Celebrities with Super Human Eyesight

06
Jan
2014

As we age, our bodies change. There is nothing that we can do to deny that, but advances in medical science have developed ways to slow down the appearance of the aging process. Although it doesn’t actually make us younger, thanks to cosmetic surgery, you can have the breasts, stomach and wrinkle-free face of a 20 year old, even after 40. And, thanks to Lasik, we can also reverse the toll that age has taken on our eyeballs and have our vision restored to as good as, or even better than, when you were a teenager.

Lasik, does come at a price and averages around $3,000, depending on the type of Lasik procedure your specific eyes will require, but is it worth it? If you break it down, you will actually end up saving money in your lifetime since you will no longer have to pay for contacts and/or glasses.


Via: King Lasik

Just like with traditional elective cosmetic surgery, many celebrities have gone under the laser to restore and/or improve their eyesight. To name a few famous Lasik patients: Jessica Simpson, Kim Kardashian, Tiger Woods, Michael Bolton, Barry Manilow, Brad Pitt, Reese Witherspoon and Richard Branson, have all gone under the laser to turn back the hands of time on their eyeballs. Of course, $3,000 is just a drop in the bucket for the rich and famous, but even that is a small price to pay for perfect eyesight. When are they going to develop surgeries to improve our other senses? Super hearing? Enhanced taste buds? The ability to smell a rose from a mile away? It might sounds silly now, but ask your grandparents how silly laser eyesight improvement would have sounded 20 years ago!


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