Cameron Diaz Will Soon Turn 51, but She Doesn’t Do Much and Loves Her Wrinkles

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This summer, the Hollywood beauty will turn 51. However, the star is not concerned about her age at all. She is enjoying motherhood and doesn’t think much about her appearance or wrinkles. As it turns out, Cameron doesn’t even fuss over household routines, yet she still looks fantastic.

Her incredible physique opened the doors of fame

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With her 174 cm silhouette, gorgeous features, and bubbly personality it is nearly impossible for Cameron to go unnoticed. And just when she was only 16, the Californian teenager signed a modeling contract with one of the biggest agencies. Soon after she started appearing in ads for some of the world’s most famous brands and was featured on the covers of magazines.

Thanks to her advantageous looks and witty personality, the successful model had already set foot in the world of spotlights and fame even before entering her twenties. And just at 21, her first breakthrough role in The Mask made her the ’’It’’ girl that everyone talked about and desired.

She regretted the procedures she had undergone.

Cameron admitted that she used to overthink her appearance in the past and “pick herself apart.” She said that she’d sit “in the mirror for seven hours a day” until she realized that it was toxic.

So she succumbed to societal pressure and decided to have Botox injections in the mid-2000s. It was during that time that numerous rumors emerged about the changes in her face. Diaz honestly revealed that she had received Botox injections and immediately regretted it.

“I’ve tried [Botox] before, where it was like [a] little tiny touch of something. It changed my face in such a weird way that I was like, ’No, I don’t want to [be] like [that]’ ... I’d rather see my face aging than a face that doesn’t belong to me at all.”

Since then, she has chosen to age naturally. She says she loves her laugh lines because they signify that she has smiled a lot and been happy.

Learning to be grateful to her body

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However, Cameron’s priorities totally shifted after spending 8 years away from the limelight. This calming period has allowed her to accept herself and her changing body, which was refreshing.

During this time-out, she realized how precious her body actually is and this acted as a much-needed wake-up call. She thought to herself “Why am I sitting here being so mean to myself? My body is strong; my body is capable, why am I going to talk down to it when it’s carried me this far?”

Now aging is the least of her worries

Today, Cameron couldn’t care less about the signs of aging that are appearing as she is hitting 50. In fact, she admitted, “I can’t wait to be 50, it’s so great because you just know more.”

And her excitement is understandable, after all the star is now more than ever comfortable in her own skin and is ready to embrace this new milestone with open arms. She noted, “The last thing I think about on a daily basis, maybe not at all during the day, is what I look like.”

And while the anti-aging industry is now more than ever before booming with treatments and procedures to diminish the signs of aging, Cameron chose to take the opposite path.
She admitted “I literally do nothing. I never wash my face.” The actress added “I have a billion products that I never use. Twice a month If I’m lucky.”

The one thing that really matters

It seems that this stress-free attitude towards aging is the key to staying fresh and happy because the star is now glowing more than ever.
In 2019, the actress became a mother for the first time and now her main focus is to stay strong, fit, and healthy for her daughter. Diaz shared “I want to feel vital for my child. I want to be the mum that runs around.”

Cameron became a mother at the age of 47. Now she is enjoying motherhood and plans to live until the age of 107 in order to have as much time as possible with her child and family.


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