Tom Bo­tox free and rugged again

The star looks to have ditched the fillers s and re­gained his rugged good looks

Woman’s Day (Australia) - - Contents - Tom’s Bo­tox ban

As he took to the streets of Paris on a zippy mo­tor­bike film­ing hair-rais­ing stunts for the next Mis­sion: Im­pos­si­ble film, on-set ob­servers couldn’t help but no­tice some­thing dis­tinctly dif­fer­ent about Tom Cruise.

Up close, the hand­some star was look­ing every day of his 54 years – a sharp con­trast to the fuller-cheeked, smoother-faced Tom we’ve be­come ac­cus­tomed to see­ing in re­cent times.

Of­ten ac­tors ease off their reg­u­lar cos­metic pro­ce­dures while work­ing on films to al­low a more nat­u­ral ap­pear­ance and to help them look more ex­pres­sive on screen.

Cos­metic prac­ti­tioner Kather­ine Mil­lar-shan­non from Duquessa Clin­ics says this may well be the case when it comes to Tom, who no longer ap­pears to be hav­ing cos­metic treat­ments.

“The first thing you no­tice is the lack of in­jecta­bles around his fore­head and eyes, mean­ing we can see his crow’s-feet and frown lines, and his eye hoods are droop­ing,” Kather­ine says.

“There also ap­pears to be min­i­mal filler in the lower face, so those deep-set lines are vis­i­ble e when he smiles. He hasn’t used filler in his cheeks, as his crow’sfeet travel down his face.”

Kather­ine adds that Tom’s skin now ap­pears a lit­tle more “tired”. “It sug­gests he hasn’t keptpt up any re­ju­ve­na­tion treat­ments such as mi­cro­der­mabra­sion, which would buff the skin and give it back a bit of a glow.”

While he now looks his real age, as far as we’re con­cerned Tom’s all the bet­ter for it!

2016 Smooth sur­faces made Tom look younger than his years. 2017 He may be a bit more craggy and lined, but we’re lov­ing his new nat­u­ral look.

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