This March 16 the actress Belén Rueda has turned 58 years old and the truth is that the woman is wonderful. The mythical protagonist of ‘Los Serrano’ hardly shows any wrinkles on her face, she has perfect cheekbones and even has a forehead so smooth that It seems like time has never passed for her.. However, the resemblance of the Bethlehem of a few years ago to that of now is conspicuous by its absence. What has Rueda done?
According to what Dr. Barba Martínez told the newspaper ‘El Español’ in her day, the actress would have used the most subtle techniques to beautify her face: “There are techniques between medical and surgical that are minimally invasive. They can help a face a lot, as is the case of Belén Rueda,” says the expert.
The doctor assures that to have a face like the one that Belén looks like, the interpreter of ‘El Orfanato’ could have spent almost 5,000 euros and going up: “A facial laser that unifies the skin -from 500 euros-, a blepharoplasty laser without scalpel cutting that rejuvenates the look -since 2000-, facial support threads to define the facial oval -since 1500- and a bit of botox for 300 euros”, quantifies Barba Martínez.
In addition to her good genetics, these techniques in small doses and well advised by experts have made Berta Vázquez’s Goya partner look impeccable without having to miss work. She herself recognized in ‘Planeta Calleja’ that she usually goes through ‘little machines’: “For our work as an actress cosmetic surgery on the face is dangerous, very dangerous, because it is true that the gesture changes you. We speak with our eyes, with our face. He would never do it to my face. I have done absolutely nothing to myself,” he began by saying.
“I’m going to the center of a friend of mine who he continually makes me machines and I’m very careful not sleep with makeup on, etc… I did have surgery on my chest at the time”she herself confessed to Jesús Calleja, assuring that she had never undergone any buttock operation.
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