Todd Chrisley is admitting to having botox and laser treatments on his face after the reality star posted a shocking photo, which had many believing he has just recieved a facelift!!
The ‘Chrisley Knows Best’ star sent social media into a tailspin after posting a stunning photo where his skin appears to be much tighter and showing minimal wrinkles.
As you can imagine, many started to question him about a possible facelift, and how he was able to get such a dramatic look!
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“As you might have guessed, @juliechrisley didn’t like the facial hair so i am back to basic and boring,” Todd captioned the new photo — not mentioning his new look.
Fans lit up his IG asking questions like, “Did you use filters on this photo or have you had a facelift?” and saying, “Thank your plastic surgeon…your face is allllll filler.”
So, Chrisley responded to the inquires by stating, “You are so kind, I actually have no filler in my face, but if you sleep better thinking that, then consider me fillered up.”
As for the facelift, Chrisley said he has not done such a procedure, but admitted me may be down for it in the future!
As one point, Todd’s daughter Savannah Chrisley revealed the truth of his new look, saying he gets regular Botox injections every six months!
That’s when Chrisley revealed his entire beauty regiment online, saying, “Well, thank God for laser, Botox, and prayer.”
While discussing the topic, Todd revealed to his fans that he likes to maintain his appearance by using other beauty treatments. “Halo laser and hydro facials,” are the key to success, he admitted.
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Let’s be honest, the guy looks great!
As we reported, Todd Chrisley has had a rough past few months after testing positive for the COVID-19 virus, and being very sick from it’s symptoms.
The reality star was hospitalized for FOUR days as he fought the illness. He stated recently that it took over three weeks to fully recover from the disease and feels lucky to be alive.
“I survived it and I’m grateful to the good lord above that I have survived it,” he said.
He continued, “As much as I hate a needle, folks, I am going to give my plasma because if I can help someone else get better.”