Jill Zarin may be a "Real Housewife", but the blade-free plastic surgery she recently underwent seems practically unreal, especially to those who have forgone plastic surgery in the past due to a fear of going "under the knife."
Zarin, who recently showed up at the TV Land Awards looking fresh-faced and glowing, despite not showing signs of the after-effects of plastic surgery, recently told People her secret.
"I have a liquid facelift every six months. It really works. No knives!"
So how, exactly, does it work?
A "liquid facelift" is a procedure where injectables - namely Restylane - are used along the jawline and sides of the face in order to achieve the same lifting results as a face lift, but without the down time, serious pain and surgical procedure.
If it sounds too good to be true, keep in mind that Zarin does admit to a drawback or two to the procedure.
"I won't say it doesn't hurt," says Zarin, 47. "But it's 100 percent worth it. She took ten years off my face."
In a society that seems set on all manner of surgical enhancement, from breasts to nose jobs to facial restructuring in forms both minor and extreme, a liquid facelift certainly seems to be the lesser of what some would consider to be evils. Then again, Zarin is still a woman in the spotlight, promoting plastic surgery and the associated ideals of beauty that go along with it.
What do you think about it? The results? What about plastic surgery in general?