Sutton Stracke is no longer afraid of a little jab.
In an exclusive interview with Page Six Style, the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star joked that her castmate Kyle Richards “dragged” her to get Botox for the first time three years ago.
“I had never gotten Botox before. I was 47 and I had never done it!” Stracke, now 50, told us at her “Cashmere & Caviar” party in Los Angeles this week. “Kyle dragged me to go get Botox with Nurse Jamie.”
Jamie “Nurse Jamie” Sherrill, the owner of Beauty Park Medical Spa in LA and Abu Dhabi, is a renowned skincare specialist who counts Kim Kardashian, Kirsten Dunst, Ashley Tisdale and Jessica Alba among her celebrity clientele.
The registered nurse and injectables guru, 49, has offered her expertise on countless TV programs, such as “Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian,” Netflix’s “Skin Decision” and the “Today” show.
Needless to say, Stracke was grateful to Richards, 53, for the introduction. “I met her during my first season. That’s when Kyle and I went to Nurse Jamie together,” she recalled. “And that’s actually how I ended up getting my roller.”
Stracke famously used the Nurse Jamie Instant UpLift Massaging Beauty Roller ($69) to quell anxiety throughout a dramatic arc on “RHOBH” Season 11. Little did viewers know that the device had a rotating head covered with 24 precious tourmaline stones that helps improve the tone and texture of one’s skin.
“Nurse Jamie is great!” enthused Stracke, who noted that she is still reserved when it comes to cosmetic treatments. “Nurse Jamie’s like, ‘You get the most microdose of Botox.’ That’s how I microdose — with Botox. But now I’m like, ‘I might need to step it up a notch.’”
Although more Botox appointments may be in the Bravolebrity’s future, she knows that inner beauty is more important than obsessing over fine lines and wrinkles.
“We can get so fixated on that. I mean, we all want to look good and we all want to stay young,” the Georgia native said. “But really, I think our youthfulness comes from our heart.”
Stracke — who was celebrating the launch of her new cashmere line at SUTTON boutique in West Hollywood — told us that she hopes to set an example for her 20-year-old daughter, Porter.
“I have a daughter and so I want to make sure that she learns from me. The biggest lesson is that looks are secondary. Who you are as a person is first and how you live your life, being a leader and leading by example is what’s most important,” she said.
“Because you can look amazing, but it doesn’t matter if you’re a terrible person.”
“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” Season 12 premieres Wednesday, May 11, at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.