Suzanne Somers – What The Heck Happened To Her Face?
Now, don’t get me wrong. Back in the day, I really liked Suzanne Somers. She could have knocked on my door anytime. But now… what the heck happened to her face? Her face is so puffy it looks like it’s been stung by a hive of bees.
My most faithful blog readers may recall a post from just over a year ago stating that Suzanne was planning to have a stem cell facelift. If you don’t remember, you can check out the post here. Well, it appears that she may have done just that.
So what is a stem cell facelift, you ask? It’s basically facial fat grafting using fat that is supercharged with stem cells. A doctor harvests some fat via liposuction, removes concentrated stem cells from a portion of it, then injects the remaining fat that is ‘supercharged’ with the stem cells into areas of the face which are gaunt. The idea is that the stem cells will cause a greater percentage of the grafted fat to survive and possibly even improve the skin quality. Currently there are a handful of physicians advertising stem cell facelifts in the U.S. but in reality the machinery needed to remove and concentrate stem cells are not FDA approved for cosmetic use. HOWEVER, there are people in other countries who may be using real stem cells to enhance their facelifts, so it is definitely possible that Suzanne went overseas to get this procedure done.
She obviously had something done to give her a pillow face!
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