Why doesn’t Mario Lopez ever get old?

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Mario “AC Slater” Lopez looks almost exactly the same as he did back in the days of Saved By The Bell over 20 years ago!

What gives? Has he had plastic surgery?

saved by the bell, mario lopez plastic surgery, mario lopez looks young, celebrity cosmetic surgery, celebrity plastic surgeryIt’s hard to believe, but Mario probably hasn’t had any plastic surgery. He’s kept himself in great shape, and he obviously takes very good care of himself. And why shouldn’t he? After all, it’s his business to look good.

We would be that one look at Mario’s parents would tell the whole story. Genetics play a HUGE part in the aging process, so if it took Mom and Dad a long time to look old, it will probably take you a long time to start aging too.

Genetics also play a HUGE factor in how long your results will last if you decide to have surgery. If you’ve got one of those mom’s who looks 40 when she’s 60 (without surgery), you’re in luck! Genes like that are much more powerful than anything a plastic surgeon can do, but the best part about it is that when you are ready to have surgery (for whatever reason), your facelift will last longer than someone who’s mother needed one at 38 years of age. It’s the law of nature (and good genes!).

The good news is that there are plenty of ways to keep yourself looking like you have a fountain of youth in your basement.

  1. Check out FightFineLines.com for all the latest anti-aging and beauty tips.
  2. Exercise regularly and keep your weight under control.
  3. Make friends with a great plastic surgeon!

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NOTICE: None of the celebrities or individuals discussed here have ever received treatment, surgery, medical advice, or evaluations from any author, physician, surgeon, or representative of this blog. All images and photos in this article represent models only. No actual patients or clients are shown.

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