Stassi Schroeder Was "Desperate" for This Plastic Surgery — and Has No Regrets

Stassi Schroeder Was "Desperate" for This Plastic Surgery — and Has No Regrets

The Vanderpump Rules beauty opened up about her chin implant, breast reduction surgery, Botox, and more. 

By Talia Ergas

When it comes to plastic surgery, Stassi Schroeder is an open book — literally. In her new tome, Next Level Basic (which was released today!), the Vanderpump Rules author recalls her past surgical procedures, including a chin implant and a breast reduction. 

The chin implant specifically, a high school graduation gift from her parents, is "one of the best things I ever did," Stassi writes in her book, as PEOPLE notes. "To this day it makes me feel better about myself."

And if you're uneasy about the concept of plastic surgery as a high school graduation gift, Stassi invites you to check your opinions at the door: “If you’re questioning their parenting skills, whatevs,” writes the 30-year-old. “They trusted my judgment, and I was desperate for a bigger chin and more defined jawline.”

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Another procedure Stassi has no regrets about: her 2015 breast reduction and lift surgery. “Let me tell you, it is constantly uncomfortable to feel a heavy book hanging like a pancake on your stomach,” Stassi explains, adding that she told her plastic surgeon she "didn’t care about the scars — just butcher me up.”

Stassi also admitted that she enjoys her injectibles from time to time, namely Botox and lip fillers. Since dating Beau Clark, though, her boyfriend has banned her from the latter “because he thinks it makes me look like a baboon."

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