Here at Ethos Aesthetics & Wellness, we often field questions about celebrities and cosmetic treatments. One name that comes up frequently is Millie Bobby Brown, the talented teenage actress known for Stranger Things and Enola Holmes.
With her rapid rise to fame, Millie has faced intense public scrutiny, including speculation about whether she has gotten lip fillers or other procedures at her young age.
As a board-certified cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Soni provides an expert perspective on this topic.
As a normal part of puberty and adolescent development, faces change significantly through the teen years. Bone structure matures, baby fat drops away, and features take on a more defined shape.
Millie has physically transformed before our eyes since first appearing on Stranger Things at age 12. Photos tracking her growth show a thinner face and more angled jawline emerging. Her nose also appears slimmer, which could simply be from natural growth.
Some accuse Millie of using lip fillers to plump her pout. However, her lips look quite proportional to her facial changes. Fuller lips commonly develop in puberty due to hormone fluctuations. While Millie’s lips have matured, their size and shape fit her face beautifully.
Millie’s radiance shines from within – she has that special “It factor” making her a star. We hope she can tune out pressures to conform to unrealistic beauty ideals.
Dr. Soni advocates embracing one’s natural facial features and focusing on inner health during the teenage years. Proper nutrition, hydration and sleep will do far more for appearance than Botox injections.
Of course, those over 18 have full autonomy over their cosmetic choices. But youth has a special glow not replicable through cosmetic procedures.
Here at Ethos Aesthetics & Wellness, Dr. Soni specializes in facial procedures from non-invasive skin rejuvenation to customized rhinoplasty and facelifts.
He provides an artistic eye and natural-looking outcomes for those seeking cosmetic improvements. However, he always operates under strict ethical guidelines – especially concerning teenage patients.
We hope this provides perspective on Millie Bobby Brown and rumors of any cosmetic work at a young age. Dr. Soni believes focusing on inner health and self-acceptance is key during the transformative adolescent years.
Of course, those who have fully matured physically may consult with us about options to address aesthetic concerns through expert surgical and nonsurgical treatments. Schedule a complimentary consultation today to learn more.
There is no evidence that Millie has actually undergone lip filler injections. As a minor, it would be illegal and unethical for her to receive dermal fillers in most countries. Her naturally fuller lips likely stem from pubertal maturation.
The minimum age to get lip fillers in the UK is 18 years old. A new law was passed in 2021 that banned anyone under the age of 18 from receiving cosmetic procedures like lip fillers and Botox.
Millie Bobby Brown’s lips have been scrutinized for looking significantly larger than they used to. Many speculate that she had lip fillers to enlarge their size. However, it’s worth noting that bone structure, facial fat, and hormones impacting lip size tend to transform faces significantly through the teen years.
Yes, it is possible for someone Millie Bobby Brown’s age (19 at the time of this writing) to get lip fillers.
Many people believe Millie has had lip fillers to make her lips appear larger than they naturally are. Her lips do appear significantly larger in recent photos. However, Millie Bobby Brown has not confirmed getting lip fillers.
Signs of lip fillers include puffy, rounded lips with little natural contour. Overfilled lips may appear too large for the surrounding face. Millie’s lips have not exhibited these characteristics.
Ethical cosmetic doctors discourage lip fillers before full physical maturity in the late teens. Young faces are still developing, so unnecessary procedures can risk unnatural results. Teens are better off embracing their natural look.
Invasive treatments like liposuction, breast augmentation, Botox, dermal fillers, and plastic surgery are generally discouraged for minors. Some non-surgical options like braces or skin care may be appropriate on an individual basis.
Most plastic surgeons avoid operating on teens except to correct congenital defects. Bodies are still changing dramatically, so altering features surgically is not recommended until growth plates have closed in the early 20s.
Most experts advise waiting until the late teens or early 20s when development has stabilized. Individual factors are considered before proceeding ethically and cautiously with surgical enhancements for younger patients.
Reputable doctors are very reluctant to perform invasive procedures on minors, even with parental approval. Focusing on overall wellness, self-confidence, and patience allows teen faces to fully mature before surgically altering them.