Celebrity news website, RadarOnline, is reporting on some new rumors circulating the internet that Cameron Diaz has had some more work done on her face. The article quotes one plastic surgeon as saying, “There’s something about Cameron Diaz’s face that is very unusual.” While some are saying her new waxy, unnatural look could be attributed to a facelift, others are suggesting it’s simply the result of laser treatments and chemical peels.
Diaz, who rose to fame with the film There’s Something About Mary, will be turning 40 this year. RadarOnline suggests that age could be playing a role. The actress may have “gone to extremes to turn back the clock before her landmark birthday,” says the site. “[She] seems to have gone out of her way to prove she is young, carefree and single!”
Why Turning 40 Matters
Whether or not the Cameron Diaz rumors are true, it brings up an interesting question: Why do so many people choose plastic surgery around age 40? Like it or not, turning 40 is a milestone in our society—and one that should be celebrated. Of course, our body will change around that age too. Those in their 40s can start to see sagging eyelids, facial creases and a host of other issues. For many, these unwanted changes can cause a great deal of distress and hurt their self confidence. Thankfully, cosmetic surgery can often be of help.
A few popular cosmetic treatments among 40-somethings:
- Eyelid Lift: Eyelid surgery—also known as Blepharoplasty—is one of the most common procedures among women and men. Blepharoplasty can enhance the appearance of drooping or sagging eyelids by tightening muscles and tissue or removing excess fat and skin.
- Facelift: Facelift Surgery is a procedure used to combat facial sagging and drooping. This procedure works by tightening underlying muscles and redraping the skin around the neck and face. For many, the result is a fresher, more youthful appearance.
- BOTOX®: For those seeking out a less-invasive treatment for facial creases, BOTOX is often the answer. A BOTOX Injection is essentially a muscle relaxer that helps to prevent creases from forming in the skin. BOTOX works best on creases that appear intermittently, such as crow’s feet or smile lines. Although not a permanent fix, results will typically last several months.
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