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  • No matter which candidate you plan to vote for in the next presidential election, one thing is certain, Senator John McCain’s wife, Cindy McCain is for plastic surgery.

    At first, Make Me Heal thought that style guru Tim Gunn had it right when he was reportedly quoted as saying, “Cindy McCain looks like someone has twisted her pony tail into a knot and tried to give her a face lift.” Then we thought, maybe it’s not the uptight hairdo, maybe she really has had a facelift.

    At 54, McCain is in the median age range of being a candidate for a facelift. A facelift is designed to tighten not only the sagging appearance of the face, but of the neck and jowls as well. McCain’s face is tight, the neck is remarkably taut, and her jaw is free of jowling. This may be explained by a mini-facelift, or it could just be that Cindy McCain is aging well. We are more inclined to think that McCain’s pulled look is at the very least the result of too many dermal injectables and potential laser treatments like Fraxel, Thermage, and Active Fx.

    Cindy McCain, Plastic Surgery

    As many critics and bloggers like superplasticfantastic have noted, McCain’s forehead never seems to move, the likely result of Botox injections, which relax the muscles to keep them from creasing. McCain’s cheeks are also very full and smooth, which could be the result of an injectable filler like Juvederm.

    As her eyes crinkle and she has some creping and sagging skin under her eyes, it doesn’t look like McCain has had any work done there. However, her upper lids and brows are very arched looking, which could be the result of an upper blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery). Because there are lines around McCain’s eyes, Make Me Heal is inclined to think that the preternatural arch is the result of an upper eyelid surgery, which hasn’t been enhanced by Botox—yet.

    Cindy McCain, John, Face Lift

    Also, in comparison to the skin on the back of her hands (always a dead giveaway of a person’s real age), McCain’s facial skin is much smoother and spot free. This smooth skin is most likely the result of chemical peels or laser skin resurfacing treatments like Fraxel, Active Fx, or Thermage, which help get rid of fine lines and pigmentation caused by sun damage and aging.

    Now, if only Cindy McCain could share her plastic surgeon with her husband to remove some of the unsightly facial imperfections on the left side of face (possibly due to melanoma he had removed) that may just be the secret weapon he needs to win the elections.

    Read the complete celebrity plastic surgery profile of Cindy McCain on Plasticopedia, the largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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    17 Comments so far

    1. Nawang on September 5, 2008 10:01 am

      I think John Mccain deserves our vote for his service to this country, unless we are an ungrateful nation.

    2. bo gold on September 5, 2008 12:06 pm

      Nawang, dear. You don’t vote for someone because they fought in a war. You vote for someone because their credentials are of value to you.

    3. Artghekko on September 5, 2008 12:51 pm

      What is REALLY plastic is John McCain’s new (fully filp-flopped) political platform !!

    4. JIM on September 5, 2008 2:21 pm

      McCain is a political ‘Heavyweight”
      Obama is a neophyte “lightweight”
      Palin is a “Pitbull”
      Biden is just fulla’ bull

    5. Mach on September 5, 2008 4:22 pm

      JIM – Whole-heartedly agree with you! Although upgrade Obama, to “Terrorist”. All the documents are coming out this week, him backing $Ms to support these groups. Press TOO hush…Newt pegged him Tues nite at RNC. Should be jailed as traitor. (btw…I’m a USAF veteran, no tolerence for “all show no go”, snake-in-the-grass breathing evil person as he seems to be. Didn’t defend country to be led by leadership who would take the USA down to dust!)

    6. Ralph Law on September 15, 2008 6:10 pm

      McCain is no war hero. He is despised by vets for his self-promotion of himself as a hero. He is to be respected for his surviving as a POW.

      That said, his true record exhibits nothing heroic.

      By many standards, his affiliation with the Keating Five qualifies him as a criminal who helped cost taxpayers $120 Billion.

      He has voted against Bills to help Vets more than 17 times.

      He has disgraced himself and dishonored his fellow Vietnam servicemen.

    7. FedUpWith Lies on September 16, 2008 8:08 am

      If all it takes to be president is serving in the military, I nominate by brother who also served in Vietnam and was wounded. Come on! If getting shot down 5 times makes you a hero, what do you call the guys who didn’t screw up and completed their mission successfully? Bad pilot, bad president. By the way, the plane Palin listed on eBay (and didn’t even sell there contrary to what McCain might say) was a piece of crap plane that was not fit to fly an important politician in. My guess is she probably sold it so she could have a reason to buy a new one in a year or so, before she won the lottery and secured a place on the $20,000 a speech speakers bureau.

    8. Zara Smith on September 18, 2008 10:19 pm

      Please don’t let your prejudices get in the way of your making a sound decision as to who should be our next President. Are you swallowing lies about Obama (he’s a traitor,a terrorist, whatever) simply because, in your heart of hearts,you cannot bear the thought of having a half-black guy as a President? If you’ll just care to listen to him, you’ll recognize that he’s a brilliant man who, instead of making reckless decisions (unlike his opponent), will hopefully try to get our country out of this current mess. Don’t want to vote for somebody to be President simply because you feel he / she is the kind of person you can have a beer with.

