If you missed news of Michele Obama’s 50th birthday bash this past weekend, you probably have been hiding out under a rock. For an entire week, the upcoming party for the First Lady made headlines; and on her birthday, the stories flew! It is exciting for the public to see just how beautiful 50 can really be. Michele wears her age well, looking gorgeous every step of the way. But . . . has she had the help of cosmetic surgery?
In an interview released by People magazine, Mrs. Obama talks candidly about her efforts to stay healthy and fit. Eating right is notably a giant part of her life. She has also made an effort to utilize a more ‘age-appropriate’ exercise routine. Mrs. Obama says she is opting for less weight training and cardio (although these are still important). In their place, she is adding yoga for flexibility.
The First Lady has an amazing physique; her arms are the number one celebrity influence for women seeking an Arm Lift (Brachioplasty). Her habits and workout routine have undoubtedly made a huge impact on her graceful slide into the 50’s. Most women know though, a point may come when it takes more than just diet and exercise to stay gorgeous.
During her interview with People, Mrs. Obama explained that she has not yet gone to her plastic surgeon for a beauty-boost, but she is certainly not ruling it out. “Right now, I don’t imagine that I would go that route, but I’ve also learned to never say ‘never’. Women should have the freedom to do whatever they need to do to feel good about themselves,” she told the interviewer. Would the President veto such a plan? Odds are, no; in this case, Michele’s vote is the only one that counts.
If you are getting closer to 50, or have long passed this mile-marker behind, there are powerful tools at your cosmetic surgeon’s office that can keep you looking and feeling your best. Call Vitenas Cosmetic Surgery at 281.484.088 to set up a consultation appointment. We will explain your surgical and noninvasive options, as well as all of the financing options available; developing a treatment plan tailored to your individual needs and wants.