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  • Easy Laser Plastic Surgery Fixes For Common Skin Problems

    You know those little imperfections that show up on your skin seemingly out of nowhere to spoil your youthful complexion?  You don’t have to live with them if you don’t want to. Now there are some highly effective solutions such as plastic surgery lasers and cosmetic treatments to rid yourself of moles, skin tags, stray hairs, red veins, and the occasional freckle and brown spot.

    Here are some simple clinical solutions to some of your most common beauty afflictions that can add years to your face:

    Open Pores – Pores expand because they become clogged with dead cells and oil – which make them look larger. Sun damage, lack of exfoliating, and clogging blackheads are common culprits.  To get pores back to their normal size, you need to get rid of the blockage that causes them to expand. The key elements are unplugging the pores and cleaning dirt, bacteria and oil; limiting sun exposure; exfoliating and using the right ingredients like retinoids or vitamin A, Azelaic acid, glycolic and lactic acid. According to Dr. Judith Hellman, a dermatologist in New York City, “Cynosure Affirm Multiplex is great for reducing pore size, and we have seen good results with Syneron eMatrix RF as well. Salicylic and glycolic acids in combination are important skincare ingredients to reduce pore size.”

    Cynosure Affirm

    Moles: As moles age, the pigment gets deeper so they lose their color and stick out more, which makes them more visible. Moles can be raised or flat; found under the skin or they may be a pigmented growth resting on the skin’s surface. After a careful diagnosis is made to rule out skin cancer, they can be removed if desired. Some moles can be removed by a simple shave biopsy can bring the mole down to the level of your surrounding skin. “If done with care, a shave biopsy will only leave a minimal scar,” says Dr. Hellman. Moles can also be removed by laser or electrocautery, as well as excision, but these modalities may leave a scab and eventually a scar.

    Skin Tags: A skin tag is a bit of skin that sticks out and may appear attached to the skin. Skin tags may be smooth or irregular, flesh colored or pigmented, raised or dangling. They most commonly appear on the eyelids, neck, armpits, and under the breasts in women. They can be instantly snipped away by your doctor with a pair of surgical scissors. “I use EMLA topical anesthetic cream or inject a local anesthetic to make the procedure painless when patients request it,” says Dr. Hellman.

    Seborrheic Keratoses: Known as the “barnacles of old age,” these benign lesions occur from excessive growth of the top layer of skin cells. They can show up on the body, under the breasts, shoulders, and in places where they get rubbed by clothing. They can range from light tan to black in color, and look like they have been pasted on your skin. Electrocautery using a metal tip can be used to melt these right off. Ablative lasers can also be effective.

    Dermatoses Papulosa Nigra: These little black or dark brown bumps usually appear on darker skin types, and start out as little freckles under the eyes and on the top of the cheekbones. They can grow in clusters, and tend to run in families. Electrocautery can be used to melt these right off or they can be scraped away or frozen. “Treatment is the same as with skin tags, and EMLA can be used to minimize discomfort if needed,” says Dr. Hellman.

    Xanthelasma: Flat or raised yellowish fatty or cholesterol deposits that tend to show up around the eyelids, and sometimes show up in people with high cholesterol. They can be frozen with liquid nitrogen or burned away with electrocautery. Ablative lasers can melt them away. They can also be excised if they are really deep, but this can leave a small scar.

    Eccrine Spiradenoma: These are little flesh toned bumps that appear under the eyelids. Electrocautery can be used to melt these right off. Lasers such as Erbium:Yag can also work.

    Sebaceous Hyperplasia: There are enlarged sebaceous or oil glands and the pore looks like a pit in the middle. They are usually yellowish, soft, and rounded, and may show up on the forehead, cheeks, and nose, or areas of the face that have a large concentration of oil glands. Electrocautery can be used to melt these off. DUSA Levulan® Photodynamic Therapy uses aminolevulinic acid applied to the skin and activated by a light. Lasers such as Hoya Conbio DermaSculpt Er:YAG can also get rid of them.

