Madonna is plugging her new skin care line — but she actually turns back the clock with the help of numerous plastic surgery procedures, a source exclusively told RadarOnline.com. Scroll down Radar's gallery for the aging pop icon's nip and tuck secrets.
According to Radar's source, Madonna, 59, wants fans to believe she still looks young "with absolutely no help from any doctors." But she's not being honest, the source claims.
The singer's new MDNA skin care line features pricey face washes and other products designed to make buyers look younger, including a $180 eye serum to soothe stressed under-eye areas, and a $250 finishing face cream.
But the insider claimed Radar, "On the heels of her newly released skin care line named after herself Madonna is putting forth the idea she has aged gracefully. Nothing could be further from the truth."
"She wants the world to believe she's used this formula in conjunction with many skin care experts to produce the most natural results without going under the knife," Radar's spy alleged about Madonna's skin care line.
The truth is, "Madonna is a pioneer when it comes to plastic surgery and has undergone many procedures to keep from aging. She's extremely vain and tells only those in her close inner circle that her fight with age is a 'constant and monthly chore!'" the Radar source said.
According to the source, "Madonna is so obsessed with staying and looking young she surrounds herself only with younger men and a fridge stocked with chemicals from fillers and Botox — even new Botox replacements not yet passed by the FDA." Just last year, Madonna posted naughty photos of herself online, flaunting her body like she's still a young star.
The "Vogue" singer keeps her stash in a refrigerator the size of a kitchen twin door unit hidden behind a secret built in wood panel in her master bedroom — the only place in her homes no staff is allowed, explained the source.
Madonna, who has a 20-year-old daughter, Lourdes, has "become so obsessed with looking younger she's convinced her own doctors to make house calls and has even gone a step further by forcing docs to teach her how to inject her own face with fillers and line reducing agents — as well as Botox — and other nerve blocking agents to hide deeper lines and furrows," Radar's spy claimed. "She's not the young hip performer her mind tells her she is — and always will be!"
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