For years, it was extremely difficult to tell apart Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, iconic childhood stars best known for their roles on Full House. That isn’t the case any longer; several cosmetic procedures for each Olsen have left them looking rather…different.
Still shy of 30, both seem to have been bitten by the plastic surgery bug. Facelifts didn’t seem to do the trick and have apparently left them both unhappy with their appearance.
Ashley opted for a liquid facelift, a procedure very popular with women over 40. Liquid facelifts use filler and fat to provide balance to the facial structure, adding Botox to erase fine lines and wrinkles. While these results aren’t permanent, they can take up to a year to fully wear off.
Sadly, Olsen had a complication after the procedure called necrosis, where the treated skin turns black and slowly dies. This process is sometimes referred to as tissue death, and is a result of a lack of blood flow. When not treated quickly enough, it can cause permanent damage like severe scarring or blindness. Sounds like a nightmare.
Thankfully, it doesn’t appear that Olsen’s condition will cause permanent damage as it was caught very quickly. Sources say that although the procedure didn’t go quite as smoothly as planned, Ashley will be back in the office for fillers and Botox in the future.
The twins have decided to focus their efforts outside of Hollywood, and are investing much of their time and money into their growing fashion lines. They originally found their way into our hearts sharing the role of Michelle Tanner on the hit show Full House before moving into TV films.Popular titles starring the duo include Double, Double, Toil and Trouble, Billboard Dad, When in Rome, and Passport to Paris.
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