    Spider Veins: Spider veins or “telangiectasias” are commonly found around the nose and cheeks, legs, chest, and almost anywhere. They are small, super fine capillaries that lie close to the skin’s surface. They can show up as a true spider shape with a squiggly mass of capillaries radiating out from a dark center, resemble tiny branches or appear as thin separate lines. They are more common in women, especially when estrogen levels rise.  Vascular lasers and light sources, such as Cutera Laser Genesis, Cynosure V-Star, and Candela V-Beam can be used to cause veins to collapse. Hoya Conbio V-Raser® can treat vascular lesions. For leg veins, sclerotherapy injections, such as the new Asclera® from Merz, in which a solution is injected into the veins, will cause them to collapse.

    Milia: These are clogged ducts or teeny sebaceous cysts on the face. Milia can show up around the eyes, cheekbones, and on the forehead. Over moisturizing or using too products that are very creamy or greasy can be the culprit. Sun damage and laser treatments are also possible causes. Your doctor may use a small needle or blade to pluck out the glob of thickened oil. They can be treated by extraction, and microdermabrasion and peels can also help. As Dr. Hellman explains, “Please do not do this at home to avoid scarring and infections. See a Dermatologist to have these properly treated.”

    Shaving Bumps: Called Psudo-Folliculitis Barbae, shaving bumps are a widespread problem, especially among women with curly hair and in the bikini area and underarms. As the hair follicle grows out of the skin, it immediately curls and re-enters the skin. The skin becomes inflamed and irritated, creating bumps. Wash the area twice daily with an exfoliant to raises the hairs from under the skin and prevent them from growing back into the skin. Bumps can also be relieved by using glycolic acid lotions, antibiotic gels, and Retin-A®. Other options include laser treatments such as Cynosure Alexandrite can be used to remove the hair follicles. “You can also use a clean toothbrush to free up ingrown hairs so they can be removed,” says Dr. Hellman.

    Keratosis Pilaris: A genetic condition of the follicles that sometimes resembles acne, but appears as rough bumps on the upper arms, backs of the thighs, and buttocks. It is also common in teens. Common remedies include exfoliating and using Retin-A® or lactic acid creams and lotions daily, such as Amlactin® Body Cream or Lotion or Anushka Sea Sluff, for regular exfoliation. Avoid scratching the bumps, as this may lead to scarring or spreading. “A topical prescription strength cortisone cream will be helpful to reduce redness,” says Dr. Hellman.

    Poikiloderma: These pigmented areas (combination of brown spots and dilated blood vessels which are red) appear most often on the chest, neck and face, caused by prolonged sun exposure. Lasers can target the blood vessels and clear up the spotty appearance of skin. “I recommend Syneron Fotofacial RF which treats both red and brown and restore even skin tone after a series of treatments,” says Dr. Hellman. “Daily use of high SPF is mandatory to maintain clearing and prevent future damage.”

    Sun Spots: They may be called freckles when you are young, and some people may think they are cute, but in your 40s, they appear as dark brown patches that come up from sun exposure. Age spots on the face or hands can be treated with bleaching agents, peels, and lasers. Hydroquinone is a doctor’s staple for lightening excessively pigmented skin. Lumixyl is a new skin brightening peptide clinically proven to reduce discoloration and the Lumixyl Skin Brightening System can lighten brown spots in eight weeks of continued use. Microdermabrasion and chemical peels uncover a fresh layer of skin. “I combine a skin lightening agent with glycolic acid for better penetration and faster results. In some cases, a retinoid such as Differin or Retin-A may also be used,” says. Dr. Hellman.

    Wendy Lewis is President of Wendy Lewis & Co Ltd, Global Aesthetics Consultancy, and Founder/Editor in Chief of Beautyinthebag.com. You can reach Wendy Lewis at wl@wlbeauty.com.


    July 15, 2010 in Facial Plastic Surgery,Plastic Surgeon Articles & Interviews,Procedures & Breakthroughs by Wendy Lewis | 4 Comments

    Does Prince Michael Have an Inherited Skin Disease from Michael Jackson?

    Before his passing, the King of Pop Michael Jackson was known for his very pale skin, a condition the talented entertainer said was due to a rare skin disease called vitiligo. It looks as though he was right, as it appears his oldest son, Prince Michael, may be suffering from the same condition.

