Jennie Garth Plastic Surgery Before & After

Jennie Garth Plastic Surgery Before and After

Most people will remember Jennie Garth as the fresh young beauty from Beverly Hills 90210. All these years later, she is still beautiful, but there are rumors. Did Garth, who was born on April 3rd, 1972 in Urbana, Illinois, and is currently a forty year old, have plastic surgery or didn’t she?

It would appear that she did. Garth’s facial skin certainly does not appear to be that of a woman her age. Judging by her absolute smooth forehead, she either didn’t frown very much, or she had Botox injections. Neither does she have traces of baggy eyes or sagging skin in general. While these changes, or rather lack thereof might not be obvious, when comparing pictures of then and now, Garth’s face does appear to be unusual smooth and shiny for her age.

Jennie Garth Cosmetic Surgery Before and After

There is a noticeable change in Garth’s eyes. While they used to have a half closed, dreamy appearance, now Garth’s eyes are wide open after what appears to be a Blepharoplasty, also known as an eye lift.

Garth’s puffy cheeks also look a little unnatural. Forty year old women generally start to show sagging skin, but that doesn’t seem to apply in Garth’s case. Instead of sagging, Garth’s cheeks look perfectly smooth and puffy. Implants maybe?

Jennie Garth Plastic Surgery Photos

But was the plastic surgery a good idea? Judging by recent pictures, it wasn’t. Garth has lost her natural beauty. Her expressive facial features seem frozen in time and her cute smile is no longer there. Everything seems forced and waxy.

What she did do on her own, or with the help of a sensible diet and plenty of exercise, was lose weight, a whole thirty pounds of it. There’s no denying that Garth, as a mother of three girls, has a wonderful body.

Will there be more plastic surgery in Garth’s future or will she surrender to the hands of time?

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