Hillary Clinton, 72, looks youthful and wrinkle-free at NY event sparking rumours she has turned to Botox and fillers
Dressed in a gorgeous pink dress, Clinton, along with her husband Bill attended the Ain't Too Proud: The Temptations Musical at The Imperial Theatre. The two looked vibrant, but Hillary's wrinkle-free skin got everyone's attention.
What's the secret to Hillary Clinton's youthful skin? People were left wondering when the former First Lady showed up at an event on Broadway in New York recently and her cheeks looked more filled than usual.
Dressed in a gorgeous pink dress, Clinton, along with her husband Bill attended the Ain't Too Proud: The Temptations Musical at The Imperial Theatre. The two looked vibrant, but Hillary's wrinkle-free skin got everyone's attention. According to aesthetic experts, it could be the result of cosmetic surgery.
Dr Ross Perry, the founder of www.cosmedics.co.uk, told Femail that it is possible that Hilary got herself some Botox and Blepharoplasty to achieve the flawless skin. While Botox involves fillers, Blepharoplasty involves getting rid of the excess skin above the eyes. He said that she may have received some " tweakments" and " procedures over the years" instead of getting a lot of "dramatic work" done in one shot.
"Her forehead looks particularly smooth, which would suggest Botox has been administered in the forehead, frown line and around the eye area, as there appear to be minimal crows feet," he said. Clinton is 72 and he said that someone her age should naturally have creasing around the eyes, which she doesn't. " I would suspect Hillary may well have had Blepharoplasty which removes crepey, excess skin from above the eye which causes hooding and develops as we age. I would suggest she's also had this to target the under-eye bags and to smooth further wrinkles from the corners of her eyes," he said. He also said that it's possible she has had some dermal wrinkle injections to even out the aging skin.
Aesthetic practitioner Dr Judy Todd, from Glasgow and London's Synergy Clinic, also noted that she also had " slightly more volume in the lips" and said it could be a "filler."
Clinton's skin and claims of plastic surgery had also come up back in 2016 when journalist Edward Klein claimed in his book ' Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary' that her husband had wanted her to get a facelift and that she had had the surgery at home. However, he could not confirm his claims.