Paris Hilton’s Throwback Pictures Spark Plastic Surgery Speculations

The rich heiress and media personality, Paris Hilton, decided to share pictures on her Instagram profile and show her followers what she looked like when she was 13, 15, and 16 years old. In three different photographs, Paris looks completely different, so, many suspected that she had undergone aesthetic procedures and corrections at the youngest age.

“At 13 practicing my pout pose for a selfie”, Paris wrote about her first published photo of her younger days, to which she received numerous inquiries as to whether she had corrected her lips by then.

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In a photo taken when she was 15, a lush neckline steals the spotlight.

“Back when I was 15 and discovered the magical wonders of a push-up bra”, the 38-year-old Paris wrote.

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Just a year later, or at the age of 16, she looks completely different, with visible changes on her face that are not just a result of growing up and puberty changes. “At 16 walking into the club with my fake ID”, Hilton captioned the photo.

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Despite all this, the celebrity socialite did not publicly admit doing plastic surgery, claiming that her whole body is natural, and for a youthful look, she has been using special cream since she was eight years old.

Paris revealed that the cream cost $ 150 and that her mother taught her to take care of her skin primarily.


“My mother always taught me to stay out of the sun and about how important skincare is,” explained Paris, who uses a product that bears her first and last name.

“Everyone who’s using it feels like I have the fountain of youth as part of my product line, so it’s amazing. Amazing and it actually works”, the attractive blonde claimed at the time.

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Last year, she admitted that she did not use Botox or fillers, but that she was obsessed with her skin. But experts and plastic surgeons say this is not possible because changes are more than visible to ordinary non-specialists.