John Kerry Facelift Plastic Surgery Before and After

Some people find it hard to believe that politicians go under the knife, but they do it quite frequently.

It has long been speculated that John Kerry, the current U.S. Secretary of State, might be one of them.

These rumors are even more intriguing considering the fact that John is a male politician. Although not a scandal, it is probably something Senator Kerry would not want the public to know.

However, John is an old man by all standards, which points to the fact that he may have likely gone under the knife to slow down ageing since he looks younger than he actually is. It is a well-known fact that Senator Kerry broke his nose and bruised his in a hockey match back in 2012.

However, speculators believe that it is a cover up for the possible cosmetic procedures he may have had, such as Botox injections, brow lift, facelift, facial fillers and rhinoplasty. Apparently it was very strategic that only John’s eye and nose area had been affected.

Considering that John Kerry is a politician after all, it is understandable that many people do not believe his claim regarding the injury. Apparently, numerous accredited plastic surgery experts confirmed that the allegations that John Kerry’s bruises were a result of plastic surgery.

John Kerry Facelift Plastic Surgery Before and After

John Kerry Facelift Plastic Surgery Before and After

Tina Alster, a Washington-based plastic surgeon, claims that Senator Kerry had limited movement of his face at that time, especially on the left side. She suspects that he may have gotten Botox injected into his face and may have also had a facelift at that time.

Dr. Bary Cohen, a Maryland-based plastic surgeon, believes that no movement was seen within John Kerry’s face at all, which is most likely a result of cosmetic procedures.

Considering that Senator John Kerry’s cheeks are not as sunken as they should be for a man his age and the fact that his face is mostly free of wrinkles, all of these plastic surgery experts and the rumors are probably correct.