Botox and filler injections have become an integral part of life: almost no one tries to hide their experience in testing such procedures. The stars are people who have to take care of their appearance 24/7 - you never know where you will be photographed and published on the web. Whether they treat Botox as a loyal friend or still as a bitter enemy - BeautyHack understood this.
Christine Cavallari, author of My Journey to Health, Happiness and Making it all Work, admits that she is not interested in Botox and other injection-related procedures. She does not judge others' choices, but she will choose a more natural way of skin care for herself. “We don't know how durable these fillers are, so foreign substances in my skin are alarming to me. Moreover, aging is a natural process of the body, which sooner or later will come to everyone,”she said.
Julia Roberts assures that all the wrinkles that appear on our face have their own special story. “I want my kids to see when I'm upset, when I'm happy, and when I'm worried. A person's face can tell a lot, but I don’t want mine to talk only about visits to cosmetologists,”the actress admitted.
Actress Brooke Shields at 51 looks great! She admits that she has tried Botox and continues, but she is afraid to overdo it with it. “Laser therapy is a good way to fight wrinkles. True, you need to know a sense of proportion in everything. I don’t want to become like the Joker later?”The actress laughs in an interview for Ladies’ Home Journal.
Julianne Moore just turned 56 and has never tried Botox. In an interview with the American Allure, she admitted that she does not consider botox to be a procedure that helps people look their best. “It is very difficult to make it not noticeable. So what will be your attractiveness then?”She asks.
Actress Jennifer Aniston believes that by agreeing to Botox, you lose the incentive to take care of yourself, exercise and eat right. Therefore, while you can control everything at a natural level, do it, and do not wait for the procedures to do your job for you.
“I was the first person to admit to having tried Botox,” says Linda. “My mom was upset about this. And to my “everyone is doing it,” she replied that there was no need to talk about it. I don’t think so - it’s not a thing that needs to be hidden.”
The actress agrees that lifting and botox are not losing their popularity. Nevertheless, she is upset by the fact that after these procedures people become similar to each other. “Small nose, pointed cheekbones, plump lips - why look like everyone else in Hollywood? Where is the individuality?”She asks.
The actress does not believe in the healing power of Botox, but most of all she is outraged by the fact that young girls resort to fillers and injections. Yes, it seems to them that the sooner you start doing this, the more likely it is to keep your skin youthful for many years. “I disagree with that. On the contrary, if you really decided to try to find salvation in Botox, do it when urgently needed and as late as possible."
Yes, the actress tried Botox, but the impressions were not comforting - she decided that it was the first and last time. “Regardless of what you try, a healthy appearance is behind sports and proper nutrition,” she says in an interview with people.com.
Popular American actress Cameron Diaz is the author of the Longlivity Book.She had the following opinion about Botox: “Botox and other injection procedures help people to increase their self-esteem, improve their appearance, and from this - improve their mood. This is a way to get rid of complexes. I have no problem with that, so I don't need Botox."
Actress Tina Fey considers Botox to be a trend that has been picked up by all and sundry. “People forget they have a choice and think that since everyone else is doing it, why don't I start? It's like wearing Spanx modeling lingerie - you don't have to, but you can try. My choice is not to do either one or the other."