In today's Daily Mail Liz Jones claims that if 'face creams really beat ageing, I wouldn't have had a facelift'.
I think you'll find that if you had spent as much time, money and effort looking after yourself internally as you apparently did externally your situation would be very different. You have built a career in sharing the story of how miserable you are with your readers - including, crucially, your battle with anorexia.
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Not to get too personal but I have seen you in the flesh (pre-op), you looked ill. Anorexic, miserable as sin, hagard and ill. I remember saying in my head 'Bloody hell no wonder she's so miserable - she clearly never eats, poor love.'
I suspect this is why you are so frequently nasty, cruel and judgemental to your fellow woman in your columns nearly every week. Your lack of self-love and confidence shines through for everyone - except apparently you - to see.
If going under the knife has made you happier, more confident - whatever, I'm happy for you, I really am. I'm not here to judge.
But I fear that unless that operation came with a therapist you're still going to be self-loathing and continue to starve yourself - and you know what? If you don't eat, that newly-pinched skin will soon start to slacken and look dull and be a reflection of what's going on inside.
I'm not saying the beauty industry isn't guilty of making outlandish claims, we all know it is.
But no cream or knife is going to make you look beautiful and radiant if you're dying inside.
I wish you happiness and health, but for the love of God:
Feed yourself Liz. In more ways than one. Feed yourself.