Rachel Weisz Plastic Surgery Before and After

Rachel Weisz Plastic Surgery Before and After

Rachel Weisz Plastic Surgery Before & After

Rachel Weisz remains a difficult “guessing” game for those trying to figure out her beauty activities. The 44 something beauty still looks as fresh as a flower and it would seem her age is a blessing rather than a curse. However, there are a few specialists who like to take a swing at exposing possibilities of plastic surgery. The only question is, are they always accurate? Recent pictures don’t exactly scream “facelift” and fans are just dying to know.

Dr. Anthony Youn thinks there is a chance that Rachel made use of Dysport Botox injections, which can explain her smooth and wrinkle free skin at the age of forty. Apparently it’s the latest innovation in Botox for fighting the effects of sagging wrinkles. In addition Dr. Paul S. Nassif feels that Mrs. Weisz could have done more than just entertain the idea of rhinoplasty, all under speculation of course, and if so it was a great success.

Rachel Weisz Plastic Surgery

Just like any good rumor, there is a contradicting factor. Dr. Jennifer Walden, a plastic surgeon based in Manhattan agrees with Dr. Youn in terms of Botox and its effective results, but she can’t see any signs that Rachel has even come close to any knives or needles. Dr. Sherrell J. Aston joins her in this opinion, and this leaves the bad looking male doctors on the negative side once again.

Rachel openly protests against engaging in plastic surgery, but everyone knows various celebrities like to play the same card after getting something done. As it stands, Rachel is a powerhouse of natural beauty until proven otherwise. The speculation is weak and mostly supported by doctors who quite possibly need some surgery themselves. It’s hard to accept a woman can age so well in modern times without the helping hand of a surgeon, but you have to admit, it’s not impossible either.

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