S'porean cosmetic doctor guesses what plastic surgery Rosmah Mansor had done

His writing is funny.

Belmont Lay | May 17, 2018, 04:44 AM

A cosmetic doctor in Singapore, Siew Tuck Wah, has written a post, where he tried to figure out the extent of plastic surgery Rosmah Mansor had undergone for her face.

Rosmah is the wife of Malaysia's ex-prime minister Najib Razak, who was recently ousted from power after the Malaysian election on May 9, 2018.

Since her husband's departure from political office, the duo have come under increasingly intense scrutiny from the public, partly also as a result of the talk in Putrajaya that the once powerful pair are facing some formal investigations.

Their lifestyle and finances are of particular interest to the hoi polloi.

Compare and contrast

In his post, Siew compared Rosmah's recent look with a photo he said was from 1989, when she was 38 years old.

Rosmah is currently 66 and will turn 67 by Dec. 10 this year.

Siew essentially explained that Rosmah's overall facial features are effectively negative examples of aesthetic treatment -- that is, if she has had any done before.

He wrote:

Rosmah, the wife of recently ousted Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, has long been the poster girl of bad plastic surgery procedures amongst practicing doctors. She is the living example of what medical aesthetic procedures should NOT result in.


How then, did she end up looking like the scary gargoyle we are familiar with?

Too much

According to Siew, who is a known aesthetic medical doctor, Rosmah has had too many procedures done.

He wrote that she has had too much fillers in her entire face, which includes her cheeks and chin, to the extent, her face becomes raised, or inflated.

Any implants in her nose and chin have also made her features protrude out too much.

And if she has had Botox shots, they are way too much to the extent her facial muscles are paralysed and can no longer reveal emotions.

What emotions did Rosmah display? Was she happy, excited or angry? Click this video link to find out.

He reckons the excesses she infamously supposedly indulges in has been transferred to her countenance.

However, he also qualifies that there has not been any proof or admission by Rosmah that she has had her face done before, except for a tell-all Facebook post by Rosmah's daughter, who claims aesthetic doctors were a familiar sight in her home.


Rosmah in her younger days:

His diagnosis is also partly a diatribe against Rosmah, which is a hoot to read.

You can check out his full post at drsiew.com.