Thursday, April 12, 2012

Cosmetically Over-Filled Faces CAN Be Undone: Not That Anything's Been Done

Ashley Judd was snapped walking to the 'Extra' set in Hollywood yesterday, to defend her so-called 'puffy face.'

The 43-year-old actress has been written about by a bunch of tabloids recently, all claiming she received "botched plastic surgery" or "a cosmetically, over-filled face."

In no way are we alleging that the pretty celebrity has had anything done by posting her photo here, alongside our article dealing with reversible fillers. We are taking a further look at injectable volumizers, because the topic has arisen with the dramatic appearance of Ashley Judd.

The popular TV star has been fuming and wanting to set the record straight, that the fuller face folks have been gossipping about, has nothing to so with injectables or surgery, but the result of steroids for a sinus infection.

In addition, Ashley Judd also wrote an article for the Daily Beast that discusses the cruel practice of only judging women for how they look:

"I choose to address it because the conversation was pointedly nasty, gendered, and misogynistic and embodies what all girls and women in our culture, to a greater or lesser degree, endure every day, in ways both outrageous and subtle.

"The assault on our body image, the hypersexualization of girls and women and subsequent degradation of our sexuality as we walk through the decades, and the general incessant objectification is what this conversation allegedly about my face is really about."

Right on, Ashley Judd! Meantime, let's look at fillers that can be undone when the results are not what you expected.

Restylane, Perlane, Hylaform, Juvederm, and Juvederm XC are all known as injectable volumizers. And all of them are made from hyaluronic acid, a substance that occurs naturally in your skin.

The good news, the fillers we mention here, can all be reversed if you dislike the way your face has turned out. Maybe the cheeks were too chipmunk-like, etc. A doctor can undo the filler by injecting an antidote.

Many celebrities have turned to injectable fillers for restored natural volume to the face. The treatments do NOT require surgery and results are instant.

But not every plastic surgeon or dermatologist fills the face the same way. And the key here, is to make the work look invisible. Unfortunately, that is not always the case.

Women aren't allowed to grow older in Hollywood, and that brings such pressure to most female celebrities like Ashley Judd. We think she makes some excellent points about the topic.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

HATE the new Ashley Judd. I don't beleive her story about sinus infection meds.She doesn't look pretty or younger---just bloated.Sure, men judge women diffrently but that does not mean she has to have stuff done just becauze shes in Hollywood.