For nearly 25 years, Debra Messing has graced our TV screens in Ned & Stacey, Will & Grace, Smash, The Mysteries of Laura, and more hit shows. But frankly, the actress looks just as stunning now as when she first started in showbiz! So, how does Debra maintain her gorgeously youthful looks?
Many fans have speculated that the 49-year-old — like so many other stars — has turned to plastic surgery to alter her features. In an interview with Closer Weekly, Dr. Vartan Mardirossian revealed that the Emmy winner may have undergone a rhinoplasty, as her nose has a "nice scoop and the tip has just the right amount of rotation and projection." Debra could have also received fillers in her cheekbones and smile lines and gotten Botox in her forehead and around her eyes. "I cannot comment about a facelift [or] neck lift but she has no howling and she has a very well defined jawline and beautiful skin," he said.
Debra in 1998 (left) and 2017 (right). (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
"She has possibly gotten a little Botox in the forehead to maintain the wrinkle-free appearance there," Dr. Andrew Miller added. And Dr. Adam Hamawy told Closer he also believes Debra received Botox injections. But, we do know that the redhead has helped maintain her youthful glow and fit figure through the magic of CoolSculpting! "It works, it really works," Debra has said of the non-invasive, fat-freezing treatment. "I want to shout it to the world like, 'You guys will not believe this.' [Your fat is] frozen and then it slowly leaves your body. It's incredible!" The actress is now proudly working as a spokeswoman for the popular treatment, which also counts model Molly Sims as a fan.
"I'm a wimp so anything that involves knives or a hospital is not good. Here's something that you literally just walk into your dermatologist's office and they put something on my belly for an hour and then you put your clothes back on and you walk out the door and then a couple of months later [the fat] is gone," Debra recently told E! News of the procedure. Sounds too good to be true!