Martha Stewart reveals she’s bombarded with accusations she’s had a face lift

Martha Stewart is bombarded with accusations she’s had a face lift.
The lifestyle guru and self-made billionaire, 82, uses cosmetic dermatologist, Dr Dan Belkin, but has insisted she has never gone under knife to alter her looks.
She was joined by the medic on her ‘The Martha Stewart Podcast’ to chat about how she stays looking youthful, and said: “Everybody is so interested when they see a selfie of me posted on the Internet.
“So many comments are about my face lift and who did it and when did I have it done and how much retouching is on the photograph, and I just want to set the record straight.”
Martha denied getting plastic surgery in 2022, telling The New York Times: “I have never had plastic surgery.
“You can absolutely say that. No knife on my face, neck or back.”
According to Dr Belkin, the secret to her glow is a combination of different procedures, including fillers in her cheeks, muscle-relaxing injections in her jaw and neck and the use of multiple skin-tightening devices.
He said on her podcast: “We’ve done a little ultrasound tightening I think, a long time ago.
“We did a little softwave, which is an ultrasound based tightening device. And we’ve done a little bit of Ulthera, which is a great ultrasound-based skin tightening that works.”
Martha did admit in 2022 to having facial fillers twice a year as well as laser and microcurrent treatments from Dr Belkin.
She also said she has had regular facials at Mario Badescu’s salon since 1967.
But she has also stated exercise and juicing is central to her health and beauty regimes.