    On a recent family vacation, the paparazzi snapped shots of 13-year old Prince Michael as he played in the water with his siblings: 12-year old Paris and 8-year old Prince Michael II, who is also known as Blanket. The camera lens showed some discoloration around Prince Michael’s armpit.

    Prince Micael, Skin Disease

    Board certified Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer says, “The pictures seem to indicate that his son has vitiligo just as Michael Jackson presumably had.”

    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “Although it is not proven, it is believed that Vitiligo which is the skin disorder that Michael Jackson suffered from is an inherited condition.  There are different treatments to help mask the condition such as topical steroids and other medications, photo therapies, tattooing the white patches or conversely fading the rest of the skin to match the de pigmented areas, but unfortunately none are a cure.”

    The photos have revived speculation that he is the biological son of Michael Jackson, just as the pop star always maintained.

    Before his tragic death in the summer last year, Michael Jackson had gone through years of plastic surgery, altering him drastically from the face of his youth. The eccentric pop singer was thought to have undergone numerous nose jobs as well as cheek implants and a jaw shortening procedure (See Make Me Heal’s story on Michael Jackson’s plastic surgery).

    The kids seem to be finally recovering from the devastating loss of their father last year and Makemeheal.com wishes them the best in the future.

    Read the complete plastic surgery profile of Prince Michael on Plasticopedia, the largest online celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.


    July 14, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Jet H. Ross | 1 Comment

    Cellulite Treatment Reaction by Viora Improves the Face (and Thighs) of Plastic Surgery

    With new technologies inundating our daily lives, it can be hard to pick and choose which brand-new breakthrough we want to embrace. For those considering plastic surgery, the same is true. What new procedure(s) can help you achieve your best body? That’s a tough question to answer, but one promising option for all-over results is Reaction by Viora, a quick, easy solution for cellulite and skin tightening that is now FDA Approved and cleared for use in the US.

    What is Reaction by Viora?

    Reaction is a new treatment option for patients considering body contouring or skin tightening. Reaction’s applications include cellulite treatment, circumferential reduction, skin tightening for saggy skin on the face or body, or skin tightening to reduce the appearance of stretch marks.

    How it Works

    How is Reaction unique? Reaction works using vacuum therapy and CORE technology, which employs radio frequencies to heat and penetrate layers of the patient’s skin in four different ways. The multiple frequencies allow the waves to affect various layers of the skin, from the hypodermic to the superficial. What does that mean for you? Your results go deeper than the surface.

    Reaction Application

    Reaction’s combination of vacuum therapy with the unique CORE system allows for the patient to undergo three different, beneficial processes: deep tissue heating, mechanical massage, and mechanical stretching. Because Reaction by Viora is able to accomplish these three separate procedures, it works on more than one level. It’s an efficacious cellulite treatment while at the same time it improves skin’s overall elasticity, hence also tightening the treated area.

    Before & After Hips

    What does a vacuum have to do with this radio-wave treatment? Vacuum therapy eases deep tissue penetration, which allows for lipolysis, or the breakdown of fat, and drainage. Because of the dual effectiveness of CORE and vacuum therapy, your thighs can be thankful! No more lumps, no more flab – you’ll have slimmer, smoother thighs in a relatively painless procedure.

    Use on Legs, Face, & Neck

    The skin tightening procedure is similar to the cellulite treatment, only instead of vacuum therapy, a cooling mechanism is applied to the treated area. What does this mean for your body? When your skin is heated, the tissue fibers and collagen that start to wear over time become stronger, and that sagging, baggy look you hate vanishes.

    Reaction works over time to increase collagen production, hence the results you see are not just short-term. Your skin’s improved elasticity is a lasting effect.

    Before & After Face

    Why Reaction by Viora?

    Reaction offers several advantages over traditional liposuction or skin rejuvenating procedures. The cellulite treatment is relatively comfortable, and feels somewhat akin to a deep tissue massage. The skin tightening treatment is similarly painless, as the patient feels both heating and cooling sensations during the procedure.

