Look, we know that the Kardashians are fond of their plastic surgery (no matter how much they deny it), but now it seems that Kris Jenner has gone one further and got something very unusual done.
The reality star caused concern during the week when she was pictured with a very swollen right hand.
Kris was out with her boyfriend, Corey Gamble, when the snap was taken and everyone immediately assumed that she had filler injected into her hands.
Beverly Hills surgeon Dr John Knight told Radar Online: "It looks like Kris Jenner had plastic rejuvenation on her hands. It's called Radiesse and it is a filler injected into her hands to make them appear more youthful. The swelling should go down in a few days."
However, a rep for the star told Gossip Cop that she had an operation to repair a bone which led to her hand swelling up.
No longer does the size of the rock matter when it comes to engagement rings – it’s actually how good your hand looks underneath the sparkler.
Some brides-to-be are so self conscious about their hands that they are reluctant to share their engagement ring online. In fact, many are even considering a ‘hand-lift’ – mind baffling!
Unfortunately, there is method in their madness as the hands are the first place to show noticeable signs of aging.
American dermatologist and plastic surgeon, Dr. Ariel Ostad of Total Skin Health Clinic says hand lifts are becoming increasingly popular for brides-to-be.
Involving Juvederm being pumped into the hand to plump them up, the procedure sounds awful, so doubt we’ll be getting in on the trend – not to mention nobody has actually put a ring on it.
So, how clean are your hands?
Growing up, we’re pretty sure your mother told you to wash your hands, right? And even though the nagging was never relenting, you may have to thank your mum because it seems that old saying of “your mother is always right”, is definitely true.
In support of the World Health Organisation’s Clean your Hands campaign, the Public Health England (PHE) are showing people just how dirty their hands are, if not washed. The images released by PHE show the invisible germs on our hands that are so often forgotten about.
A few public washroom users may do well from looking at the third image…
According to Dr Paul Cosford, just one bacterium can grow into hundreds and thousands in a relatively short space of time.
Eek, we may start carrying around a hand sanitizer with us when we’re out.