Jane Fonda Admits That Her Facelift Has Made Her “Not Proud”

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Jane Fonda says she is “not proud” of getting a facelift, and she has never had another one because she was afraid it would make her look “distorted” and she might get hooked on it.

In a new interview with Vogue, the Grace and Frankie star talks about how her famous career changed the way people think about fitness and how she tries to take care of her own health. The actress and longtime activist on many issues, including climate change, talks about her own experiences with facelifts, what she thinks about people who are addicted to plastic surgery, and how she wants to change the way people think about getting older.

Fonda said, “I don’t want young people to be afraid of getting older. I want them to focus on their health instead.” She was talking about how she feels about getting older.

“Age doesn’t matter, nor does that number in a row,” she said. “My dad died when he was only six years old. Because he was sick, he seemed so old. He had trouble with his heart. I’m not ill. So I’m almost 85, but I don’t feel that old.”

The Oscar winner said that her choice to talk about health, fitness, and wellness, as well as her role as one half of the leading older female duo in her now-ended, show Grace and Frankie, is meant to help people realize that “being a certain age doesn’t mean you have to give up on life, give up on having fun, give up on having boyfriends or girlfriends, making new friends, or doing whatever you want to do.”

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Fonda’s position doesn’t mean she doesn’t know that some privileges, like having access to fitness and wellness tools, can affect how we age. She told Vogue, “As these words come out of my mouth, I’m also thinking about how much money I have.”

“You have the money for a trainer. You have the money for plastic surgery. You can spend money on facials. You have enough money to buy the things that help you look young. That’s right. Money does help. “Someone once said that you need good genes and a lot of money,” she said.

The actress also talked about her own feelings about plastic surgery. When talking about money and access, she said, “We all know a lot of wealthy women who have had all kinds of facelifts and things like that.” She then said, “I think they look terrible.”

“I had a facelift, but I stopped because I don’t want to look weird. I’m not proud of having had one,” she said. “Now, I’m not sure if I would do it again if I could. But I did it. I say it’s true, and then I say, “Okay, you can get hooked.” Don’t keep doing it.'”

Fonda also said that “a lot of women” may be “addicted” to facelifts and other similar procedures, but that since she had one herself, she just does the basics.

“I don’t do facials very often. “I don’t spend a lot of money on face creams or other things like that, but I keep my skin moist, I sleep, I move, I stay out of the sun, and I have good friends who make me laugh,” she said. “Laughing is also a good thing.”

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