Cannes Film Festival is always an opportunity for the press to assess celebs. Everything from their outfits to their body shape is under scrutiny and nowadays it includes a ‘have they, haven’t they’ critique of their faces too.
Nicole Kidman has been in the press before with speculation about use of botox and fillers being done.
A year ago she admitted to trying botox and then reverting to her natural look, sticking to a healthy diet, regular exercise and sensible sun precautions to stay young looking.
However, her recent appearance at Cannes to promote her new movie Grace of Monaco has led to renewed speculation. The Daily Mail commented:
The blonde star revealed some puffiness in her face which became even more apparent when she smiled for the cameras.
At the age of 46, it would be considered normal to have some loss of volume in the skin and appearance of lines on the forehead and an unnaturally super-smooth forehead is viewed with suspicion.
Many women, not only celebrities, choose popular anti-ageing treatments such as botox and fillers in order to hold back the signs of time, but it is important to retain a natural look through very careful and deliberate placement of small amounts of injectable product.
Other treatments should also be considered, which might be more appropriate to producing the right result for the patient. Mulberry House Clinic now offer the 8-point facelift, a non-invasive option which gives natural yet effective rejuvenation through a lifting effect.
Mulberry House Clinic
Mulberry House Clinic & Laser Centre was established in 2003 and offers a range of skin treatments for aesthetic improvement as well as tackling skin conditions.
Founder and doctor Dr Tanqueray himself has been carrying out professional skin treatments since 1999 and carries out all cosmetic injections. As an experienced doctor, he has the knowledge to recommend the most appropriate treatment.
For those interested in non-invasive facial rejuvenation, Mulberry House Clinic offer a free consultation with experienced practitioner Dr John Tanqueray, who will give individual advice based on consultation and review of medical history and any previous treatments.
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