These days, Courteney Cox claims she is sick and tired of trying to look like the way she did in the past. In fact, she formerly used filler as a consequence of the fear of aging, but now, she has learned to love herself as she is.
The 54-year-old star of Friends said she spoke with People Magazine about her very first move to get rid of the fillers approximately two years ago. The star said to the outlet that one has to “accept getting older, and that’s something that I had a hard time doing.”
Cox, the friend of Jennifer Aniston, admits she turned to fillers after realizing the way she looked was flawed. Inevitably, as a result of abusing the fillers, she began to look completely different. She said, “I didn’t realize it until one day I kind of stepped back went, ‘Oh, s**t.'”
It was all a learning experience. Today, she’s more accepting of the fact she has grown much older from her days in Friends. Additionally, Courteney has become the face of L’Oréal Paris’ Superior Preference campaign.
In an episode of Running Wild with Bear Grylls, from 2016, the star claimed she regretted her cosmetic procedures. Truth be told, as an aging woman in Hollywood and the entertainment business, getting older is “not that easy,” the star said to the host.
Courteney, like Jennifer Aniston, both got their start in the 1990s with the now-legendary sit-com, Friends. The series has gone down in history as one of the greatest television shows of all time, alongside The Simpsons as well as Seinfeld.
Both women have endured sensationalized media reports in which their personal lives have been put under the microscope. Cox – for her looks and dissolved marriage to David Arquette, and Aniston – for her multiple marriages and relationships.
In one interview, Aniston claims the media highlights the way in which women are judged severely for both getting older and how they look. Aniston criticized the fact she has been portrayed as an older unhappy woman who can’t find a man.