In recent times, young people in Peru and the world have begun to resort to cosmetic surgeries in search of the perfect face and figure. And while the instant results seem to be what you want,
Andrea San Martin He assured that over the years the situation will change, so he recommended his followers not to opt for this path.
The blonde used the stories of her official Instagram account to especially address the women who follow her on this social network. The mother of two little girls pointed out that, due to age, their faces will be perfectly beautiful and before subjecting them to any type of touch-up they should first choose natural care.
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“A little advice for young girls. Girls, you have a pretty face, twentysomethings and eighteensomethings make your face look natural pretty, not perfect because all faces are different, but believe me, as long as you are young and you have surgery on your face, suddenly at the moment it will fit you cute and pretty, but then everything is distorted if you exaggerate”, Andrea began.
“Tip, tip: love your face and give it love too. Take care of yourself with sunscreen, creams, learn how to exfoliate your face. I am not an expert in that, but take care of it and expose your natural beauty,'” she added.
Andrea San Martín was nervous before receiving her booster dose
Through her Instagram account, Andrea San Martín has become accustomed to sharing her daily activities with her more than 1 million followers. Recently, Sebastián Lizarzaburú’s current partner revealed that she was somewhat nervous before receiving the booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, since in 2021 she suffered severe consequences after being inoculated with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
“It makes me nervous because with Johnson I literally spent two days or a day and a half with chills,” he said. As it is recalled, several doctors point out that the sequelae caused by vaccines are totally normal and that these do not usually cause serious problems.