As noted by the online Daily Mail, Robert Redford insisted that he would never have plastic surgery. According to the same source, Redford said that he did not want to follow the Hollywood trend which seemed to glorify the art of plastic surgery in order to enhance the personal appearance. However, some subtle changes are too visible to deny, so recently we have heard speculation that Redford might have changed his mind. Although there is no official statement, but some surgeons stated that the man seemed to have had performed the eye-lift. According to American Magazines, Redford had spent £ 750 for a week of recovery at a medical center in Santa Monica.
Robert Redford is not just an American actor, but also a founder of the world’s most popular Sundance Film Festival. He is a multitalented man who is also well known as a businessman, philanthropist, environmentalist, and film director. He won two academy awards: the first one as the best director (for his movie Ordinary People (1981)) and the second in 2002 as his lifetime contribution in the field of movies (he won Lifetime Achievement Award). Redford was frequently described as one of the best-looking men. Because of his contribution, Redford has also received many awards outside the film world, including an Honorary Doctorate in the field of fine arts and the National Medal of Arts.
About the eye-lift itself, perhaps this one could be included as a part of facelift, a surgical procedure intended mostly to give youthful appearance. In term of eye lift, we should understand this one as an invasive surgical commonly used to treat eye puffiness caused by excessive fatty deposits under the eyes. This procedure requires a long healing period, usually about 2 weeks. So, the facts that have been written by American Magazine about Redford might be true.