Lacey Wildd turns heads wherever she goes with her far from conventional, plastic fantastic appearance, but the mom-of-six begs people to “look beneath the skin.”

Lacey, 44, opens up about her multiple plastic surgery procedures, people's reactions, critics, what she still wants done and what she would never, ever get altered in an exclusive interview with Popdust.

As previously reported, Lacey has had at least 30 plastic surgeries and spent more than $250,000 building the most extreme body in the world.

And she’s not done yet!

Lacey is about to go under the knife once again— to increase her already humungous breasts (an eye watering LLL) up to an unbelievable QQQ.

But, she is eager for people to see beyond her surgically enhanced appearance.

“One thing no one really ever wants to do is see beneath the skin,” Lacey tells Popdust. “My heart’s bigger than my boobs.”

How has her life changed since surgery? Do people treat her differently?

Back in the day Lacey was a AA cup

“Women treat me very differently than they did before I had surgery. I think I am a shock at first,” Lacey says. “But if they give me the chance they see I am a mother just like them. And actually humble and down to earth.

“Men have always been attracted to me. But they 100 percent treat me differently post surgery. Now men are intimidated. But some are not. I have no problem with men.”

And what about those who slam her for her over-the-top appearance?

“I’ve learned to ignore people’s reactions to me. And realize I’d be more worried if they didn’t have something to say,” Lacey says.

“When I dream I dream big. I live with no regrets. Love me, hate me or love to hate me. I am living my life the way I want. I suggest [my critics] do the same.

“I mean you may think I am obsessed with my look. But it made me famous and wealthy. And that makes the world obsessed with it too. The world made Lacey Wildd… I just gave them what they ask for!!”

What about claims she is suffering from a mental illness such as body dysmorphic disorder?

“I do not have BDD I am only doing this as a career move,” Lacey insists. “I know what I look like I’m not doing it because I have body or mental disorders… it’s for the money. I am a single mom of six… Yes six. I support them alone.”

In fact, Lacey says that if she were to win the lottery she would quit having surgeries, retire and look forward to  becoming a grandma!

That said, if she did win the lottery and was forced to have more surgery she would have, “a brow lift, my eyes made bigger, cheekbone and chin implants, boobs enlarged, abs sculptured, butt implants, Botox, fillers, oh and fix a few scars.”

However, there are “many” surgeries Lacey will NEVER consider….

“There are many surgeries I wouldn’t have done,” Lacey says. “Like vaginal rejuvenation. My vagina is beautiful. I'm very blessed in that department.”

So, what is up next up surgery wise?

“I want my entire face done,” Lacey says. “I’d like to have larger butt implants and of course my breasts increased.”

And, what’s up career wise?

“I am shopping for a book deal,” Lacey says. “And starting a blog for mothers and for celebs and it’s about life.

“It will help people who have had botched surgery and people with life issues… kids….hubby….sex…you name it. I look forward to helping others stay safe and to live their dreams not just dream.”