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Shocking! Demi Moore's 'Swollen' & 'Bruised' Face The Result Of Bad Plastic Surgery?

Credit: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images (left); Famefly (right)

“I have had something done, but it’s not my face,” Demi Moore spilled during an interview with Elle UK in 2014.

But on July 20, Demi was spotted on New York City streets shopping with her daughters — Scout, 24 and Tallulah, 21 — and her face was more swollen and lumpier than usual.

(Photo credit: Famefly)

(Photo credit: Famefly)

According to NYC-based dermatologist Zeena Al-Dujaili (who has not treated Demi), the Wild Oats star’s changing looks could be the result of getting work done to her face.

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“She is very swollen, most likely from a combination of fillers and maybe some tightening treatments,” Dr. Al-Dujaili tells Star.

While injections are generally used to improve one’s looks, they could have caused the opposite effect on Demi’s skin.

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“The swelling is causing her face to look heavy and more wrinkled,” Dr. Al-Dujaili explains. “She also looks a little lumpy, which might be some uneven swelling and bruising from the fillers.”

Demi has built a reputation for having a flawless, youthful look. While it may seem like her fountain of youth has temporarily dried up, Dr. Al-Dujaili says that spell won’t last long.

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“Everything should resolve in about a week,” she says, “but Demi can expedite the healing process by taking arnica and bromelain.” (These two medications are commonly recommended to reduce bruising after cosmetic surgery.)

According to The National Enquirer, Demi has allegedly spent more than half a million dollars on cosmetic procedures.

“I’m obsessed with my body,” Demi has admitted. “I changed it multiple times over.”

Reporting by Lindsey DiMattina

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