Strictly’s 62-year-old Shirley Ballas continues to show off incredible results of her ‘facelift’


Shirley Ballas looked sensational as she left her hotel for Strictly’s first live show at Birmingham’s Utilita Arena on Friday.

The 62-year-old Head Judge continued to flaunt a youthful complexion after a recent non-surgical facelift.

Shirley donned a plaid coat and packed her essentials in a £1,900 Gucci bag embellished with a lion’s head.

Smile: Shirley Ballas, 62, looked sensational as she walked out of her hotel room for Strictly's first live show at Birmingham's Utilita Arena on Friday.

Smile: Shirley Ballas, 62, looked sensational as she walked out of her hotel room for Strictly’s first live show at Birmingham’s Utilita Arena on Friday.

The result: The Strictly star, 62, recently posed for many gorgeous before and after snaps and said,

The result: The Strictly star, 62, recently posed for many gorgeous before and after snaps and said, “This is the best I’ve seen in years” (left is 2022, right in 2023)

She layered a chic jacket over black jeans and slipped her legs into chunky boots.

She flaunted her flawless skin, wore no makeup, and completed the ensemble with a black bobble hat.

Before being driven out before her first show, she smiled and waved to fans as she left the hotel.

The New You: Head Judge Continued To Show Off A Youthful Complexion After A Recent Non-Surgical Facelift

Throwback: Filmed in 2004

The New You: Head Judge continued to flaunt a youthful complexion following a recent non-surgical facelift (2004).

Expensive: Shirley wrapped herself warmly in a plaid coat and packed her essentials in a £1,900 Gucci bag embellished with a lion's head.

Expensive: Shirley wrapped herself warmly in a plaid coat and packed her essentials in a £1,900 Gucci bag embellished with a lion’s head.

Panel: Fellow judges Anton du Beek and Craig Revel Horwood (pictured) were also spotted heading to the venue.

Dancer: Anton Du Beke Photos

Panel: Fellow judges Anton du Beek (right) and Craig Revell Horwood (left) were also spotted heading to the venue.

That’s after Shirley posed for a number of gorgeous before-and-after snaps earlier this week and said, “This is the best I’ve seen in years.”

Since last February, the former dancer has visited Dr. Judy Todd, one of Britain’s top cosmetic doctors, to rejuvenate her appearance without going under the knife.

Shirley said: ‘.

Excited?Will Mellor triumphantly appears before the first performance

Excited?Will Mellor triumphantly appears before the first performance

Stand out: Fuller East turned heads with his bright green coat

Dancer: She danced along the street and waved to the fans

Catch attention: Fuller East danced along the streets in a bright green coat to attract attention.

Fan: Olympian Ellie Simmons (left) takes a selfie with a fan

Fan: Olympian Ellie Simmons (left) takes a selfie with a fan

Spoiled and Rotten: Dianne Buswell was gifted a t-shirt by a Strictly viewer

Spoiled and Rotten: Dianne Buswell was gifted a t-shirt by a Strictly viewer

Smile: Kai Widlington (right) also stopped by to chat with fans waiting in the cold

Smile: Kai Widlington (right) also stopped by to chat with fans waiting in the cold

“I wanted to do my best, but I didn’t really want to go under the knife, so I thought I’d try this alternative route.”

Shirley modeled a selection of chic outfits for the shoot and went makeup free to show off her newly toned skin and glowing complexion.

The procedure included regular NeoGen Plasma treatments that use nitrogen plasma pulses that deliver controlled high temperatures deep into the skin tissue to significantly boost collagen and elastin production.

Winner: Rain Champion Jowita Priztal looked chic in a cream coat, which she layered over a sweater.

Style: She completed the look with Louis Vuitton

WINNER: Jowita Priztal, a champion in the rain, looked chic in a cream coat, layered over a Louis Vuitton belted sweater.

Quirky: Host Janet Manrara donned a quirky white fur gilet

Quirky: Host Janet Manrara donned a quirky white fur gilet

Experts: Amy Dowden (right) and Michelle Tsiakkas (left)

Experts: Amy Dowden (right) and Michelle Tsiakkas (left)

The NeoGen treatment took about 30 minutes and was applied all over her face, including her delicate eye area, specifically targeting her jawline, chest and hands.

After admitting that she wasn’t sure what to expect, Shirley continued to gulp about the amazing results.

she said: ‘My jawline feels less saggy, rejuvenated, brighter and cleaner.

Love life:

Love life: “My skin is brighter, healthier, and looking better. My jawline is so much better and I’m so excited that people are seeing results.”

“I was a little apprehensive at first, but I’m a little excited about the results.”

“Every woman in her 60s wants to feel confident. Now that I’m 62, I have to say I feel the best I’ve ever felt.”

“My skin is brighter, healthier, and looking better. My jawline is much better, so I’m very excited that people are acknowledging the results.”

Doctor: The program included regular Neogen plasma treatments. It uses nitrogen plasma pulses to deliver controlled high temperatures deep into the skin tissue, greatly stimulating the production of collagen and elastin.

Doctor: The program included regular Neogen plasma treatments. It uses nitrogen plasma pulses to deliver controlled high temperatures deep into the skin tissue, greatly stimulating the production of collagen and elastin.

Shirley was also prescribed Obagi topical skin care for daily use and took a natural G-herb supplement to help speed up skin repair and boost skin’s nutritional levels.

In total over the ten months, Shirley’s treatments and topical skin care products cost her about £5,000.

Dr Judy Todd runs clinics at the Cadogan Clinic in London and the Synergy Clinic in Glasgow.

A female expert’s view: costly but effective

The treatment Shirley Ballas performed with Dr. Judy Todd, a Glasgow-based consultant anesthesiologist and cosmetologist, is a relatively new treatment.

NeoGen Plasma was launched in the US in 2013 and arrived in the UK in 2017. Dr Todd he has been using for a year and is one of several UK practitioners currently offering.

It can be taken as a one-time high-intensity treatment that takes an hour and costs around £3,000, but requires about 10 days of downtime indoors for your face to heal.

If you spread out the treatment like Shirley did, there’s no downtime. Patients are often given a skin repair growth factor serum anti-age to aid healing.

Low-intensity sessions cost around £750 each, with chest and hand treatments an additional £250 each.

It can be seen that Shirley’s patchy skin pigmentation has also disappeared.

Alice Hart-Davies

Founder of Tweak Guide

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