Sigourney Weaver Says No to Plastic Surgery

Some celebrities are very open about the fact that they have had plastic or cosmetic surgery procedures such as breast implants, facelift surgery or Botox injections, but others hide the fact that they’ve gone under the knife. Some legendary celebs are simply saying “no” to plastic surgery altogether, preferring instead to let nature take its course. Sigourney Weaver, now in her 60s, says that she has maintained her youthful looks without any type of plastic or cosmetic surgery.

In 2007, Sigourney Weaver interviewed with People Magazine and stated that plastic surgery simply wasn’t for her. Recently, she reported to the Daily Record, a Scottish newspaper, that she enjoys regular exercise and takes good care of her skin. Still, some plastic and cosmetic surgeons agree that she could enjoy a more youthful look with a few quick cosmetic fixes.

In a recent post on MakeMeHeal.com, board-certified Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer and facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon and rhinoplasty specialist Dr. Paul Nassif of Beverly Hills provided some expert recommendations  for Sigourney Weaver. Dr. Shafer suggests that Sigourney Weaver have Botox Cosmetic treatments to treat the deep lines in her forehead and crow’s feet around her eyes, as well as lip augmentation in her upper lip to improve the contours of her face.

Currently, some of the top “quick fix” solutions for getting rid of wrinkles and reversing the signs of aging include Botox, Dysport injections, laser skin resurfacing and Thermage skin tightening treatments. Many celebrity legends including Goldie Hawn and Harrison Ford have jumped aboard the plastic surgery bandwagon in recent years to take off a few decades from their looks and improve their appearance.

Still, others would prefer to age gracefully the natural way. Stars including Jane Fonda and Sally Field are among the many celebs who are simply steering clear of plastic and cosmetic surgery, and are committed to maintaining their natural looks for life.

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