Pamela Anderson flaunted a smooth and flawless face this week while cheering on her French soccer star boyfriend Adil Rami, 33, and RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned from three of the nation’s top plastic surgeons that the 51-year-old former Baywatch beauty has likely had some serious work done to give her back that youthful glow. Click through seven shocking photos of Anderson throughout the past decade to find out what she’s had done!
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America’s Holistic Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Anthony Youn told Radar: “I suspect that she's had some fillers injected into her cheeks, making them appear plumper and more youthful.”
“Her skin is also pristine,” Dr. Youn, who has not treated Anderson, said. “This may be the result of well-performed laser treatments like the Icon 1540 fractional laser.
“I also suspect that she's had injections of Botox into her forehead, crow's feet, and frown lines, causing all of these areas to look smoother and younger,” Dr. Youn added.
Dr. Norman Rowe, a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon with Rowe Plastic Surgery in NYC, has also not worked on Anderson, but he agreed with his colleague and told Radar, “It appears that Pamela may have Botox, fillers or possibly fat transfers to give a smoother facial appearance.”
“A good skin care regimen is also essential for a youthful, glowing appearance. Other women emulate this look by doing similar procedures, such as neuromodulators, fillers, Microneedling with PRP, IPL, a good skin care regimen with moisturizer and sunscreen,” added Dr. Rowe.
Dr. Zara Harutyunyan from L.A.’s Cosmetic Rejuvenation has also not worked on the blonde bombshell, but added, “It looks as if she may have had some non-surgical procedures done recently. She most likely had a procedure called Profound and C02. Profound a is non-surgical treatment where it lifts, tones, and tightens up the skin on the face and neck. C02 helps resurface the skin on the surface of the of the face for a smooth and even skin complexion.”
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