26 November 2010
While she's better used to being filmed on the runway than in the plastic surgeon's waiting room, the world's first supermodel Janice Dickinson let the cameras roll while she recently underwent line- and wrinkle-erasing non surgical treatments, according to the Daily Mail. The outspoken former cover girl has candidly admitted she has turned to cosmetic surgery to enhance her looks in past and has previously undergone tummy tuck, neck lift, face lift, Botox, liposuction,breast implant and skin peel procedures. Though the newspaper has reported that the 55 year old has used the clip, which sees the model being given Botox injections around her eyes and chin, to strenuously deny claims that she is a plastic surgery addict and has encouraged other women, natural beauties or otherwise, to turn to cosmetic surgery saying: "Surgery is good for you." Dickinson has also used the coverage to criticise celebrities who aren't open about how they've used cosmetic surgery and non surgical treatments to boost their appearance. "I've done just about as much as every other actress and model out there. I'm just willing to talk about it," Dickinson said. "Trust me, I'm not going to name any names but they know who they are." The former model also said that while she uses Botox and dermal fillers to maintain a youthful appearance, she doesn't feel as though she's ever gone too far as she is still able to make natural facial expressions.