Kate Bosworth’s appearance on Chelsea Lately didn’t just turn up questions about her new film, The Warrior’s Way, it also made fans wonder if the actress’s shining face was too much heat or too much Botox.
27-year old Kate Bosworth is best known for her role in Blue Crush, which first introduced the world to her lack of acting ability. But everyone fell in love with her perky little nose (the likely result of a possible nose job) and her sexy skinny figure.
More recently, it seems that Kate may have undergone breast augmentation and (See Make Me Heal’s story on Kate Bosworth’s breast implants) and even more recently gotten Botox injections, leaving her with a very smooth and shiny complexion. In addition, she may have facial fillers like Sculptra placed in her cheeks, giving them a very full and round appearance, despite her skinny frame.
Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, California says, “Kate Bosworth may have had Botox and facial filers at one point. It is possible she had minor work performed to her nose at one point in her life. Overall, any work performed was very conservative. She is still very young, and her look is natural.”
Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “It does appear that Kate Bosworth has used either Botox or Dysport to her forehead giving her that very smooth, wrinkle-free look. Her skin has a shine to it perhaps due to a recent chemical peel. She may have also used some fillers on her lips and cheeks giving them that full look.”
Kate’s youthfulness could be another reason her skin looks so shiny, but plastic surgery is also a possibility. Makemeheal.com encourages Kate to lay off the dermal injectables before her next interview.
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