Catt Sadler isn’t afraid to be candid about going under the knife.
The old “E! News” host briefed Glamor about her recent plastic surgery, revealing that she had a facelift, neck lift, and blepharoplasty (also known as an eye lift) at age 48.
Sadler said that although she had “injectables” like Botox and Xeomin and had “a little padding over time”, she “never had anything surgically done” to her face before the triple major procedure.
Sadler is still troubled by the “drooping droop” he sees in the mirror, so Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. She arranged for a consultation with Steve Kim, who said that “there has never been a better time” to get him a more “natural” facelift. Results and a better recovery despite his relatively young age.
“I didn’t do it because I couldn’t find a job,” Sadler said. “I didn’t because I wanted my boyfriend to think I looked 35. None of these were taken into account. It was more about looking in the mirror and feeling good. How do I feel?
The “It Sure Is A Beautiful Day” podcast host shared photos of the entire painful (and expensive) process, which included several weeks of recovery; Sadler had to stick to an all-liquid diet for the first week after surgery.
“I think I have a really high pain tolerance. I pushed two kids. I love tattoos. I am not afraid of pain. But the first week I was really unhappy. Really miserable,” he admitted.
Dr. He said Kim typically charges between $30,000 and $40,000 for the three procedures he’s had, but gets a “huge discount” after the event for sharing his experiences and photos.
While the mother of two said that she informed her sons, boyfriend, friends, family and managers of her decision before going under the knife, the star did not feel any “society pressure” to have plastic surgery.
“I’m a little behind in needing the support of others to survive. “I’m telling you, that’s one of the best things about the aging process, you get to know yourself better and choose what’s right for you and for yourself without the approval of others.”
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Moreover, Sadler knew from the beginning that he wanted to share his story with others.
“What will people think? Who will judge me? But I think one of the best things about getting old is not caring about what people think of you,” she said.
“Why wasn’t I being transparent? Why don’t you inform women about how this can happen?