July 12, 2012 04:00 PM by Katya Gordeeva
Kim Kardashian is considered by many one of the most gorgeous and fashionable stars in Hollywood. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star works hard at maintaining her flawless appearance. And she definitely isn’t ashamed to admit that she’s no stranger to cosmetic procedures. Kim recently revealed that she uses Fraxel, a laser-based procedure that helps fight wrinkles and fine lies, and even encouraged all her friends to try it. Read on to find out more.
During a recent interview with Oprah, Kim Kardashian talked about how she uses Fraxel to keep her skin looking perfect. “I’m like, girls, you should go get a Fraxel laser on your face. I’m really open about telling all my friends and my sisters what the best treatments are,” she said.
Two dermatologists agreed that Fraxel is a great way to prevent the signs of aging. “For someone like Kim who has good skin, Fraxel is an excellent way to prevent fine lines,” Bruce Katz, M.D., director of the Juva Skin & Laser Center in New York City, told Hollywoodlife.com. “Taking measures to prevent the signs of aging now will keep Kim from having to aggressively fight aging later in life.”
Debra Jaliman, board-certified dermatologist and author of Skin Rules agrees with Dr. Katz. “Fraxel is great for surface scarring, minimizing wrinkles and evening out skin tone,” she said. “Side effects include mild redness and peeling, which can be covered with makeup.”
Well, at least Kim Kardashian is honest about her cosmetic procedures. She’s not afraid to tell the world that she has to fight off wrinkles and fine lines like everyone else. Do you support Kim using Fraxel to stay looking young? Or do you think she should just embrace the way she looks naturally? Share your thoughts with us!
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