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Gwyneth Paltrow’s not afraid to inject a little goop into her famous face.
“By getting injectables, it’s like admitting a vulnerability. I think sometimes honesty is perceived to be a weakness,” the 48-year-old actress-turned-entrepreneur, who’s the celebrity spokesperson for anti-wrinkle injectable Xeomin, told Harper’s Bazaar.
“There does seem to be a lot of stigma around injections.”
For Paltrow’s part, she swears that a “teeny drop” of Xeomin — which touts itself as “a uniquely purified choice for frown lines” — helps her “look less pissed off.”
The Goop founder also revealed to the outlet that she tried a different brand of line-smoothing injections during a “midlife crisis” when she turned 40, with catastrophic results.
“It was a disaster. I didn’t do anything else for a long, long time. I was bruised, my forehead was completely frozen, and I didn’t look like myself at all,” she said.
And while the star recognizes that there’s still “a lot of shame around surgery or injectables or fillers,” she called herself “an open book” when it comes to cosmetic procedures and thinks “it’s nice when women share.”
“If they want to have a beauty secret, that’s okay,” she said. “I’ve shared what works for me, because that’s how I’ve always learned.”
Paltrow opened up about aging during a chat with mom Blythe Danner and daughter Apple Martin last year.
“I think aging is hard,” she admitted. “It’s definitely a process, and I think when you see your face start to change, you don’t necessarily feel your most beautiful externally. But the irony is it’s that time in your life when you actually really like yourself and love yourself. So you sort of internally feel really beautiful.”
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