Iggy Azalea Credits This Cosmetic Procedure for Her Glowing Summer Skin

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Iggy Azalea is no stranger to cosmetic procedures. The 26-year-old rapper has already copped to a nose job and breast augmentation, but unlike other celebrities who’ve clearly had some work done, she has no problem being vocal about her choice to undergo plastic surgery.

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In an Instagram post, she praises her Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, Dr. Ashkan Ghavami, for the reason she has “fabulous, perky boobs.” The Aussie rapper also confesses returning to the surgeon to undergo skin treatments that help her maintain healthy-looking skin in the summer. “He does PRP skin treatments now, which happens to be why I stopped by. Summer is here and you #CantFakeGoodSkin,” wrote Azalea.

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You might remember platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy as the vampire facial that Kim Kardashian made famous a few years ago. Now that PRP therapy is more common, it’s less known for its scary-sounding moniker and more known for its skin-rejuvenating benefits. The noninvasive procedure involves using a patient’s own blood and putting it into a centrifuge to isolate platelets that contain natural growth factors, which are then injected back into the skin. PRP therapy can be performed in combination with dermal fillers or microneedling, which improves the skin’s absorption of the growth factors. The benefits of PRP therapy include improved skin tone and texture, increased collagen production, restored volume and the reduction of fine lines and wrinkles. From the looks of  it, PRP is doing wonders for Iggy’s summer skin. 

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