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Melanie Griffith’s face is scarred by skin cancer
Melanie Griffith went for a ride and exceeded her expectations.
The “Working Girl” star was photographed in her car on Friday afternoon with a large scar on her left cheek.
On closer inspection, a small portion of the laceration appears to have been stitched up, but is still healing.
The cause of Griffith’s scar is unknown.
A Griffith representative did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
While out and about, the Now & Then actress, 65, looked chic in black-rimmed glasses, a black turtleneck, diamond studs and bright red lipstick.
Griffith in 2018 shared a photo After the operation, he himself bandaged his nose to remove the skin cancer on his face.
“Post-dermabrasion re-wrapping, the final step in repairing removed basil cell skin cancer,” Griffiths wrote in the caption. “If any of you have it, please fix it. If you’re lying in the sun, you’re going to be exposed to a lot of sunlight, be careful.”
She added: “Use sunscreen. Talk to your dermatologist. If you don’t have one, get one or go to the nearest clinic and ask for a test.
Earlier this year, Griffith Open for InStyle Magazine Of the toll her battle with skin cancer has taken, describing it as “it’s a horrible thing when you’re an actor and rely on your face to work.
“But I realized I had to put a Band-Aid on it, which was fine. I looked like an idiot,” she added.