Open Post: Hosted By Eva Mendes Redefining “Pain In The Neck”

November 14, 2020 / Posted by:

Once you see the pic of Eva Mendes linked below, you’ll be glad I didn’t use it for the main one in this post, especially if you’re needle-averse. The terrifying picture is after the cut. You’ve been WARNED! People tells us that Eva has been subjecting herself to a rather unusual, youth-enhancing beauty treatment since we all want to turn back time (especially to any year before the hellscape that is 2020).

via People:

Fans were curious to know what the actress was getting done to her jawline after she posted a graphic photo on Instagram with her head leaned back and what appeared to be seven needles injected into her chin. “Omg what is that ?? I’m interested [in] details,” one person wrote.

Mendes explained in the caption that she was “getting some mono-threads” and would “update you with results if you care.”

And here’s the pic of Eva Mendes with Hellraiser neck. It’s a whole lot of NOPE:

The procedure itself sounds like a cold needle gangbang taking place where a comforting and warm pearl necklace should be. What? Your brain totally went there, too. People continues:

On Beauty Villa Vergara’s Instagram page, the newly-opened Beverly Hills membership-only medispa shared some details about the painful-looking treatment that Mendes received. “Mono-threads activate collagen synthesis which produces a gradual skin thickening, skin tightening and rejuvenation effect,” they said.

Dermatologist Dr. Marina Vergara, who gave Mendes the treatment at Beauty Villa Vergara tells PEOPLE that the mono-threads are made from a “fine absorbable polydioxanone” material and are “inserted into the skin in a mesh-like pattern to achieve maximum tightening effects.”

I guess now we wait for Eva’s updates and feedback on her youth-restoration project. If she makes it back to 2006, I’m totally signing up for this jab-fest and stopping myself from lending my deadbeat sibling any money.


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