MARIEL HEMINGWAY, AGE 48
Getting older in Hollywood is “hard as hell!” admits Mariel Hemingway, who started acting at age 13. No surprise then that the actress-turned-author (her latest book, Mariel’s Kitchen: Simple Ingredients for a Delicious and Satisfying Life, came out last spring) has dabbled in nearly every antiaging remedy out there. “I did try Botox,” she says. “I’m not opposed to a little something to soften things.” She has also tried fillers, which she injected into her laugh lines and above her upper lip, and even had her lips plumped up, “but it was all wrong,” she says. “I felt bloated.” Today, Hemingway is trying to stick to all-natural options. “I use night clay. I use a hot peel. I do a pumpkin peel. I do something every day!” she says. The one thing she won’t resort to? A face-lift—well, at least not yet. “I say no now, but I don’t know,” she says. “I’m still in a place where I don’t think it makes a person look better.”
“If you feel like having it, go for it!” says Rutherford, who has visited her doctor for Botox injections.
The High School Musical star had a nose job to correct a deviated septum and smooth out two bumps from a fracture she suffered as a teen.
Rinna says the plumped-up pout she got from a silicone injection to her upper lip “made me who I am.”
“Botox delivers amazing results,” says the So You Think You Can Dance judge, who gets it three times a year.
Richards said she had two surgeries to fix implants she got at 19, which were “way too big for my body.”
“I simply went from an A cup to a B cup,” she told PEOPLE. “I didn’t want to have double Ds and be a size 2.”
Frankel admits to “trying” Botox and gets monthly microdermabrasion treatments.
LUANN DE LESSEPS
The Countess claims yoga headstands—not Botox!—keep her skin wrinkle-free.
Singer gets Vela Smooth for cellulite and Botox “to put off a face-lift as long as possible,” she says.
Zarin recently got a breast reduction. She’s also a “proud” Botox user, getting injections every 6 months.
She boasts of being all-natural, adding, “I probably need Botox, but I haven’t had it!”
“I wasn’t thrilled with Botox,” says the ex-model, adding that now, “I’m proud of every wrinkle I have.”
She has implants, and Gunvalson also admits she gets regular Botox and Juvéderm injections.
She has implants and gets Botox and intense pulse light treatments to treat sun damage.
Keough admits to implants but shies away from discussing Botox with her fellow Housewives.
“I’m all-natural: My boobs are real!” she insists, adding, “It’s all about the bra.” As for Botox? She’s tried it once.
Curtin has implants and gets Botox, she says: “Anything that makes you look and feel better is the way to go!”
Bellino goes for regular Botox and gets Juvederm once a year to fill laugh lines and plump up lips.
She has implants and got veneers “so my smile would be beautiful,” she says.
“I don’t do fillers,” she says, though she did get a breast augmentation.
She claims to be cosmetic- and plastic surgery-free.
Unhappy with a breast augmentation, she had her implants removed.
She has implants, gets Botox injections and gets Velashape for cellulite.
THE REAL HOUSEWIVES
All Our Nips and Tucks!
What does it take to be a reality-TV housewife? Implants, cellulite treatments and lots of injections
NEW JERSEY HOUSEWIVES
Guidice went from an A cup to a C cup during Season 1.
Laurita has implants and has said she gets Botox.
Manzo denies having had any work done.
Staub has breast implants, has had lip injections and gets Botox.
“The lips are real!” Manzo insists. But she admits to having implants.