Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Kelly Rutherford Botox Injections

American actress Kelly Rutherford, mostly known for her roles of Stephanie "Sam" Whitmore on "Generations", Megan Lewis on "Melrose Place" and as Lily van der Woodsen on "Gossip Girl", has admittedly succumbed to botox injections to turn back the hands of time.  

Rutherford, 45, has admitted that she has tried botox once before she got pregnant with her son Hermes.

The "Gossip Girl" actress, unlike other celebrities, confessed to People.com: "I think it's beautiful that people are sharing", noting that women should be honest about everything from childbirth to beauty secrets. "We sit around at lunch and ask each other (questions), so why not say we had postpartum, giving birth is hell but the children are amazing - and I get botox." She explained: "I think there's a certain age that if you like having it, go for it."

In an interview with OK!US magazine Rutherford claimed she has no plans on getting more botox in the future. "I decided I wasn't going to do it all again until I've had two kids and finished nursing them. Then it's a free for all," Kelly declared.

"I figure your body goes through so many changes when you're pregnant and you're nursing. It's actually my mother's advice: "Wait until a year or two after you've had your children, after you breastfed, to do anything, because your body goes through so much anyway." I listened to her advice, and I'm glad I did," Rutherford went on.

"There are benefits to maybe starting things younger or earlier, but for me, I tend to do things the most natural way possible. I'm at an age now where it makes sense to do it," Kelly was quoted as saying.

On the results of botox injections, Rutherford revealed: "It's great. I'm starting to do a little bit of it. I had friends who started much earlier, and there are pros and cons with that. Then, you don't really get the wrinkles. But I go in and have a little bit here and there. It's preventative."

"It feels nice. My mother's sends me studies of how it instantly makes you happy because you can't frown. It's proven that emotionally you're happier, which I think is very funny. I'm a believer that if it makes you feel better, then do it. It's not doing harm to anybody. We all want to look our best," Rutherford added.

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