Jennifer Lopez has one of the most famous faces on the planet, but recently, eagle-eyed fans have noticed something seems different.
Rumors are buzzing that 'Let's Get Loud' singer recently went under the knife to perfect her money making mug. Some fans are speculating she got facelift while others think she just had some fine tuning done by the way of injections.
“Judging by the much more youthful appearance I would say she did a combination of things,” says Dan Holtz, owner of Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center. “ It looks as though Threads may have been used for lifting the cheeks and tightening up the jawline. She also likely used a neurotoxin like Botox to reduce lines in the skin. A small amount of filler was probably used under the eyes as well. A very similar result can be achieved using the In Mode evoke machine. The Evoke remodels and tightens the skin naturally for those that can achieve the results over a period of six treatments once weekly.
Pamela Agullo, MD from Texas agrees that The Hustlers actress' face has surely had some improvements done lately.
“It is obvious that her skin quality is much better,” she says. “She has tighter pores and her fine wrinkles have disappeared. The skin is smooth which looks like she could have used facial fillers to restore volume loss.”
While the 51-year-old has remained tight lipped about plastic surgery, she has opened up about her beauty regime in the past. In addition to getting 9 to 10 hours of sleep a night, Jennifer told Hello Magazine in 2016 that she uses a few prestige products to get her glow, including Lancer The Method: Cleanse, Lancer's Eye Contour Lifting Cream, and Dr. Hauschka's Rose Day Cream, all of which retail between $45 and $95.
In an interview with Well + Good, her makeup artist Mary Phillips said that J. Lo also loves Själ Saphir Concentrate – a $175 facial oil that contains aquamarine, botanical retinol, soothing blue chamomile, and a biomarine complex.
“She could have achieved this look with a combination of Radio Frequency Microneedling, Radio Frequency Skin Tightening and facial fillers under eyes, naso labial lines and lips.”