    Short Treatment

    Maybe the greatest upside of the Reaction technology is the downtime – or lack thereof. For those of you who think you’d never be able to find time in your schedule, think again. Each cellulite or skin-tightening treatment takes from 20 to 30 minutes, and only 3-5 sessions are needed for skin-tightening (4-8 for cellulite). And after each session, patients can return immediately to their daily routine. It may feel like you’ve had a workout (or a massage) but Reaction won’t keep you from any of your activities.

    Before & After Buttocks

    As for potential side effects, there really shouldn’t be any. If Reaction is used properly and the heat levels are monitored throughout, patients should not experience any adverse results.

    How can I get Reaction Treatments?

    Reaction Unit

    Good news! Reaction is FDA approved and cleared for use in the U.S.

    Learn More About Reaction

    Learn more by checking out the Reaction Channel.


    July 14, 2010 in Liposuction,Procedures & Breakthroughs,Tummy Tuck, Abdominoplasty by Chelsea Mize | 1 Comment

    Does Supermodel Naomi Campbell Need Hair Restoration?

    Naomi Campbell is beautiful, but she’s known to have an ugly temper, abusing the help by throwing things and calling names. Now it seems that Naomi has an ugly little secret: she is going bald and MakeMeHeal.com thinks she may need hair restoration plastic surgery.

    40-year old Naomi Campbell has sported a lot of different hairstyles in her long career in front of the camera. Now it seems that the weaves, wigs and false hair tracks are catching up with her, causing her hair to break and fall out. During a recent photo shoot in New York City, paparazzi caught Naomi’s bald spots on film. Lucky for her, there are ways to help her situation.

    Hair restoration expert Dr. Alan J. Bauman says, “As I mentioned on my blog several days ago, Naomi appears to be suffering from Traction Alopecia.  Traction Alopecia is a condition that permanently destroys hair follicles over time when tight braids, hair extensions or tight weaves pull strongly on the hair consistently over time.   Traction Alopecia often affects the eyelashes of those who routinely wear eyelash extensions.  The only cure for traction alopecia is hair transplantation—the microsurgical redistribution of living and growing hair follicles from one area to another.”

    Naomi Campbell, Going Bald

    “These days, modern techniques of hair transplantation are NOT considered ‘plugs.’   “Hair Plugs” is a slang term which described old-style hair transplants which resulted in unnatural looking rows of tufts of hair—painful to have and painful to look at!     Advanced hair transplantation techniques now allow for the comfortable transplantation of single hair follicles (not tufts) one at a time, so the end result (if planned and executed with artistry and precision) should look 100% natural and undetectable.  Modern hair transplants performed by ABHRS-certified doctors are comfortable, and not painful or pluggy.  Hair transplantation permanently restores living and growing hair to the severely depleted area as seen here in this example of a traction alopecia hair transplant patient of ours: http://www.flickr.com/photos/alanbauman/sets/72157600016470078/

    The most advanced hair transplant technique is called FUE/NeoGraft which allows for the harvesting of thousands of follicles during a single procedure WITHOUT leaving any linear scar.   NeoGraft/FUE has been featured on Rachael Ray, CBS Early Show and in many other news stories.   Hair Transplantation can be used for women suffering from female pattern hair loss, eyelash loss, eyebrow loss and those who desire female hairline lowering.  As you can see the end result of transplantation is new, living and growing natural-looking hair in the bare areas.

    I am one of the first surgeons in the world to routinely use NeoGraft/FUE, one of only 100 board-certified Hair Restoration Physicians and one of only 50 recommended by the American Hair Loss Association worldwide.  http://www.baumanmedical.com is a great source of information on my practice which is exclusively dedicated to hair restoration for men and women.  In my practice, I perform over 250 hair transplants each year.  Today, 90% of all of our hair transplants are performed with FUE/NeoGraft.”

    If Naomi doesn’t want to try hair grafting quite yet, she could also try using Latisse, a prescription drug designed to help grow eyelashes on the some of the affected areas around her hairline.

    Board certified Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer says, “Lost of hair is a devastating thing.  Hair transplantation can be very effective.  Several patients have also said they use Latisse (the eyelash enhancer) on their eyebrows and hairline and have had great effects in terms of hairgrowth.”