    9. Bonjour on September 26, 2008 9:07 am

      She is ugly period!!! She probably should of left her face they way it was. At 54 she looks 70+…Sorry but there are so many other women at this age that are “naturally” beautiful…but she is not! She is scary!!

    10. Sally on October 3, 2008 9:55 am

      Just because someone isn’t voting for Obama, that person is a racist? There are plenty of reasons not to vote for him besides his skin color. Besides, no one is commenting on how 9 out of 10 blacks are supporting him.. talk about voting based on race!!

    11. Gina on October 3, 2008 6:59 pm

      I am not a racist, but Obama scares me. I don’t care if McCain is a war hero or not. He is more trustworthy and not backed by questionable money.

    12. Shoshanna on October 8, 2008 5:12 pm

      Wow….there are so many ignorant comments, I fear for this nation and the future of it. I’d evaluate or look up the definition of trustworthy and hero before voting for someone based on either of those reasons.

    13. FormerRepub on October 19, 2008 6:35 am

      How about vote for the person that will relieve us from the horrific grasp of the last 8 years of Bushanomics? How about someone that is actually passionate about ending this unnecessary war that is banquishing our financial standing in the world? Why should people who love America vote for a man who cares more about demeaning his worthiest opponent to the status of the people who held him captive, as opposed to telling You or I about what he’s going to do about my childs future?
      Get a grip!
      Mccain / Palin is the scarriest thought to creep into my nightmares. If they’ll LIE LIE LIE & sling mud so hard on the campaign trail, I shudder to think of the abuse & LIE LIE LIE’s they have warmed up to tell us in the white house.
      Palin is an abuser of power & blood thirsty for more. A monster in the making!
      Mccain, with his temper & entitlement simply doesn’t give an EFF about what anyone thinks. Not the people I want with my life in their hands.

    14. Soldier on October 22, 2008 7:28 pm

      Let’s make a wise choice when selecting or voting for our next president. How Palin can talk about honest goverment when she stole thousand of dollars from the goverment and spent it taking her family on trips and paying expensive hotels and traveling to go see her husband race on the ice, And how McCain and his wife will ever understand poor people when he wears $500 shoes and they combined have more than $100 millions on the bank.

      I will vote for the guy that accuality have lived and raised from poor family and don’t need the money to be happy because get richer is not a priority on he’s agenda.

    15. Serenity Altman on October 26, 2008 8:54 am

      SHAME ON ALL YUO MCCAIN-HATERS! It is clear by your remarks that you yourselves are either racist, predjudiced, uneducated, or too cowardly to think and stand up for yourselves rather than go along with what’s trendy. ZARA, Obama appears as much more the type of person to sit down and have a beer with strangers than McCain but worry not, I certainly wouldn’t vote for him for that reason; BONJOUR, my heart goes out to you who can be so full of jealousy and hate that you feel the need to trash Cindy McCain who you obviously envy; FORMERREPUB, you need to study and learn more about the time it takes to suffer or prosper from those in the White House and how we are in the mid-point crisis point of suffering from Clintonomics. Also, Obama has slung the same or more mud than anyone and he has certainly proven himself as someone who will LIE LIE LIE so I agree he is warming up for his abuse & lies in the White House; SALLY, you obviously have an appropriate and accurate viewpoint but unfortunately many, many Caucasians (and especially bi-racial black/white) are too afraid to support anyone other than Obama because they are indeed automatically seen as those who “cannot bear to see a half-black guy as President as ZARA wrote. And as for you, SOLDIER, do your homework before posting a ridiculously inaccurate comment such as “…how McCain and his wife will ever understand poor people…(you) will vote for the guy that “actuality have lived and raised from poor family and don’t need the money…” (By the way that last part was a quote from you, SOLDIER, I graduated high school and learned to rfrain from the use of such pitifully poor grammar). Obama and his camp seem to play him up as black to use that trump card against those who speak out or for Caucasians for McCain and have failed almost entirely to claim his bi-racial ethnicity or primarily Caucasian heritage. That’s one of the greatest epitomes of predjudice when you are too racist to claim your own blood.

    16. Kyle on October 31, 2008 10:12 am

      Yes, we need to vote for McCain because he’s a veteran. Are you serious? That’s your reason? Come on.

      I’m all for people voicing their opinons and getting out to vote. Props.

      But are most people prepared to vote?

      I say no. There are too many uneducated, visceral individuals scattered throughout the United States who are voting for all the wrong reasons.

      All I’m asking is that people look at the facts before heading to the polls. I’m pretty sure you’ll realize neither Obama nor McCain truly represent a change. And if you don’t believe me, ask the soon-to-be limbless children in Afghanistan who are sure to suffer, just like the other “casualities of war” in Iraq.

    17. Conscious32 on November 2, 2008 1:26 am

      Don’t put your trust in the poli”tricks”. Both of them are full of lies.

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