Kylie Jenner's doctor opens up about her physical 'metamorphosis'
Dr. Simon Ourian has provided insight into the procedures he's performed on Kylie Jenner and her sisters.
Kylie Jenner's cosmetic dermatologist, Dr. Simon Ourian, is impressed with the wise choices the teenager has made about her physical transformation.
The 18-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has confessed to plumping up her pout with lip injections after publicly denying the procedure had taken place, and now it's rumoured she may have undergone even more face-altering treatments.
Despite her youth, Dr. Ourian thinks Kylie has been making the right choices about how to change her physical appearance, revealing in an interview published on her older sister Khloe Kardashian's website: “Kylie has become very wise in what she wants to have done.
"She has been going through an amazing metamorphosis over the past couple of years."
Dr. Ourian also counts Kylie's elder siblings Khloe and Kim Kardashian among his celebrity clients, noting he utilises his formal training "in the classic sculpting of faces and torsos" during consultation sessions with the stars.
However, when Kim visits him at his clinic, he is often left in awe over how much she knows about what he does for a living.
“(Kim) is very detail-oriented and knows exactly what she wants and needs, so when I work on her, it is like working with a colleague and I really enjoy it," he smiled.
Working with Khloe is an entirely unique experience too, as she makes her pain known when undergoing more uncomfortable procedures.
“When I was doing your tattoo removal, I realised you were able to spew out more four letter words than most sailors," Dr. Ourian laughed. "In fact, it was so entertaining that I was looking for more tattoos to remove!”
He also praised Khloe for her discipline, applauding her for dropping 40 pounds of weight through a committed exercise regimen.
“I love the transformation you have had with all your own hard work and a little help from me," he winked.
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