Trying to stop aging: plastic surgeon tells how Putin's mistress Kabayeva disfigured her face with "beauty injections"
Russian gymnast Alina Kabayeva, known as the mistress of the bloody dictator Vladimir Putin, shocked the public during her recent appearance in Minsk with a face that was changed beyond recognition. According to plastic surgeon Dmitriy Slosser, the athlete and alleged mother of the Kremlin leader's sons tried to preserve her youth with hyaluronic acid, but in the end, she only disfigured her own appearance.
According to the expert, such "beauty injections", which Kabayeva apparently abused, do not always lead to the desired result, but very often have many negative effects. All of them were reflected in the face of Putin's passion. Slosser spoke about this in the Argumenty programme.
"Let's start with the fact that she looked like all gymnasts, rather childish. We are not surprised, because there is an assumption that the dictator is not indifferent to children. However, in Kabayeva's case, of course, I think she had operations. But these are injectable surgeries, she uses hyaluronic acid," the plastic surgeon shared his expert opinion.
In the latest footage taken in Minsk, Kabayeva's face is noticeably "swollen" and puffy. Internet users have even nicknamed her a "clone" of her fiancé and "Putin in a skirt". Slosser notes that the gymnast has a naturally wide face, and the injections administered by the occupying president's mistress, combined with age-related changes, played a cruel joke on her.
"She has the genetics of people who have a broad bone and a broad face, so I think there are some age-related changes. Unfortunately, we all don't stay in the same shape we were in when we were 13. Bone structure and other tissues change. And so, if you add a little bit of hyaluronic acid, about half a kilogram, you will get a moon-faced beauty," the plastic surgeon commented.
He also noted that Kabayeva probably did not undergo any serious plastic surgery, but only abused "harmless" injections. However, they turned out to be not so much effective as harmful, irrevocably disfiguring the Olympic champion's appearance.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote that the Russian president does not recognise his own children, and the Kremlin denies any information about the dictator's heirs. According to foreign and Russian journalists, in addition to two daughters from his first marriage and one daughter born out of wedlock, Putin has sons from Alina Kabayeva. Read more about them in our article.