Is Megan Fox Really Botox Free

Is Megan Fox Really Botox Free

Megan Fox recently took to her Facebook page to claim she’s never had Botox injections, but doctors are skeptical about the validity of Fox’s claim, questioning the pictures she says are proof. Is Megan Fox really Botox-free, or has she, like many other Hollywood stars, turned to medical procedures to enhance her looks?
As Megan transitioned from TV to major movies, so did her looks; between her role on “Hope & Faith” from 2004 to 2006 and her star turn in Jonah Hex in 2010, Megan went from cute to head-turning, and rumors about alleged plastic surgery or Botox injections began to swirl.
Megan posted pictures on her Facebook page last Friday titled “Things You Can’t Do With Your Face When You Have Botox” in an attempt to quell whispers that she had injections in her forehead. However, all these photos managed to do was start a whole new round of plastic surgery rumors.
The Orange County Register interviewed several cosmetic doctors who say that Megan’s face in her supposedly Botox-free photos shows signs of Botox injections that are wearing off, but that’s not all. At least one of the doctors interviewed thinks he sees evidence of other surgical procedures in one of the photos, which shows Megan’s forehead wrinkling in what he says is an unnatural way.
“I have never seen the frontalis [forehead] muscle do this unless the muscle was surgically cut,” Dr. David Sire told the Register. “It appears as if she is frowning and elevating her brow at the same time. Quite a feat!”
Another doctor interviewed concurs with Dr. Sire’s opinion that Megan’s expression is puzzling. “Those lines on her forehead are totally fake. … Muscles in the forehead and brow simply don’t create curved wrinkles like that,” Dr. Nicholas Vendemia claims. “The wrinkles Megan is showing us don’t coincide with brow anatomy, nor do they match the facial expression she is making.”
Whether she’s a natural beauty or had a bit of help, Megan Fox is certainly no stranger to controversy, and her supposedly Botox-free photos are sparking debates.