American actor, filmmaker, and podcast host Robert Hepler Lowe, popularly known as Rob Lowe, is a Hollywood star best known for his appearances in movies and television shows such as The Outsiders, The West Wing, 9-1-1: Lone Star, Holiday in the Wild, and Code Black.

For his portrayal of Sam Seaborn on the NBC drama The West Wing, he won a Satellite Award and two Screen Actors Guild Awards with a Primetime Emmy Award and two Golden Globe Awards nominations.

In addition to being an acting powerhouse, Lowe is a global heartthrob with an attractive personality known for his good looks.

Despite being age 59 now, he is still as good-looking as ever and has maintained a six-pack, which has led many to wonder how he has managed to defy the aging process.

Many fans have also speculated that he might have gotten under the knife. 

Hence, in this article, we aim to answer all the frequently asked questions about Rob Lowe's plastic surgery rumors.

Read the article in full to find out if the Robe Low's plastic surgery rumors are true. 

Interesting Read: Know about Rob Lowe's Wife Sheryl Berkoff, Net Worth, Sons, Gay Rumors & Height

The Origin of Robe Lowe's Plastic Surgery Rumors

Did you know that one of Rowe's earliest roles was in the 1983 television film, Thurday's Child?


Indeed, It's been around four decades since he made his first jump on-screen from the theatres, but he still looks fresh and young for someone who nearing his sixties. 

Because of his evergreen looks, tabloids have even deemed him "ageless." 

While Lowe has managed to look young forever, fans have repeatedly inquired if the actor has had plastic surgery to maintain his youthful features, making him an epicenter of quite a few cosmetic surgery speculations.


Similarly, fans have credited him for looking amazing and youthful.

When in October 2021, he posted a picture collage of himself from two of his projects from different timelines, captioning "Lonestar 2021 vs Youngblood 1985 Who wore it better?" many fans in the comment section appreciated the pictures of him clicked at age 57 and 21 for his ageless looks.

One fan wrote, "You like myself are aging like fine wine, (wine emoji) my friend (dancing emoji)."

Hence, because he looks like he hasn't aged like many others of his age, the plastic surgery rumors related to him are on the rise.

Several outlets have also claimed that he has undergone cosmetic procedures like facial surgery, botox infusion, and getting fillers to shape his facial features to maintain his movie star looks.

Did Robe Lowe get Plastic Surgery?

Lowe has never publicly accepted that he has had a plastic surgery procedure and there isn't any convincing evidence to make the case.

Still, the only clear connection between Lowe and plastic surgery is that the actor himself played a psychotic plastic surgeon Dr. Jack Startz in the 2013 film Behind the Candelabra.

Indeed, he has not undergone plastic surgery to the best of anyone's knowledge. Neither the actor nor any verified news portal has publicly disclosed any reports on Lowe's plastic surgery thus far.


Hence, these claims are nothing more than speculations in the absence of evidence.

And according to Suggest, Lowewife Sheryl Berkoff being a former makeup artist may have played in his favor as he might have received many anti-aging tips and skincare routines from her. 

Plus, as someone who has launched his own men's skincare line titled Profile by Rob Lowe, Rob understands the importance of healthy skin. 


“Over the course of my career, I have learned all the tricks of the trade for maintaining clean, healthy, and younger-looking skin,” he mentioned on his brand's website (out of service), in which he sold shaving, moisturizers, anti-aging, and cleanser products.  

In addition, his sobriety has added to his idea of a healthy lifestyle. In 2021, he told News.Com.AU that he was following his 20-year Atkins meal plan and also revealed that he hadn't had a drink for 30 years then. 

“You can kind of get away with it in your 20s and 30s, but getting into your 40s and 50s, you can’t hold onto to those habits and expect to be the fittest, best version of yourself,” Lowe explained.

Simply, the slowed aging seen in Dog Gone star's physical features isn't just a result of mere luck but credit also goes to his regular workout routines and his peace of mind, which he calls mindfulness.

During an interview with Today magazine in February 2018, Lowe opened up about the secrets to his youthful appearance. He explained that quitting bad habits, like drinking, at a young age helped him maintain his physical appearance.


"When I was in my mid-20s, it was: I've got to stop drinking," Lowe shared. "Then it became: I need to find a workout that I love, followed by starting to eat better, and cutting out things like sugar."

At one point in his life, the St. Elmo's Fire actor also realized that he needed to stop eating like he used to in college. Consequently, he became more disciplined and focused on his eating habits as he grew older.

Lowe further shared that he never underwent extreme diet plans. Instead, he lived a low-carb lifestyle for decades.

Don’t get me wrong; I still love pasta and pizzas. But I know that they’re a special treat. In my business, I don’t have the option to not be at my best. So, I just make healthy choices most of the time. I never diet.

He also admitted to secretly looking up to other stars like Tom Brady and The Rock and following their lifestyles.

Rob Lowe's Grooming Routine

Lowe, who is married to makeup artist Sheryl Berkoff, has two sons.

He shared his grooming routine in collaboration with GQ magazine in August 2020.


In an IGTV video posted on the GQ Instagram handle, the actor said the skincare routine might not give the results immediately but would work wonders in the long run. 

He also explained the skincare routine was more emblematic of how someone is taking care of themselves holistically.

In the later part of the video, Lowe advised anyone watching to routinely practice five key things which he followed in his routine: use moisturizers, keep your eye serum on ice, pick up some dry shampoo, shape your hair, then mess it up, and wear a mask to bed.