Freezing your face has become a cautionary tale that celebrities used to praise but now many of them are seeing it as a cautionary tales of overindulging with the injectable anti-wrinkle treatment.
According to the New York Post Page Six, many A-listers are denouncing the cosmetic procedure that was once all the rage in early 2000.
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow, 41, admitted that she has dabbled in the age-defying toxin and later regretted it.
In an interview she explained, "I won't do Botox again, because I looked crazy. I looked like Joan Rivers!"
Meanwhile, 54-year-old Emma Thompson told UK talk show host Graham Norton, "Look at me, I'm normal. I really wouldn't do anything. It's psychotic to have your body opened up and stuff put in and inject yourself with poisons."
Hollywood Veteran Nicole Kidman, 46, admitted, "I did try Botox, unfortunately," but added, "but I got out of it and now I can finally move my face again."
Machel Shull wrote a book titled, "Middle Age Beauty: Soulful Secrets From a Former Face Model Living Botox Free in Her Forties," about indulging in a botulism-free lifestyle.
Shull, 42, who lives in Southern California explained, "I know people in their 20s who are thinking about Botox," adding, "There are some girls doing it who don't even have wrinkles yet. And these companies are just trying to sell products!"
Stars like Julia Roberts, 46, have denounced Botox as well, saying, "I want my kids to know when I'm happy and when I'm confounded."
As for her career actress Rachel Weisz thinks the procedure affects her job. She revealed, "It should be banned for actors, as steroids are for sportsmen. Acting is all about expression - why would you want to iron out a frown?"
Kate Winslet clearly agreed and was quoted saying, "I am an actress; I don't want to freeze the expression of my face."
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