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Skin Decision: Before and After Review 2020 Tv Show Series Season Cast Crew Online
Star: Jamie Sherrill
Despite its rising popularity and acceptance, plastic surgery is still largely treated like the butt of a joke when it comes to TV shows and movies—think Botched, Sex and the City, or even RuPaul’s Drag Race. Even though I’m a beauty editor with access to info on the most up-to-date procedures and the firm belief what you do with your body is up to you, when I hear the words plastic surgery, I can’t help but think of the swollen lips, Playboy-worthy boob jobs, and stiff face-lifts mocked in the media. But Netflix’s new reality show Skin Decision: Before & After, now streaming, is the first I’ve personally seen to handle plastic surgery with the care and nuance usually reserved for other medical issues.
On the surface, Skin Decision is a makeover show in a similar vein to What Not to Wear or How Do I Look? Each episode features two different subjects with something specific they’’ like to change about their appearance. After we’re introduced to their stories, they meet with two experts: Sheila Nazarian, M.D., a board-certified plastic surgeon, and Nurse Jamie (Jamie Sherrill), a skin-care expert and registered nurse who works with celebrities like Lisa Rinna and most of the Kardashians. The experts will meet with the subjects, then debate whether the person is a better candidate for a surgical procedure, performed by Nazarian, or a series of nonsurgical treatments (lasers, fillers), done by Nurse Jamie.
The reasons the subjects appear on the show are as varied and complex as why people seek out plastic surgery in real life. No one ever needs to justify why they want to undergo plastic surgery, but the stories they share on Skin Decision are emotional, powerful, and in some cases, shocking. Several people featured have survived tragic incidents that left them with major scarring or disfigurement. Sanaz, a woman who’s dealt with extreme acne for half her life, tells us she quit dating because she felt so insecure about the scars it left behind. Atticus, meanwhile, wants gender-affirming top surgery. Others come onto the show because their body changed following major life events like giving birth or turning 50. Regardless of the reason, the series (and experts) treats each patient with the same amount of care.
Just 10 minutes into the first episode, it becomes clear that Skin Decision is equally about healing and trauma as about looks. I was immediately captivated by Katrina, who has several scars—including a literal bullet hole in her side—from when she was shot by her ex-husband before he took his own life. The scars wore on her self-confidence and were a physical manifestation of her trauma. After her procedure, which I won’t give away all the details of, she was ready to start fresh.
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