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What Does Brooke Shields Think of Plastic Surgery?

Sea Published On Wed Jun 17 2020   Modified On Wed Jun 17 2020
What Does Brooke Shields Think of Plastic Surgery?

Brooke Shields has come a long way with over 100 acting credits. She was 'Miley Stewart's mom a decade ago on Hannah Montana and has not quite changed much in her later years. And yeah, she has a secret. And it ain't plastic surgery, despite what many have come to believe.

Although controversial the ingredient of her success, she and her mother, Teri Sheilds, don't regret the situation and are still proud of that movie, although not recommended be remade in the modern world.

Regardless, she's still charming her fans and showing off her figure in her 50s. Her secret? Not plastic surgery, but something called WarmSculpting. More later.

Brooke Shields Is Terrified of Plastic Surgery But Wanted to Change to Feel Her Best

Brooke Shields has had a lot of before-after plastic surgery comparisons over the years. Among the rumors, the common ones would be a nose job and even Botox, which is technically not plastic surgery. And she has denied those before.

No, this is not warmsculpting, just a regular makeup procedure.
Photo Source: Brooke Shields, Instagram

During a September 2019 interview on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Brooks opened up about her secret to battling aging. "You said, 'I have not done a thing to my face'," host Andy Cohen said to Shields. "Would you ever consider it? Do you think about it [plastic surgery]?"

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"So I'm afraid of it," Shields admitted. "But I also want to [do] everything I can to just look my best and feel my best." So yeah, she pretty much moved on to the next possible things that didn't terrify her.

WarmSculpting with SculpSure & Healthy Living Has Been Fruitful to Her

WarmSculpting is a non-invasive body contouring treatment approved by the FDA for treating lipolysis in the abdominal and flank areas, using heat to reduce the fat cells. Shields is an ambassador for the brand SculpSure and regularly promotes it on her social media pages.

"It's called warm sculpting," Sheilds told Cohen. "It's actually incredible. I work out so much and yet I still have like, s**t from my babies," Shields told Cohen. "It's really great. It eliminates the fat cells and it actually works."

"I work out a lot and I always try to stay really fit and really healthy," she'd previously told People. "[But] the older you get, the harder it is. There are some spots that no matter what I did, no matter how much weight I lost, they were still there. They caused me to be insecure."

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She found her thunder, however, as a diet, exercise, a sleep schedule and SculpSure has been a huge help. But she would not go back to being 25 if she got the chance.

November 26, 1990: Brooke Shields during Colleen Ross Exhibit at Hanson Art Gallery in Beverly Hills, California, United States.

She won't return to this, just because.
Photo Credit: Ron Galella, Ron Galella Collection

"I think you have to embrace it [aging], but at the same time, be willing to do what you feel comfortable with," she told People. "It was great, but I am so much more relaxed now and in my own life and in my own skin and in my own happiness. I feel good about all the elements and areas of my life now."

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