    If Naomi does decide to have a hair restoration procedure, it may not be her first visit to a plastic surgeon. Naomi is also rumored to have had a nose job and possible liposuction procedure sometime in the past (See Make Me Heal’s story on Naomi Campbell’s plastic surgery).

    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “Some people “want to pull their hair out” so to speak when they get mad.  Looks like Naomi Campbell did- literally.  She can try hair plugs to replace her missing hair; however, the stress and tension from adding hair extensions on top of that will probably pull them right out.”

    Naomi’s next big project is testifying in a blood diamond case against a former African warlord.

    Read the complete plastic surgery profile of Naomi Campbell on Plasticopedia, the largest online celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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    July 14, 2010 in Black Plastic Surgery,Celebrity Plastic Surgery,Ethnic Plastic Surgery by Lisa Stern | Leave a Comment

    Does Kim Cattrall Need Plastic Surgery?

    Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall has made a living out of playing the sex kitten. But there’s nothing sexy about the drooping jawline that paparazzi caught on camera. Makemeheal.com offers Kim some advice on how to stay sexy with plastic surgery

    53-year old Kim holds her own with her younger co-stars. For that matter, she still looks better than some women half her age, thanks to the Botox and chemical peels and possible laser skin resurfacing she has dabbled in over the years. (See Make Me Heal’s story on Kim Cattrall’s plastic surgery upkeep).

    Cattrall has said, “I’m too terrified to get any proper work so I’ve had just little things done. I have a big crease between my eyebrows and I use Botox to get rid of that, but that’s kind of it. I don’t look at magazines for my definition of what is beautiful. Is that a heavily retouched 18-year-old or a 40-year-old on the cover? I don’t think so – nobody looks like that. I look at people such as Helen Mirren or Judi Dench, these amazing women who look great, but look their age.”

    If Kim is still too scared to go under the knife, she could consider using injectable fillers like Sculptra or Radiesse to help. In the long run, a necklift or lower facelift, which have lower recovery times than a full facelift, could also be beneficial.

    Kim Cattrall, Plastic Surgery

    Board certified Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer says, “Kim Cattrall looks great – as always.  She is developing some jowling and laxity of her neck.  She may benefit by a lower facelift or necklift.  Alternatively some fillers such as Sculptra in her cheeks or Radiesse along her jawline may help hold off surgery for the time being.”

    Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon and a rhinoplasty specialist in Beverly Hills, California, says, “Kim Cattrall may improve her jowls with liposuction of the neck or a necklift. She still looks great overall, and the appearance of her jowls is minimal.”

    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “A lower face lift using minimal and strategically placed incisions would do wonders for Kim Cattrall’s lower face and her overall facial appearance.  It seems like Botox and fillers have kept her upper face looking young and fresh, and a lower facelift can complete her youthful look.”

    While Sex and the City sequels may be finished for now, Kim is still working, promoting causes that are close to her heart and appearing in the movie Sweet Baby Jesus, due out next year.

    Read the complete plastic surgery profile of Kim Cattrall on Plasticopedia, the largest online celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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    July 13, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Ruby Marr | 3 Comments

    Is Molly Ringwald Dabbling in Plastic Surgery?

    80s icon Molly Ringwald is back in the spotlight, thanks to her role on the popular television show The Secret Life of the American Teenager. With a new book to promote, titled “Getting the Pretty Back: Friendship, Family and Finding the Perfect Lipstick,” the red-haired actress is opening up about plastic surgery.

    Molly Ringwald, Plastic Surgery

    42-year old Molly Ringwald is best known for her roles in classic 80s films by John Hughes, like Pretty in Pink and The Breakfast Club. In a recent interview with StyeList, the mother of three opened up about her views on plastic surgery, saying that while she hasn’t had any yet, that doesn’t mean she won’t change her mind. Here’s a recap of the interview:

    StyleList: You draw the line at plastic surgery. In your book you write, “Be bold, as long as you are under the care of a board-certified cosmetic dermatologist (not a plastic surgeon, since we don’t want you to look plastic).”

