Most cosmetic procedures: Cindy Jackson sets world record (Video)
LONDON, UK -- Cindy Jackson, 55, a Londoner who hails from the American Midwest, has had $100,000 in 52 cosmetic procedures, including 14 full-scale operations as well as cuts, pulls, peels and jabs , setting the world record for Most cosmetic procedures.
The previous Guinness world record for most cosmetic procedures was aslo set by Cindy Jackson (back in 2005), when she has had 47 cosmetic procedures, including nine full scale surgical operations.
Guinness World Records also recognized the world record for the most cosmetic makeovers by one artist in 24 hours: 96, made by PAC Professional Artist Cosmetics Martha Tilaar at the Kelapa Gading Mall, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Asked why she had, she gave a simple reply: "For me, it was just to look better."
She's had Botox, five face-lifts and liposuction, and her eyes have been done – twice.
"One guy, when I was 14, said, you know, Cindy, when you smile, from the side, your nose and chin almost meet. It was like being in the wrong body and face. And I felt that very much. And i wanted to change it," she said.
In total, Cindy Jackson has had 52 cosmetic procedures, a world record for the most procedures ever undergone by one person.
"I didn't set out to break, to set a world record, it was never my ambition, it's just that I had so much done," she said.
"For me, the best result is one that looks natural," Jackson added. "I wouldn't ever want anyone to stop and stare at me and say 'that woman's had a lot of surgery.' I would never want to look like I'd had anything done."
She adds: "Chronologically I am 55 but if you average that with the ages of all my body parts - nose, 20; boobs, four; chin, 17; lips, 19, and eyes, 24 - my 'real' age is more like 25.
Jackson is now a plastic surgery advice & anti-ageing expert. According to her website, she's done some modeling for Ivana Trump's jewelry line and spends part of her time and income donating to her favorite charities, among them -- Amnesty International, PETA and Children in Crisis.