Cameron Diaz: I wouldn’t judge someone for having botox
Cameron Diaz wouldn’t "judge" someone who opts for botox.
The ‘What Happens In Vegas’ star understands that people choose to undergo the treatment to "feel better about themselves".
She said: "I have absolutely no judgement on what makes people feel good about themselves. [Those procedures] are there to help people feel a little bit better about themselves.
"If they do feel better about themselves, then those procedures have worked. I have no problem with that. And [in] a lot of instances, it does make you look like you’ve taken a nap … or that you might be a little younger than you looked maybe the day before."
However, the 43-year-old actress also had some words of warning for those wanting to undergo the procedure, insisting it won’t turn back time.
Speaking on the Oprah Winfrey Network show, she added: "The places that the Botox doesn’t reach are still ageing. So, it’s very, very important to know what happens to your cells [and], if you really want to age well, how you can manage that ageing on a cellular level through the five pillars of well-being."
Meanwhile, Cameron previously insisted she won’t "accept" age shaming.
She shared: "If I’m relying on everybody buying me as a 25-year-old, then I’m screwed. I’m not going to keep trying to keep up with an image of my 25-year-old self. If I try to keep that up then I’m just making it painful for myself.
"It’s up to me as an actress, as a human, as a woman, to say that’s not acceptable for me anymore, and you can’t demand that of me. I will go and do the things that speak to me, the things that are relevant to me now. Women, we can go and do that."