Rodrigo Alves is regularly regarded as the Human Ken Doll since he has been on a lifelong journey to reach what he considers is ‘perfection.’ He has undergone almost 60 procedures and has spent more than half a million dollars on his quest to look the way he wants. Now, he vows to never have wrinkles by undergoing a procedure known as a chemical peel.
He recently showed off the results of his chemical peel by stepping out in Marbella with his printed jacket and velvet jumper.
The 34-year-old socialite said: ‘it was fairly painful, and my face looks red now. It feels like burning! Here in Marbella is very sunny and I can’t go out for the next few days unless I have a lot of sun protection!’
A chemical peel is essentially exactly how it sounds like. An expert will apply acid-containing lotion onto the face and then will wait to let the lotion soak through.
After that, the old skin will be peeled off and thus reveal the new skin underneath. In an interview, he said: ‘in 2018, I’m turning 35 and my quest has never been to look perfect but to look ageless. Due to the lights from the TV studios and the make-up, my skin has been looking rough, but this treatment will make my skin look finer and younger.’
He continued: ‘’I would never let myself go and no one will ever see any wrinkle on my face. Some men think that only going to the gym and looking muscular is enough. I believe that men should also look after their faces with night cream and make-up just like I do.’
It was earlier this month when Rodrigo announced that he would have 6 ribs removed in order to better fit into his jackets.
But it was revealed by medical professionals that the surgery might compromise his lungs and they refused to perform the procedure on him.
However, a top plastic surgeon in Hollywood has said that he could remove four floating ribs in order to create that ‘elegant and classic figure.’
During an interview with MailOnline, he said: ‘I was frustrated at first because I really want to be able to fit back into my four breast blazers as before but removing two extra ribs could compromise my lungs, and my doctors must be very careful that my health is not compromised.’
‘They said a big no to that and said that safety always comes first. Aesthetically speaking the results will be the same as if six ribs were removed. The visual impact will be the same. My life shall be changed forever as from January 2018 and by summer 2018 I will be looking like a fitness model.’