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Jennifer Aydin Undergoes Cosmetic Procedure After Losing Hair From Extensions & Tight Ponytails

Sometimes cosmetic procedures can be a wonderful thing. Surgeons can fix disfigurements and fix damage from traumatic events. And then other times, it’s just something that is done for vanity’s sake.

Real Housewives of New Jersey star Jennifer Aydin is married to plastic surgeon Bill Aydin, which means she has full access to all of the latest procedures. During the Season 10 RHONJ premiere, we will see Jennifer post-liposuction, but that’s not the only procedure she has had done lately.

Bravo’s The Daily Dish reported that Bill gave Jennifer PRP injections, which stands for platelet-rich plasma therapy and involves using a patient’s own platelets to speed up healing. What does Jennifer need to heal? Her hairline is thinning out. Yep, that’s right.

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Apparently, Jennifer’s hair extensions and super-tight ponytails have resulted in hair loss. In an Instagram Story video, Jennifer told her followers, “I’ve been noticing some hair loss and thinning hair. We’re going to spin it and turn it into plasma and then they’re going to insert the plasma back into my hairline.”

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She also said, “Trying to get a little pick me up for what’s happening in a few weeks. I don’t know man, those extensions on my hair last season were brutal. And I took them out this summer and my hair’s actually getting back to the thickness that it was, which is great but I need a little extra help.” There really is a solution for everything these days, right? Is that excessive? Or is that merely “casual” given Jennifer’s budget and her marriage to a plastic surgeon?

TELL US- WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT JENNIFER’S LATEST COSMETIC PROCEDURE? WOULD YOU GET THE SAME THING DONE IF YOU HAD THE OPPORTUNITY (AND BUDGET)?

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