Sophie Herrmann revealed she embarked on a ‘quest for immortality and eternal beauty’ with £7,000 Death Becomes Her Face, insisting she ‘won’t feel the guilt of aging beautifully’.
Ex Made in Chelsea The 35-year-old star began her cosmetic adventure by flying to Istanbul, Turkey for stem cell treatment after being inspired by the 1992 black comedy where disappearing actresses drink eternal youth potion
She continued to insist that she once resembled the Joker after a failed filling in 2017, but that quickly disappeared when she saw herself on TV.
Wow! Sophie German revealed she began her ‘quest for immortality’ with £7,000 Death Becomes Her Face, insisting she ‘won’t feel the guilt of aging beautifully’.
In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, Sophie explained how the procedure began with plastic surgeon Dr Tiriaki suctioning out a “bit” of fat from her thigh at Gyretepe Florence Nightingale Hospital.
He then extracted the substance for his stem cells in a “wonder machine” before injecting it back to her”facial bone and every layer of the epidermis of the skin.’
She continued: “They also did a bit of micro, it’s called Nano Fat Transfer, on the temples and cheekbones to restore the bone structure.”
Beauty: The 35-year-old former Made In Chelsea star began her beauty adventure by jetting off to Istanbul, Turkey for stem cell treatment, inspired by the 1992 black comedy
Speaking about her love of Death Becomes Her, which stars Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn as fading stars who try to outdo each other with fictions of immortality, she said: “It’s one of my top three movies.
“The idea of actually extending life or even achieving immortality fascinated me. It’s better than any orgasm I could imagine.
“I am in constant search for the Holy Grail of immortality and beauty forever.”
Stunning: Sophie insisted she resembled the Joker after too much filler in 2017 (right) but it disappeared when she watched herself on TV (Joaquin Phoenix in the role, left)
Sophie also admitted that she “went through eight different doctors in London” trying to find the perfect lip filler.
She said: “So I went… I learned the hard way. I had to part my lips, I had a nose to mouth line [nasolabial folds] filled up and I had a female doctor whom I trusted very much because she was beautiful. Big mistake.
“Oh my god, she watched me and it took me months to realize how I looked because then you get used to your own face and you’re like, ‘It’s actually better,’ but then you’re like, ‘No, it’s actually worse “.
Unbelievable: She explained how the procedure started with plastic surgeon Dr Tiriaki suctioning “a little bit” of fat from her thigh at Gyretepe Florence Nightingale Hospital.
Revealing she was filming for the E4 reality show at the time in 2017, she watched it and realized: “I couldn’t even smile properly. i looked like a joker, she said.
The Celebs Go Dating star then admitted that she now plans to apply “calf cream” to her face, which will stimulate skin cell regeneration.
She added:However, of course, the closer to our species, the better. So I really want human embryos. Mwa-ha-ha!
Hilarious: Cult classic stars Meryl Streep (R) and Goldie Hawn (L) as waning stars who try to outdo each other with ideas of immortality
“I mean, I freeze eggs, so we might as well freeze some embryos and then just mix them into my smoothies. It is very death becomes her.
“Look, it’s just amazing that we have a choice, but I don’t want to also be guilty of what some Karen thinks I should do, like, ‘Oh, grow old gracefully.’
“Well, I think aging gracefully actually extends life and lives for 200 years!
“Obviously, I don’t want to be in bed like some guy from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, but I want to actually live my life as a healthy woman, and since our skin is our largest organ, I’m going to start there. ‘
In closing, Sophie described her skin as a “constant construction site.”
She said: “I looked in the mirror and said, ‘I’m fine now. But mostly that’s my peak and now it’s going downhill.”
Shock! The Celebs Go Dating star then admitted that she now plans to slather her face with ‘calf umbilical cream’, which will stimulate skin cell regeneration.