Plastic surgery isn’t new to celebrities. Some are against it, and some are for it. One woman who is a proponent is Jacqueline Laurita of The Real Housewives of New Jersey.
Recently, Laurita decided to open up about her decision. “I never understood plastic surgery when I was younger. But when you get older, gravity takes its toll, your boobs start going south and lines form around your face. You start considering it more. You may look older, but you may still have the energy and drive of someone younger and you have the looks to match the feeling.”
This isn’t the first time we’ve heard this from people who have sought cosmetic enhancement. How you feel inside doesn’t always match how you look on the outside.
Many women and men feel as though they are in their 20s, but their face and body reveal a much older age. It can be unfair at times, especially when people around them judge by appearance rather than inner qualities.
Often times, people start with procedures that solve a problem that has bothered them for quite some time. For example, Laurita didn’t start seeking multiple plastic surgeries until she became concerned about her silicone breast implants rupturing.
After some research, she decided she’d feel better with saline implants. Since then she has decided to reduce her bust from a D-cup to a C-cup. “On camera, I felt like I looked a lot larger with my boobs, but I was insecure even before ‘Housewives,’” Laurita explained.
The Package Deal – Lifestyle Improvements
Getting a nip and tuck here and there may be nice, but eating right and exercising is still important. As Laurita says, “Yes, plastic surgery can give you a jumpstart, but it’s not a cure-all. You still have to maintain it. You can’t just get a tummy tuck and expect a flat stomach for the rest of your life. You still have to eat healthy, you still have to work out.”
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