Laura Dern has always denied getting plastic surgery but experts believe that she has had Botox, a rhinoplasty, facelift, neck lift, lips filler, and cheeks fillers. The Jurassic World: Dominion star said that she values aging and has a daily skincare regime with which she gets by to maintain her looks. Laura Dern thinks that traditional plastic surgery is phasing out anyways.
Laura Dern is an American actress, director, and producer who most notably has played the role of Ellie Sattler in Steven Spielberg's adventure film Jurassic Park, a role that she reprised in the sequels Jurassic Park III and Jurassic World Dominion. This is the role that catapulted her to international fame. She is also known for portraying Renata Klein in the drama series Big Little Lies. She won a Primetime Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award for her performance in the series.
Laura Dern was born to actor Bruce Dern and actress Diane Ladd. She started her acting career in the 1980s and in her career till now, she has been awarded an Academy Award, an Emmy Award, and five Golden Globe Awards.
She has completed more than fifty years in showbiz and she looks fine now as she has looked. She still has the charm and the looks which has led people to wonder if she had the help of plastic surgery. But she seems to be someone who values aging and someone who has not fallen prey to the pressures of society to look beautiful. Continue reading to know more about Laura Dern's plastic surgery, whether she's done it and what are her opinions about it!
Laura Dern's Plastic Surgery: The Big Little Lies Actress' Daily Skincare Regimen and Graceful Aging Without Cosmetic Surgery!
Even though Laura Dern (@lauradern) has always denied getting plastic surgery and is against it, experts believe that she has had Botox, a rhinoplasty, facelift, neck lift, lips filler, and cheeks fillers, which have helped her maintain her looks.
Laura Dern is one of those rare ones in Hollywood who appears to be aging gracefully. After being around on the big and small screen forever which is more than 50 years in showbiz, she looks that kind of great which raises the question: are her looks natural? Could she have aged naturally in a notoriously difficult industry without succumbing to the pressures it imposes on actors to look flawlessly fine? Without plastic surgery?
Well, it would seem so, going by Laura Dern's views on plastic surgery. She does recognize the pressure to look a certain way, not just in Hollywood but in all professions, and how there's no avoiding it but she's also stayed adamant in fighting it. Without downplaying that, she, along with others, has been fighting hard to change the culture and create a real paradigm shift around ageism, racism, and all the things that make people feel less, whether it’s the color of their skin or the wrinkles or blemishes on it.
Furthermore, Laura Dern is of the opinion that traditional plastic surgery is soon going to phase out, what with medicine and cosmetic health advancing with more ways to take care of ourselves. Plus, the pressure society puts on women to look beautiful all the time is shifting. Shifting, but not yet shifted that has got people thinking if Laura herself has fallen a victim to it and has succumbed to plastic surgery to maintain her looks and reduce the effects of aging.
And Laura Dern may have denied ever getting plastic surgery but experts differ in their opinion. Of course, they might be wrong. If they are, then they (Vartan Mardirossian, MD, FACS) wrongly believe that it’s possible she may have gotten 'Botox to forehead, a rhinoplasty, facelift and neck lift, and filler to cheeks and lips.'
She may have, but she may not have as well if she didn't give in to the Hollywood pressures and listened to herself and Steven Speilberg. Laura Dern once admitted that the famed director who directed her in Jurassic Park once told her to never get plastic surgery. She said that he said to her, 'People will tell you what you could do to your face years from now. Don't you ever touch your face,' when she was 23 right before a close-up.
Steven Spielberg told Laura Dern that her face is perfect, that it's female and emotional. That stuck with her. And determined to be human in her acting, she owned her power and her womanhood and when she did that, she grew into her beauty. That way, she said, your face finds you, and if people felt that, they would not feel the need for plastic surgery.
The Hollywood star seems to have gone that route and avoided plastic surgery altogether and focused more on aging naturally and gracefully. Instead of obsessing over how she looks, she fixated more on self-care and gave more value to the beauty of aging. In an interview, she chronicled her daily skin care regimen which is the secret to her graceful aging.
The secret to Laura Dern's radiance at her age is not plastic surgery but just a few beloved staples that she has. She shared that she had been going to Face Place for facials for many years and she washes and moisturizes with their products at home. Her discovery of Kate Somerville Dermal Quench spray, which is oxygen you spray on your face also proved beneficial.
Laura Dern is not very diligent as she should be about sunscreen but she doesn't skip an SPF by Dermalogica when she's going to be in the sun. So far, all of this has been enough for her to maintain her looks naturally so that she doesn't think about having plastic surgery. She doesn't even use Instagram filters.
Besides, she has always been the woman who values and respects aging naturally, which probably came from watching her mother Diane Ladd dominate Hollywood. She said in an interview that her mother cared about honoring aging as a woman and celebrating aging and it was nice seeing someone want to be comfortable with age as a storyteller and as a woman and to own it instead of having shame about it.
The way Laura Dern was raised, she was never going to get plastic surgery and avoid aging.