Martha Stewart Doesn’t Want To Look Her Age ‘At All’
Martha Stewart is happy to discuss how she keeps herself looking so radiant. The lifestyle mogul, 82, has opened up about all the cosmetic procedures she does in order to look and feel youthful. During the season two premiere of her The Martha Stewart Podcast on Thursday (February 8), Stewart was joined by her cosmetic dermatologist. During the episode, the two discussed the Botox, fillers, and skin tightening Stewart has done. “Everybody is so interested when they see a selfie of me posted on the Internet,” she says in the episode. The entrepreneur said that all the commentary and questions about her facelift make her want to set the record straight.
Dermatologist Dr. Dan Belkin broke down the treatments Stewart has come to him for. He listed muscle-relaxing injections in her neck and jawline and described the type of fillers he used for her cheeks. Stewart also admits that having Botox on the upper part of her face has backfired on her at times, describing how her eyebrows unnaturally go up in a V shape. Not remembering all of her procedures, she asked Dr. Belkin to help jog her memory. He shared they’ve explored skin tightening procedures, ultrasound tightening, and softwave (which he describes is an ultrasound-based tightening device), Ulthera (an ultrasound-based skin tightening “that works”).
Stewart revealed in the episode how she honestly feels about getting older. Though she says she doesn’t “think a lot about age,” the television personality doesn’t “want to look my age at all. And that’s why I really work hard at it,” she says. The billionaire isn’t only about surface improvements. She says she prioritizes exercise and keeps tabs on her diet in a healthy way. As we reported last May, Stewart made history as Sports Illustrated‘s oldest model to grace the cover of the annual swimsuit issue.