    Molly Ringwald: I don’t judge. I understand the pull, but as an actress I depend on my expressions to get my emotions across. To do something to my face that would inhibit that ability would be a mistake. Otherwise, yeah, you start to look plastic.

    StyleList: So you wouldn’t even do Botox?

    Molly Ringwald: It’s not the route I want to go. But you could talk to me a year from now and if there’s a line that shows up on my face that really bums me out, I might change my mind.

    Makemeheal.com finds it interesting that Molly says no Botox, as many of her fans have noticed that she looks like she has definitely been using Botox and a lip filler like Juvederm.

    Board certified Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer says, “Molly Ringwal looks great for 42.  It is hard to believe that “The Breakfast Club” and “Pretty in Pink” were from the mid 1980′s.  In the image, it does appear that she may have had lip injections and Botox.  If not she has some secret about keeping her skin smooth.”

    Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon and a rhinoplasty specialist in Beverly Hills, California, says, “Molly Ringwald may have had Botox and facial fillers at some point. Overall, she looks great and her look is natural.”

    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “

    She certainly is doing something to maintain her youthful look.  Whether she calls it “plastic surgery” or not, Botox and some type of skin rejuvenating procedure and possibly dermal fillers are surely part of her secret formula.  Because of their advanced aesthetic facial training, many patients prefer to have a plastic surgeon perform these types of “non-surgical” cosmetic enhancement procedures.”

    Molly looks great whatever her beauty secret and Make Me Heal looks forward to seeing more of Molly as she gets back in front of the camera.

    Read the complete plastic surgery profile of Molly Ringwald on Plasticopedia, the largest online celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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    July 12, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Dana Jackson | 1 Comment

    Is American Idol Star Kellie Pickler Engaged With Plastic Surgery?

    Recently, former American Idol contestant Kellie Pickler announced her engagement to songwriter Kyle Jacobs, who popped the question on a Florida beach at sunset. The announcement made Makemeheal.com wonder if Kellie will be taking plastic surgery down the aisle.

    24- year old Kellie Pickler is the American Idol of plastic surgery, undergoing numerous procedures since her turn on the talent show, including an obvious but unconfirmed breast augmentation as well as Botox injections, a nose job, and possibly cheek implants and upper and lower eyelid surgery.(See Make Me Heal’s story on Kellie Pickler’s plastic surgery).

    Kelly Pickler Engaged, Plastic Surgery

    “I’m all for it. When I’m older I’m getting everything sucked, tucked and cut off,” Pickler told said in a magazine interview with OK!.

    If Kellie is planning to get married, she will also likely include plans with plastic surgeons to make arrangements for chemical peels, laser treatments like Active Fx as well as injections of Restylane for her lips.

    Kelly Pickler, plastic Surgery

    Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon and a rhinoplasty specialist in Beverly Hills, California, says, “Kellie’s Hollywoodified look is the result of having her brows lifted along with an upper and lower blepharoplasty, giving her that surprised look.”

    Board certified Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer says, “Based on the pictures, it appears that Kellie Pickler’s brow balance has been thrown off by Botox. Her medial brow has dropped, giving a peaked appearance to her brows. She also appears to possibly have lip fillers such as Juvederm or Restylane, but it is hard to tell from just the pictures. She may also benefit from a cosmetic rhinoplasty.”

    Make Me Heal wishes Kellie and Kyle the best of luck in their upcoming nuptials.

    Read the complete celebrity plastic surgery profile of Kellie Pickler at Plasticopedia, the celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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    July 12, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Ruby Marr | 2 Comments

    Spencer Pratt Rags on Hills Co-stars’ Plastic Surgery

    He may not be currently featured on the reality television show The Hills, but that hasn’t kept crystal-wearing Spencer Pratt quiet about his opinion. Despite his life-size Barbie wife, Spencer has decided to give his opinion on the plastic surgeries of his fellow co-stars.

    26-year old Pratt is a notorious Twitter user and has taken to the online social website to give his rather rude opinions about his fellow co-stars.

    Spencer Pratt, Plastic Surgery

    According to Radar Online, Pratt commented on Audrina Patridge’s and Whitney Port’s plastic surgeries: “Audrina has fake everything. Damn we are fakeass reality show folios.” (See Make Me Heal’s story on Audrina Partridge’s breast augmentation).

