No More Botox for Cox! by polkadots33

Courtney Cox revealed in an interview with Marie Claire that she has tried Botox injections but hated it. She said “I’m an actor, i have to be able to move my face”. This is in complete contrast to a previous post which discussed Sharon Stone’s use of Botox (on her sons feet)!

Cover of Marie Claire Magazine

Cover of Marie Claire Magazine

I think it’s great that Courtney could be honest about trying it and then telling the world that she wasn’t too thrilled. the 44 year old actress, best known for her role as Monica on the sitcom Friends admits that she like the concept of what Botoxcan do but says “you have to use it sparingly”.

She also adds that her husband, actor David Arquette “loves the aging process. He thinks it’s beautiful”. Way to go David…maybe more Hollywood hubbys will begin to follow in your footsteps!

Courtney Cox with husband David Arquette

Courtney Cox with husband David Arquette

 I’m not sure the whole anti-aging rage is really the best way to go for celebrities. 10 years from now, it will be VERY apparent who has opted for cosmetic assistance in the aging process and who has allowed their bodies to age naturally. I meant there is only so much you can do and then you’re just bound to be old and in some cases these women (and men) will be old with faces that no longer move!

I also think that maybe if more celebrities start speaking out against it’s use (or overuse) the whole trend of permanent youth may start to fade a little.

However Cox is not the first to be unimpressed with Botox; 51 year old,Terminator actress Linda Hamilton said in September of this year that she would not be partaking in the Hollywood fad.

Anti-Botox Celebrity Linda Hamilton

Anti-Botox Celebrity Linda Hamilton

So i guess we will just wait and see who wrinkles and who just ages with the grace that many celebrities have done in the past without the wonders of age defying injections.


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