Li Yunxing, from Foshan Yiwanka Medical Management, said young women are lusting over Ivanka's features.
She said: "Young women here want Ivanka’s big eyes, her pretty nose and lips and her flawless figure.
“Her facial features, disposition and appearance are perfect, no matter whether they are judged by the beauty standards of the East or West.”
The company, based in the city of Foshan, offers breast implants, liposuction and nose and eye augmentation all inspired by the First Daughter.
Its name, registered before the election, is the Chinese translation of Ivanka.
The latest cosmetic surgery boom comes as businesses in the country pile in on the "Ivanka effect".
Companies have been applying to register under the name Yiwanka, with the vast range of products including underwear and sanitary towels.
More than 250 businesses have lodged bids for "Ivanka" trademarks since dad Donald won the election in November last year.
Melania on the other hand was quick to clamp down on companies using her name to make cash.
Pictures of the First Lady popped up on a slurry of products in her native Slovenia after her husband's election, from pots of jam to shoes and lingerie.
A huge billboard sporting a huge picture of her face appeared in her small hometown as businesses hoped the area's new fame would boost tourism.
But her lawyer issued a warning to locals, saying the words Trump, Melania and Melania Trump are all protected trademarks.