    “No whitney port sucks and has since we were in high school together before all her surgeries.” (See Make Me Heal’s story on Whitney Port’s rhinoplasty).

    About Lo Bosworth, Pratt tweeted, “Lo has been banging 60 year old rich guys on the side to keep up her look because she only gets paid few grand and plays star HAHA.” “I pray to see @lo bosworth ugly ass out in a club now that i can do whatever i want without feeling bad for heidi! lo your [sic] f–ked! Wh-re!” (See Make Me Heal’s story on Lo Bosworth’s plastic surgery opinion).

    It’s not the first time that Spencer has given his opinion on others. What he doesn’t seem to realize is that his wife, Heidi Montag is the plastic surgery queen of the show.

    Last year, then 23-year old Heidi underwent a nose job revision, chin reduction, mini brow lift, Botox in forehead and frown area, fat injections in cheeks, nasolabial folds and lips, neck liposuction p://kona.kontera.com/javascript/lib/imgs/grey_loader.gif, ears pinned back, liposuction on waist, hips and inner and outer thighs, buttock augmentation and breast augmentation revision. (See Make Me Heal’s story on Heidi Montag’s plastic surgery).

    Makemeheal.com thinks that people living in plastic surgery filled houses shouldn’t throw stones at the cosmetic surgeries of others.

    Read the complete plastic surgery profile of Spencer Pratt on Plasticopedia, the largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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    July 9, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Jet H. Ross | Leave a Comment

    Jessica Simpson Denies Latest Plastic Surgery Rumors

    The paparazzi follow beautiful Jessica Simpson wherever she goes, including the doctor’s office. But the singer turned actress denied that a recent visit to a medical office had anything to do with plastic surgery.

    29-year old Jessica Simpson has long been on Makemeheal.com’s radar for having plastic surgery, from multiple breast augmentations and a breast lift(See Make Me Heal’s story on Jessica Simpson’s breast augmentation) to a nose job and lip augmentation. Jessica later came out and admitted to having her lips filled with Restylane, and not liking the look. (See Make Me Heal’s story on Jessica Simpson’s lip augmentation).

    Jessica Simpson, Plastic Surgery

    Jessica recently spent some time in a doctor’s office, fueling cries of plastic surgery. However, Jessica took to Twitter to clear up rumors.

    “True- went to the doctor yesterday,” Jessica Tweeted. “False- plastic surgery.”

    Make Me Heal hopes that Jessica is always as honest about any future plastic surgery as she is about going to the doctor.

    Read the complete celebrity plastic surgery and secrets about Jessica Simpson on Plasticopedia, the largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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    July 9, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Patty Kovacs | 1 Comment

    Playmate Holly Madison Says No More Plastic Surgery…For Now

    Former Girl Next Door and Hugh Hefner favorite Holly Madison only recently came clean about her numerous plastic surgeries. But now Holly is saying that she is done with plastic surgery, although Makemeheal.com sees another round sometime in Holly’s future.

    30-year old Holly Madison has had more than her share of plastic surgery, including breast augmentation, nose job, cheek implants and possibly a forehead lift. (See Make Me Heal’s story on Holly Madison’s plastic surgery). Apparently all that plastic surgery has satisfied Holly, unlike some other reality-show platinum blonds, because she says she has had enough. At least until she gets a little older.

    Holly Madison, Plastic Surgery Hiatus

    Talking with E!’s Marc Malkin, the “Holly’s World” star says, “Maybe when I’m getting older, but I’m done with it for now. I don’t like when people inject a lot of stuff in their face because then their faces move all weird.”

    “I think when young girls are thinking about plastic surgery they need to go to a very wealthy house party in Beverly Hills. All they need to do is look at all the old people in the room and be like, ‘Oh, maybe I don’t want to get my lips done. Maybe I don’t want to get Botox,’ because you see how it ages.”

    Holly looks great and Make Me Heal applauds the Playmate’s healthy outlook on plastic surgery.

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    July 8, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Ruby Marr | Leave a Comment