Over the years, Sarah Parish has been accused of receiving plastic surgery treatment multiple times as she looks way too younger than women of her age. While she has not admitted to receiving any surgical procedures, the 54-year-old actress admitted to undergoing Ultherapy, a non-invasive procedure that uses ultrasound to help redefine the face and eliminate jowls to look younger.
Sarah Parish is an English actress who was born on June 7, 1968. She is well-known for her roles in television shows such as The Pillars of the Earth, Peak Practice, Hearts, and Bones, Cutting It, Doctor Who, Mistresses, Merlin, Atlantis, Monroe, HBO's Industry, Stay Close, Trollied, W1A, and Bancroft.
Parish was born in Yeovil, Somerset, to Bill and Thelma Parish; she has a sister named Julie and a brother named John Parish, who is a musician. She went to Preston School and Yeovil College for her education. She began acting at a young age and believes her first stage appearance was at the age of two in a pantomime in Tintinhull as the pearl in an oyster. She later went to Yeovil Youth Theatre.
Sarah Parish currently looks absolutely stunning. Th 54-year-old actress does not even look like she is in her middle 50s. As a result, many people wonder if she has undergone plastic surgery to prevent aging. Well, here's the truth.
Sarah Parish’s Plastic Surgery: The 54-Year-Old Actress Has Received Ultherapy, a Non-invasive Procedure That Uses Ultrasound to Help Redefine the Face and Eliminate Jowls!
As any actress over a certain age can attest, landing big roles without going under plastic surgery could be hard. However, the Broadchurch star Sarah Parish (@sarahparish23), 54, has undergone a groundbreaking new treatment to keep her looking young on-screen. The well-known actress is a fan of Ultherapy, a non-invasive procedure that uses ultrasound to help redefine the face and eliminate jowls.
Ultherapy employs focused ultrasound therapy to stimulate collagen production and thus naturally lift and tighten the skin. It incorporates traditional ultrasound imaging, which allows practitioners to see the layers of tissue they are treating, ensuring that the energy delivered is precise to the area of the patient that will benefit the most. Collagen, a natural protein that keeps skin firm and toned, loses its ability to withstand the effects of gravity as we age. This causes the skin to sag and drop naturally. This is where Ultherapy treatment can make a significant difference, particularly around the neck, jawline, and eyes.
Sarah Parish admitted she chose to try the treatment rather than the actual plastic surgery after noticing it had become hard to light her in certain areas due to her losing laxity in her skin and becoming jowly. The non-invasive treatment did not include the scary needles, and she claims the difference is already noticeable. Sarah underwent the 75-minute procedure at London's Cosmetic Skin Clinic, which does not require general anesthesia.
Although no anesthesia is required, patients are advised to take paracetamol and Ibuprofen prior to their session. A handheld machine is then used to target specific areas of the face, neck, and décolletage, delivering ultrasound micro-waves focused at depths ranging from one to four and a half mm in the dermis and hypodermis.
It is said to penetrate the same depth of skin as a facelift, but without drawing blood and with no downtime for recovery. The ultrasound stimulates the body's healing response, resulting in tissue repair as well as the synthesis of collagen and elastin, both of which are required for plumper, younger-looking skin.
Sarah Parish and Her Husband, James Murray, Run a Charity for This Extremely Moving Cause!
Sarah Parish is a well-known face in the UK, having played the manager of Valco's rival chain Lauda in Trollied and the wife of suspect Jim Atwood in Broadchurch series Three. Outside of the show, Parish may be known for her incredible support of University Hospital Southampton with her husband, actor James Murray (@thejimmurray). But how did Sarah Parish and James Murray meet, and what led to them becoming such important members of the hospital's new pediatric A&E unit?
Parish landed the lead role of Allie on BBC's Cutting It in 2002. Murray joined the cast of the show in its third season, which ended up being the couple's meet-cute. The couple married in December 2007, reportedly in the Hampshire countryside surrounded by friends and family, according to OK! magazine. A year later, the couple became pregnant with their first child, Ella-Jayne, who died eight months later due to a rare genetic disease.
Following their daughter's treatment at Southampton's Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, the couple established The Murray Parish Trust to raise funds for the department that cared for her. According to the Daily Mail, they've raised £2 million in two years since establishing the charity, which will go towards creating a state-of-the-art trauma center where it is estimated that 30,000 young patients will use the ward each year.