So it’s true: she is all for cosmetic surgery. The 31-year-old reality star admitted in an interview with Cosmopolitan, “there's this misconception that I'm not into plastic surgery, but I'm into it and I don't care if you have it.” She continued by comparing it to an everyday beauty routine, “it’s almost like make-up. We're all putting on a f***ing mask basically every day anyway, When you dye your hair, you're changing who you are, and I don't think there's anything wrong with that.”
Could Khloe’s tune changed due to the fact she has become celeb endorser of Kybella and its Live Chin Up campaign. Kybella is an increasingly popular new treatment that targets double chins. The non-surgical injectable is carried out at Cosmetique Aesthetics in LA, the treatment is to help improve the jaw line and contours fatty areas. The Kardashian sister was recently questioned about her sliming nose which she denies is the work of a cosmetic surgeon but that of weight loss.
MYA Cosmetic Surgeon Dr Andrea Giannitrapani, a rhinoplasty specialist agrees that “weight loss can affect the aesthetic outcome of a person’s nose and face therefore resulting in the allusion of a rhinoplasty procedure when comparing pre-weight loss images”.
Khloe even joked in a recent interview that it is also thanks to the contorting skills of her makeup artist “When I wash my face, my nose is wider.”
Ms Kardashian’s changing figure has been a huge topic the past few months as she has been increasing fitness and workout videos posted to her social media followers. All the hard work she is putting in has equated to her losing a total of 40 pounds (2 and a half stone). Khloe even added in the interview that she has friends that have had liposuction (she didn’t name names) explaining “ if you're working out, and you have a trouble area, and it's still bothering you, then go fix it if you want, I definitely am a fan of plastic surgery. I just think you need to go through the proper channels first.”