It is nearly impossible to don’t know the multi-billion dollar hotel chain heiress Paris Hilton. Whether if from her reality soap The Simple Life, in which she combs through the country life together with her ex-BFF Nicole Richie, or due to numerous scandals which frequently fill up the headlines of various celebrity magazines. Constantly she causes a commotion. However, in recent years it became a little quieter about the party queen – if the reason might be that Paris has gradually gained maturity with her 34 years now?
Well, let’s say – yes. Despite her, well, matured personality it seems as time has passed her face without a trace. No mention of “aging signs”. Her skin still looks radiantly fresh, young, and vital and is obviously supplied with the most important nutrients. But how does the hobby DJ manage this?
Recently Paris is making one thing plain – Botox was never used in her face. It’s not about she didn’t want to try it once, but her doctor was vehemently refusing to do the treatment – her skin would be too perfect! Paris explains this fact in following words: “I am very lucky that I have listened to my mom through my young age. She told me to stay away from the sun.” This advice was visibly worth a mint. UVA and UVB radiation, contained in sunlight are namely leading to premature aging, the so-called “photo aging” due to damage of skin cells. Paris doesn’t really have to matter, because thanks to her mom’s tip at least these types of wrinkles remain spared.
Granted, Paris’ skin is really fine for her age and we cannot accuse her of Botox. Frowning, screwing up her eyes – all this things are working. Thus the neurotoxin Botox can in fact be excluded as cause of this comparatively very good skin conditions. But perhaps we would have the one or other speculation in which natural way the hotel heiress could have been resourceful.
Therapies with stem cells and autologous fat are for example optimally suited for a visible wrinkle reduction. Thereby the patient undergoes a liposuction by the means of fine microcannulas in the first step. Out of this small amount of obtained fat valuable stem cells are extracted and afterwards injected into desired tissue. The positive characteristics of stem cells promote skin regeneration to a large extent and consequently lead to an improved complexion.
Another procedure with star potential is platelet-rich plasma (PRP), which is also popularly known as vampire lifting and has already conquered Hollywood for the last few years. Thereby blood platelets (thrombocytes) are obtained from the patient’s blood and afterwards again injected into the skin. By doing so, a regenerative process will be started which, as a result, provides a radiant skin texture à la Paris Hilton. The same effect can be achieved through injection of growth factors.
But maybe Paris did solely supply her skin early enough and frequently with the most important basic components. One possibility to compensate a physiologic decrease of collagen and hyaluronic acid in the skin would be the daily intake of Perfect Skin by DDr. Heinrich® Beauty Drink or Powder. The ingredients of our product give your skin back its moisture and elasticity and make you look significantly younger.
If Paris would ever reveal her secret about her perfect skin remains to be seen. And even if it perhaps sounds a little astonishing, she is obviously one of these women who put value on naturalness and who don’t want to kill their mimic with Botox or other artificial fillers. And she is absolutely right with that.
DDr. Heinrich, MD