Jennifer Aniston: ‘I am not injecting s*** into my face’

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On actresses opting for facial plastic surgery and fillers:

I think what I have been witness to, is seeing women trying to stay ageless with what they are doing to themselves. I am grateful to learn from their mistakes, because I am not injecting s*** into my face. I see them and my heart breaks. I think, “Oh god if you only know how much older you look.” They are trying to stop the clock and all you can see is an insecure person who won’t let themselves just age.

… says 49 year-old Jennifer.

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11 thoughts on “Jennifer Aniston: ‘I am not injecting s*** into my face’”

  1. I love Jennifer. However, I hope she knows that lips are a part of her face because they look well-injected sometimes.

  2. I see what she means but 1/ she is only right for some people and some procedures 2/ she did it and still does.
    I have acid and botox and i am only 31. I love it, i dont look frozen at all. I just look less tired and worried.

    • That’s what they want you to believe and u get hooked . as we age slowly we don’t notice the change as much so seeing ourself age sovely and accepting its natural. If u started so young every time as you get older u will need more and more Botox and injections , if one day U decide to stop suddenly you’re face will change dramatically and u won’t like it coz u will see 10 yers change in few months so u will go back to same habit , by the time you’re 50 you will start looking frozen . this is a big business big money , they want you to spend you’re money , once you get hooked it’s hard to go back .

      • Not true. I am 25 and have had botox, and even when I took a break from it, my face didn’t change dramatically. The only thing that happened was that my frown lines and a few other lines were back. And I highly doubt that there will be any difference in the future. If you get it done correctly and if you get the right amount, you won’t look frozen. People tend to think you’ll end up looking like one of the Real Housewives but the possibility of that happening is pretty slim unless you deliberately go for the frozen look (unfortunately, a lot of women like that).

        • O,O Omg, sorry but u r soo young. I mean, some people get lines more easily i guess, and at a younger age, but i still think ur age is somehow very young.
          Im 30 and i am only now thinking of maybe doing some hyaluronic acid.
          Maybe is culutre, here in Europe is not something every girl does etc, but still

          I bet u look good and dont really need botox yet. Better save this for at least a couple of years, imho

          • I’ve had botox and I’m 29. It’s not just about wrinkles and aging. I frown a lot not realizing it, when the sun is too bright, when I’m cold, when I’m getting my hair done, etc. and look pissed off all the time because of my lines between my brows. I’ve always looked younger than I am, but I got botox so I wouldn’t look so angry and it’s helped a lot. Also getting fillers to fill the under eyes can make you look very refreshed. It’s not always fun walking around having people think you’re completely exhausted all of the time.

          • I admit that I started a bit early but, as Kristin says, it’s not about ageing. I usually frown a lot just sitting in front of a computer and, most of the time, I do it without realizing it and I end up looking almost permanently worried. I really think it’s all about the amount. As I said, I know many women (mostly here in LA) who openly say “I love the frozen look” and that’s kind of frightening because it’s absolutely not necessary in order to get rid of a few wrinkles here and there.

  3. She’s doing something for sure, but I can believe it’s non invasive. She must have been horrified seeing what happened to her good friend Courteney Cox. I think she looks good, and she’s the most stable celebrity that I can think of, weight wise.

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