Keke Palmer Nose Job

Keke Palmer Wants a Nose Job

Keke Palmer, 28 years old actress best known for her roles in Barbershop 2: Back in Business and Akeelah and the Bee, is fed up with her chronic skin condition. On Wednesday afternoon, the Nope star took to Instagram to ask why plastic surgeons have yet to discover a cure for her acne.

The actress has previously spoken candidly about her skin issues, including being diagnosed with PCOS which can lead to acne and facial hair growth. To combat these issues, she’s shared makeup tips and skincare routines that have helped keep her face clear.

Due to her ongoing battle with adult acne, Palmer often shares candid photos and videos of her skin on social media platforms like Instagram Stories. Additionally, she frequently provides makeup advice and tricks for fans on these same platforms.

Despite her best efforts, she remains struggling with acne. In December 2020, she revealed on Instagram that she had been diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a hormonal condition which can wreak havoc on your complexion.

She revealed that she has been using a face wash and moisturizer prescribed to her by her doctor, in addition to having an existing skin condition. Furthermore, she has a history of erectile dysfunction as well as diabetes.

Palmer has been seeking solutions to her acne problems by trying various cosmetic products. Additionally, she’s tried the “Mia” treatment – a non-surgical injection that helps minimize pores’ appearance.

Keke remains defiant about not having plastic surgery to alter her looks, and she doesn’t expect a quick fix or instant results; rather, she seeks an end-game solution to the long-term issue of adult acne.

According to Palmer’s Instagram post, she is fed up with spending both time and money trying to keep her skin clear. She’s done trying to achieve perfection through diet and expensive facials but is ready for a break from all that effort.

The “Nope” star also questioned why plastic surgeons haven’t discovered an acne cure yet, given all of the advances made in the industry. She asked: “Is there a way to transplant skin?”

In her video, she mockingly criticised plastic surgeons for failing to find a cure for her acne in an amusing tone.

Jennifer Grey’s mom, actor Jo Wilder, had her own nose job when she was younger. Although her mother always encouraged her to get one, the actress never felt the need for one.

As she matured and gained more notoriety, her parents realized the importance of looking her best. Women need to feel confident about themselves; having a negative self-image is never desirable.

In 2022, the “Nope” star recorded a video in which she mocked plastic surgeons for not finding an effective cure for her acne. She asked why there wasn’t some way to transplant skin in order to erase blemishes and keep her face free of bacteria-causing agents.

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