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Paige DeSorbo Clarifies If She’s Had Plastic Surgery
The Summer House cast member is sharing an “up close and personal” look at her skincare regimen.
Paige DeSorbo is spilling all the details on her skincare regimen. The Summer House cast member recently took to Instagram to share how she keeps her skin healthy and youthful-looking, and clarified whether she’s ever undergone plastic surgery.
On August 12, Paige shared a detailed breakdown of her beauty routine on her Instagram Stories. “Okay about to post my new dermatologist and skin regimen, disclaimer - I’ve never had Botox or filler or plastic surgery,” she explained in a text-only slide, also going on to add, “I’m not against it whatsoever[.] I will get Botox at some point but I want to stay as natural as long as I can. So this is my new regimen.”
While Botox and other cosmetic procedures are not currently part of Paige’s routine, she does undergo regular laser facial treatments, as she captured in another photo on Instagram.
“We are up close and personal - I have a lot of sun damage but I do this laser once a month for fine lines and firmness - no filter this is my real skin,” she wrote in the caption. “This also tightens your pores.”
Paige went on to show off the selection of Dr. Dennis Gross products she uses on a daily basis: a cleansing gel, wrinkle treatment, moisturizer, and SPF.
Paige has previously proved she’s not afraid to ditch the filters on Instagram. Back in June, she posted a bare-faced, makeup-free photo while sharing an important message about beauty standards.
“I feel like recently I get so many more [direct messages] from girls in high school and college,” Paige captioned two side-by-side photos of herself — one with a full face of glam en route to an event and another without a stitch of makeup. “The top picture is a team of professionals doing my hair and makeup and the bottom picture is [me] a few hours prior. Just because people looked airbrushed on TV and Instagram it’s important to know that’s not real.”