I'm a Real Housewife star and nurse – my top tips to turn back the clock and the Kardashian treatment not to try at home | The Sun

IF you want to take a page out of the Real Housewives anti-aging handbook, Cary Deuber has shared her snatched – and sculpted – secrets.

The Real Housewives of Dallas star – and certified nurse – has spilled the beans to The U.S. Sun on how everyone can look like a Bravolebrity.

In addition to being a reality show personality, Cary is the co-founder of Lemmon Avenue Plastic Surgery & Laser Center, along with her husband, acclaimed Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Mark Deuber.

With locations in Dallas and Atlanta, she over 20 years of injectable and surgical experience.

In an exclusive interview, she detailed how she stays looking – and feeling – like her most rejuvenated self.

The 47-year-old also shared her own go-to anti-aging must-haves and revealed the surprising places she's had rejuvenating work.

“When looking at anti-aging, you have to start with eating healthy, and exercising," she told The U.S. Sun.

Cary’s top treatments for giving an A-list appearance include bio-stimulators, which she described as a filler alternative that can be injected directly into the skin.

“I use Sculptra and Hyperdilute Radiesse, which stimulate the collagen and elastin in the skin, and I think it's just a great addition for giving volume," she said.

"Your skin isn’t the same as you age."

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Some of her most in-demand requests include jawline and cheek fillers, which for Cary are also given as part of a more comprehensive plan.

“It’s not a one-and-done type of thing," she explained.

Her overall goal is to provide less downtime with her age-defying treatments – because she has enough drama in her reality show life.

Cary also explained that she herself uses these bio-stimulator methods to target those areas which cause her the most misery.

That includes her knees – and even her booty.

“I started to notice things when I would wear a dress and say to myself: 'That didn’t used to be there.' I’m like, wait, I work out there and my knee is still saggy."

Cary continued: “I’m just very into the bio-stimulators, and combining that with things like the Ziip Halo, which is fantastic.

"It’s all about taking care of your skin and building that collagen."

For Cary's personal fountain of youth – there's also a cheaper tip she swears by.

“I always have to go sweat and reset.

"For me, it’s doing yoga or working out, which always makes me feel better about myself. It’s also something that I really enjoy."

The collagen-loving Cary stressed that building muscle is super important, especially as you age.

"The older you get, the harder it becomes to get those muscles, and even more so for a woman," she said.

To best build those muscles, she uses the Emsculpt machine (which encourages muscle growth while reducing fat) – something which she calls the “icing” on the anti-aging cake.

The camera-ready star knows looking your best isn't just about skincare.   

“I always do a full history and physical on my patients to make sure that they have had all of their lab work done and are healthy and don’t have thyroid issues, etc," she said.

"When I’m doing bio-stimulators, I want to make sure that my clients are eating high protein, because that really helps to build the collagen."

She said that patients have to put forth some of their own efforts as well – and that also extends to having a good skincare regime.

This skin-saving routine should involve hyaluronic cleanser, a hyaluronic-based moisturizer, and potentially retinol or some form of Vitamin C.

“My generation laid in tanning beds, and now it’s all about trying to reverse all of that damage from that sun.

"Younger people today are taking more care of themselves and will have smaller bills in the future," she said.

The hard-working housewife is also dedicated to devising a five-year plan with all of her clients who are looking to manage the anti-aging process.

She typically prefers to see her patients for a tightening tune-up on a quarterly basis.

During this time they usually come in for their neurotoxin treatment – the scientific name for Botox – as well as some hyaluronic-based filler or a bio-stimulator.

Most likely a laser treatment – or two – will be included in their preventative package.

Whether someone has baggy eyes or brown spots, Cary has an injection – or laser – to send any sagging areas away.

“It’s a bespoke treatment that really depends on the person’s age and skin type, to be able to manage that properly and make sure they get what they need," she said.

If it were up to her, a hypothetical episode of "Getting Injected with Cary" would include offering the most natural results possible.

"I always say that you should look refreshed, not like another person altogether."

She also addressed the most common fears some patients have before undergoing any surgical or non-surgical procedures.

"They are nervous that they will come out looking like someone else or that it will appear that they have had an overly obvious procedure, such as big lips," she said.

She also values inner beauty as much as she strives to give her patients’ outer beauty a boost.

“When someone feels more confident about themselves, it’s a game changer for their entire life, so that’s really important in what I do every day," she said.

“People will come in with a filter of themselves from Instagram or Snapchat and say, I want to look like this or that, but I will have an honest conversation with them about their expectations."

Cary is also a proponent of preventative skincare – which includes starting treatments at an earlier age.

“I always tell people that if you start having lines when you relax your forehead, that’s when you need to come in and start getting Botox or a neurotoxin."

She continued: "Some people need it at 18 because they have really strong muscles or crows feet, or horizontal lines across their forehead.

"Ideally, they should start in their 20s and do small amounts.

"The younger generation needs to be sure that they are getting dosed appropriately so they don’t become immune to neurotoxins. They shouldn’t be getting it more than four months a year."

Cary, who described herself as a "leaky pipe," has taken care of her own forehead wrinkles since she was 27 years old.

“I think it’s made a huge difference because if you can’t make those lines anymore, then you can't have them so down the road.

"By starting young, you’re going to be in a much different place when it comes to filler or jaw or cheek repair."

Looking like a real housewife also costs real money – with Cary's clients typically spending between $1,000 and 50,000 a year.

But she wants people to know that when it comes to reversing the aging process, there is something for everyone.

The only fake part of this real housewife is her silicone breasts – which she said are safer and more natural feeling.

Her husband, Dr. Deuber, whom she works with closely in the practice, is even known for his 24-hour breast augmentation.

His patients go to dinner with their perky new pair on the very same day of surgery, with Cary adding: "It shouldn't take more than three hours."

She also explained that while the Kardashians have popularized fad treatments such as the vampire facial, it's not as bizarre as it sounds.

It's really just micro needling – a treatment Cary gets personally, but warns against trying from home.

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“You’re poking holes in the skin and bacteria is involved, so better to leave it to the professionals."

Looking like a hot Housewife is now easier and safer than either – as long as you assess the risk, and financial component, and keep up with Cary-approved tightening tune-ups.

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