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The Stealthy Lies People Tell to Cover up Their Plastic Surgery



Just because Kim K has been an open book about her Botox and Christie Brinkley admits to a regimen of fillers and laser treatments, doesn’t mean everyone is now open about their jabs, nips, tucks, and other skin-saving procedures. For many, a reticence remains, and—fearing stigma or backlash or something else–they keep it under wraps.

The web of lies woven to explain away a sudden lack of lines, the hefty pricetag of a cutting edge procedure, or a long weekend spent on lockdown at home can be rather impressive. They range from why-didn’t-I-think-of-that easy to completely ridiculous.

Without naming names, we asked doctors (and other in-the-know secret-keepers) from coast to coast to clue us in on the best and biggest whoppers. Whether you want to snag one of these excuses for yourself or ferret out a fibber in your own life, stay informed.

Payment is often the final thing a patient takes care of before leaving the doctor’s office, but it’s the first thing some patients need to address, says Rachel Nazarian, MD, a dermatologist with Schweiger Dermatology in New York City. Some people want to keep their spouse in the dark, but when you share a credit card account, that’s tricky.


Source: Town & Country – The Stealthy Lies People Tell to Cover up Their Plastic Surgery By, Liz Krieger