Kris Jenner is one of the most famous reality TV stars of all time and she is always getting compliments on her youthful looks.
The businesswoman and Keeping Up With The Kardashians star looks better than ever at the age of 65.
The proud mother-of-six has raised the most successful and talked about children on the planet, and she has kept herself looking youthful and sprightly all the while.
But how exactly does Kris manage to keep herself looking so spectacular?
She has openly talked about work she has had done in the past.
Kris has previously admitted to having breast implants and a neck lift, but the entire Kardashian clan are notoriously very secretive about all the plastic surgeries which they might have had done to alter their changing appearances.
During a 2015 appearance on E!’s Good Work with Ru Paul and Botched surgeon Dr Terry Dubrow, she joked: “You want me to list everything?! I’m kidding.
“Botox and fillers and laser [treatments] and things like that. I had a boob job in the ’80s after four kids because gravity took over.”
Kris then got her breast implants changed nearly three decades later.
“It was great for about 25 years, and then … a couple of years ago, I felt like they were too big,” the star continued.
“I felt matronly and nothing fit anymore, and suddenly, it was like get them out. So, the same doctor who put them in, he took them out, and then had to do a little lift and then put smaller ones in.”
In 2011, Kris turned to the help of Dr. Garth Fisher for a neck lift, which was shown on KUWTK.
The surgeon told Daily Mail at the time about also giving Kris a facelift.
He said: “This is a very customised premium quality, natural face rejuvenation procedure designed to freshen up and open the eyes, elevate the cheeks and provide youthful contours to the jawline and neck.
“This procedure allows quick healing. She looked gorgeous before of course and looks absolutely stunning now and is very happy with the results.”
As well as this, a surgeon from Glow by MYA Cosmetic Surgery told The Mirror that Kris most probably underwent many different surgical and non-surgical procedures to keep her looking fresh.
The expert told us: “I would suggest that Kris has had a range of surgical and non-surgical procedures over the years some to help maintain a youthful appearance as well as change some of her physical features.”
When it comes the starlets ever-changing nose, it would seem that Kris has had more than one surgery as it appears to have gotten increasingly thinner and smaller down through the years.
“I would suggest that Kris may have had a Rhinoplasty (the surgical name for nose reshaping surgery) procedure – the bridge of her nose appears thinner, and the tip and nostrils appear to be smaller and slightly lifted compared to previous images.
However, she has previously denied a nose job.
“I get a lot of people saying I got my nose done… never had my nose done,” she noted. “I have the same nose I was born with.”
In terms of non-surgical treatments, the TV star star is highly speculated to have fillers in her cheeks, chin and jawline.
Dermal fillers can be used in this area to re-introduce structure and volume along the cheek bone just like in Kris’ case.
The procedure replaces soft tissue whilst filling in wrinkles/skin folds and fillers can range in price depending on the area and amount used – between £150 – £500 per session.
Our expert states: “I believe that Kris may have undergone the non-surgical treatment of fillers to her lips as she appears to have slightly fuller lips compared to previous images. The provider has ensured her lips still appear extremely natural and in proportion to the patient’s facial features.”
Kris’ eyes also appear brighter and her eyebrows seem to have been slightly lifted throughout the years.
This points towards the non-surgical treatment of anti-wrinkle injections which is also known as Botox.
“Kris has most likely had Botox to her forehead and glabella (in between the eyebrows) as you can see she has a smooth forehead, lifted eyebrow arches and a limited frown/expression. The treatment normally lasts between 3-6 months and as muscle action gradually returns, the lines and wrinkles begin to reappear and need to be treated again.
“The procedure can give the appearance of smoother skin if you are after a youthful appearance or can be used as a preventative measure to slow the process of getting wrinkles.”
When it comes to advice for others who are thinking about going under the knife, Kris encouraged people to “do what makes you feel good” and to use a “trusted” surgeon.
She concluded: “You can’t do something because someone else wants you to do it, and then you have to do great research on the doctor that you choose.”
Looking good Kris!
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