Hugh Hefner's Wife Crystal Flaunts New Boobs After Removing Breast Implants


Hugh Hefner's Wife Crystal Flaunts New Boobs After Removing Breast Implants


The model proudly shows off her much smaller boobs and much healthier body in a new Instagram photo she shared a month after having those poisonous implants removed.
Cyrstal Hefner is happy with her "new" self after having her "toxic" breast implants removed. The wife of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner took to social media Wednesday, July 20 to share a photo of her looking healthier as she posed in a bikini.

"The new me. Happier and healthier. Using 2016 to reclaim my health and embrace and love myself for the real me. Thank you for the overwhelming support on my post yesterday, I love you," the model and DJ wrote alongside the picture of her proudly flaunting much smaller boobs in the skimpy two-piece.



Crystal explained her breast implants removal in a lengthy note posted on Facebook along with a snap featuring her lying in a hospital bed in a blue gown. "My Breast Implants Slowly Poisoned Me," she began the post and continued that she finally had the surgery after years of "unexplained back pain, constant neck and shoulder pain, cognitive dysfunction (brain fog, memory loss), stunted hair growth, incapacitating fatigue, burning bladder pain, low immunity, recurring infections and problems with my thyroid and adrenals."

My Breast Implants Slowly Poisoned Me Intolerance to foods and beverages, unexplained back pain, constant neck and shoulder pain, cognitive dysfunction (brain fog, memory loss), stunted hair growth, incapacitating fatigue, burning bladder pain, low immunity, recurring infections and problems with my thyroid and adrenals. The mildest of those symptoms started a few years back. The aches, the bladder pain, brain fog, fatigue. I ignored it, labeling myself a hypochondriac, despite truly worrying that there was something wrong with me. I joked about losing my memory to age, and about getting "lazy". I began to cancel appointments and shoots because everything exhausted me. Before everything went downhill I was at the gym five days a week, and always shooting and working. I've had days in 2016 when I couldn't get out of bed. I�¢ï¿½ï¿½ve felt such despair knowing life was happening all around me but I couldn�¢ï¿½ï¿½t participate. I had to miss my Summer DJ residency at my favorite Vegas spot, the Rehab pool at The Hard Rock Hotel. The fatigue was so severe that I could barely leave the house or drive. I was afraid to get up there in front of a crowd and go blank with brain fog. I had a bunch of spare photos that have enabled me to stay active on social media for the last six months. I�¢ï¿½ï¿½ve tried to keep a facade of normalcy while working to figure out what was going on with my body. Once I became allergic to most every food, had intolerable pain, developed stomach issues and night sweats, I began to research. I found a holistic doctor (Dr. Farshid Rahbar) and was tested for everything. After I was diagnosed with Lyme disease and toxic mold, I posted about it on social media. I began to receive comments saying that my symptoms resembled "Breast Implant Illness." I found a Breast Implant Illness website and Facebook group with almost 3,000 members. My symptoms matched theirs. Over time, implants (both silicone and saline) break down and wreak havoc on your body. The shell on silicone and saline implants is comprised of silicone and over 40 other toxic chemicals... (continued in link in bio)

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She said that there were days she couldn't get out of her bed because of those problems. "I've felt such despair knowing life was happening all around me but I couldn't participate," she shared. "I had to miss my Summer DJ residency at my favorite Vegas spot, the Rehab pool at The Hard Rock Hotel. The fatigue was so severe that I could barely leave the house or drive."

She said she was once diagnosed with Lyme disease and toxic mold, but some people noticed that her symptoms were similar to those suffering with Breast Implant Illness. "I found a Breast Implant Illness website and Facebook group with almost 3,000 members. My symptoms matched theirs," she said.

"Over time, implants (both silicone and saline) break down and wreak havoc on your body. The shell on silicone and saline implants is comprised of silicone and over 40 other toxic chemicals: tin, zinc, cadmium, mercury, arsenic, formaldehyde and talc to name a few. Your immune system is constantly fighting them, leaving you vulnerable to other illnesses," she continued.

Crystal removed the implants back in June. "Instantly I noticed my neck and shoulder pain was gone and I could breathe much better," she shared. "I know I won't feel 100% overnight. My implants took 8 years to make me this sick, so I know it will take time to feel better. I also have other illnesses to address, but with the toxic bags removed, my immune system can focus on what it needs to."


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