Linda Evangelista, the 56-year old Canadian Supermodel haven been famous since the ’90s for her beauty and powerful charisma. She started her career with Elite in 1981, New York City. The company sent her to Paris and eventually, she got her recognition on the cover of the French edition of the leading magazine Vogue in September 1987. A few years later, in 1988, one of the famous photographers, Peter Lindbergh persuaded Linda Evangelista to change her hair into something boyish haircut most probably the bob haircut which eventually made her more popular among the people and was trending globally back then. She became the model for holding the highest number of being on magazine covers. She became the new face of Versace in 1989 and also Revlon in 1990 and the same year she got featured with other famous models in the British Vogue. Linda was also named one of People’s magazine’s ’50 most beautiful people in 1990. In the 90’s she made herself one of the best models around that time that she got the chance for walking and photoshopping for most of the popular companies.
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Linda Evangelista is one of those models who love to talk about finding the perfect skincare routine and holding on to that. She shares her experiences with many skincare products on her social media, one of that was Erasa XEP 30 Extreme Line Lifting and Rejuvenation Concentrate. She commented about the product that how it made her skin smooth and fine after trying out all those trending things like Botox, Laser, or fillers to look good. She is also working with the brand Erasa XEP-30 to make new products to give out the exact moisture to the face everybody wants. She shared the news of trying out this product and coming up with other things on her Instagram.
And this leads to the news of her being deformed permanently as she shares her Coolsculpting experience by the Zeltiq, it is a subsidiary of Allergan based in Pleasanton, California. The procedure of Coolsculpting is to reduce or decrease fat cells by using extremely cold temperatures. It’s one of the popular methods for body sculpting encompassing the advantages of cryolipolysis, which is a non-surgical procedure to remove the stubborn and unwanted fats in the body. She shared her experience by posting a type-out picture on Instagram claiming that Zeltiq’s Coolsculpting procedure did the exact opposite, which is increased fat cells and made her totally look unrecognizable “deformed”. She also shared the side effects that she developed called Paradoxical Adipose Hyperplasia or PAH claiming that she wasn’t aware of such rare but serious side effects by Zeltiq. Linda shared her feeling of looking like she never wanted to which led her into depression and self-loathing. Linda Evangelista also wants to move forward with the lawsuit as reported and wants to go ahead with her story as she is tired of living ” like that”. Well, no further details were disclosed about the matter but we hope she gets well soon with this and fights back for what she believes to be true.