"… Postpone the appointment with fillers and Botox for as long as possible." The American actress told in a long interview that she fears the effect of continuous lifting and filler touch-ups and that she prefers skin care without distortions.
She is not the only star to think so.
At 50, Jennifer Garner has no intention of filling her wrinkles with fillers and Botox. Spokesman of authentic beauty, not at all obvious in the world of Hollywood, the American actress and ex-wife of Ben Affleck said in the course of a long interview with Harper's Bazaar magazine that she prefers daily skincare to retouching.
Botox and fillers: according to Jennifer Garner we are abusing it
In particular Jennifer Garner hopes that her daughters Violet and Seraphina (16 and 13), “wait as long as possible before considering Botox or the various fillers. My beauty advice has always been the same: spend less time looking in the mirror, obsess yourself less, look at the world and find some occupation that makes you happy".
The actress, a fan of high-intensity workouts and soap and water beauty looks, worries about how interest in the aesthetic aspect has increased today, thanks to the boom in social media. Returning to the topic of Botox and fillers, Jennifer Garner does not hide her anxieties. “Be very careful and be cautious when it comes to injectors. And wait as long as possible. Don't think that at 37 it is compulsory to have fillers of all kinds injected under the skin".
Stars like Jennifer Garner prefer natural aging
Jennifer Garner is not the only showbiz star who prefers the healthy lifestyle to the constant appointment with the doctor-aesthetic. Colleague Emma Thompson told Hello Magazine that she feels very distressed by the "super culture" which effectively prohibits aging and imposes plastic surgery and aesthetic medicine as the new normal. Cameron Diaz, 50 years old in a few weeks, tried botulinum toxin several years ago, but she didn't like the effect at all and today she accepts her small wrinkles with a smile, happy to be aging in good health.
Singer Pink wrote a letter to herself via Twitter, promising not to freeze her face with aesthetic medicine and to accept her "the old fashioned way" wrinkles. And what about Meryl Streep, the undisputed icon of beauty, charisma and charm? At Good Housekeeping magazine, the actress has made it known that she wants to enjoy every moment of her life, embracing the years that pass with gratitude.
Author: Michael Zippo