Fans of Bravo’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills may not be shocked to hear it, but the female cast members aren’t afraid of laser skin rejuvenation or Botox injection in order to keep their faces camera ready – not to mention looking good enough to overshadow their co-stars.
Recently, “Housewife” Brandi Glanville spoke with Shape magazine on how the 39-year-old is able to retain a smooth complexion and trim figure even while raising kids.
The reality show star doesn’t merely visit her cosmetic surgeon and relax on the beach all day, either. She told the news source that she works out with her personal Pilates instructor every day in order to stay in shape. Also, she said that having children to chase after and dogs to walk forces her to get out and get moving – no treadmills necessary.
Diet is also an important component of preserving a youthful look well into one’s 30s, 40s and 50s. Glanville told Shape that she stays away from sweets, and that when she’s going to indulge she often chooses savory pastas and bread.
Let’s not forget about her glowing complexion. Glanville admitted that she experiences occasional discoloration from her melasma and acne. For these, she said she gets laser skin rejuvenation and other light-enhanced facials. Additionally, protecting the skin from the sun with hats and sunglasses is always a good idea to keep wrinkles and sun spots at bay.
Glanville also told Shape that she gets Botox injections and other fillers to erase deep lines and wrinkles.
“Yes, I’ll cop to a few plastic surgery procedures like Botox and fillers. I think everyone should do what makes them feel good but remember: Less is more!” Glanville said, quoted by the news source.
In an interview with E! Online, “Housewives” Lisa Vanderpump and Adrienne Maloof also said they get regular Botox injections. In fact, Maloof’s husband is a cosmetic surgeon and reportedly lends his skills to a few of the Housewives.
“I just pop across the street,” Vanderpump said about getting her Botox injections.
Just because the Real Housewives get Botox injections like they would borrow a cup of sugar doesn’t mean that the procedure should be taken lightly. Individuals interested in getting injectables should first have a counseling session with their healthcare provider to make sure they are good candidates for the treatment.