Lisa Rinna Says 'Some Things Work and Some Things Don't' Weeks After Dissolving Facial Fillers (Exclusive)

"I think it's wonderful to see what works for you," the star of the new Lifetime movie 'Mommy Meanest' says of trying new beauty treatments

<p>Momodu Mansaray/FilmMagic</p> Lisa Rinna in 2022

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Lisa Rinna in 2022

Lisa Rinna has a laid back attitude when it comes to trying new beauty treatments.

“We all color our hair. We all get our nails done. It's all about feeling good,” the Rinna Beauty founder, 60, says in the new issue of PEOPLE. “I really love the beauty business so I'm always open to trying new things that sound good.”

One of those “new things” she recently tried was Skinvive, which, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is “a gel implant or dermal filler that is injected in specific areas of facial tissue to add definition or reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles.”

After Nicole Smith, an aesthetic physician assistant known online as @lipsandlattes, critiqued Rinna’s "overfilled look” in a since-deleted April 11 TikTok video, Rinna responded in the comments section that she dissolved it.

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"Skinvive is not for everyone, and it was not good for me. Luckily we could dissolve it today. Whew,” wrote the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star.

<p>Gilbert Flores/WWD via Getty Images</p> Lisa Rinna in 2023

Gilbert Flores/WWD via Getty Images

Lisa Rinna in 2023

Weeks later, Rinna shrugs off her change of mind. “Some things work out and some things don't,” Rinna says. “There's so much available to us now, which is so great, such great lasers and whatnot, and I think it's wonderful to see what works for you. And if it doesn't work for you, it doesn't work for you.”

“I just think that it's great that we're able to have so much at our fingertips that our parents didn't have, or Bette Davis and Joan Crawford didn't have. We're very fortunate,” adds Rinna, who shares daughters Delilah, 25, and Amelia, 22, with her husband, actor Harry Hamlin, 72.

Delilah, who stars with her mother in the new lifetime movie Mommy Meanest, shares Rinna’s “why not?” philosophy when it comes to sampling different treatments.

“I tried things [that] didn't work for me. And like what my mom was saying, you try things, it doesn't work for you,” says Delilah. “I've tried some fillers before—I'm sure everyone knows that—when I was younger, and it wasn't for me.”

“I'm 25, but still learning to love myself, and I'm really learning that natural is beautiful,” she continues.

Rinna says she hopes younger generations can learn that self-love.

<p>Jen Osborne and Allister Foster/A&E </p> Delilah Hamlin and Lisa Rinna in Lifetime's 'Mommy Meanest'

Jen Osborne and Allister Foster/A&E

Delilah Hamlin and Lisa Rinna in Lifetime's 'Mommy Meanest'

“I think that's really what's lacking is us learning how to love ourselves at a young age. And it's kind of the opposite of what Instagram and social media tells you: ‘You're not enough without doing A, B, C, and D, and without this filter.’ It's a lot of pressure and it's a lot for them to live up to and they don't need to do it,” she says.

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“Once you get older and there's anti-aging things out there, great. Hallelujah! But it's happening at such a young age now, the pressure to somehow be perfect,” adds Rinna. “I guess what I have to say is there is no such thing as perfection. There just isn't. And so if you're chasing that, you'll always be unhappy.”

“So you have to find out what works for you, what feels good, what doesn't feel good, and go from there,” she says. “Amen.”

Mommy Meanest airs May 11 on Lifetime.

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