A few years ago, Courteney Cox had distinct facial features.
In a recent interview, Courteney Cox discusses her cosmetic surgery and her evolving sentiments towards it.
Courteney Cox is candid about her openness to talk about cosmetic surgery. Here is everything you need to know about Courtney Cox’s cosmetic surgery.
Courteney Cox has always been stunning, but as she has aged, she has undergone cosmetic surgery and has been very forthright about it.
Being an actor in Hollywood may be challenging, but it’s always refreshing when stars like Courteney Cox are transparent about the procedures they’ve undergone over the years.
In 2017, as she shared with New Beauty, “Hollywood makes it hard; this profession makes it harder.” Courteney has acknowledged using fillers in her face and expressed the challenges of aging in Hollywood.
“I grew up believing that appearance was everything. That as long as I appeared to be in good shape, I would be fine, which got me into problems.”
When she assumed her role as Monica Geller, it marked the first instance when she opted for fillers.
According to People, Courtney Cox’s cosmetic surgery happened because she wasn’t content with herself and her appearance. She stated, “I attempted to keep up with time in a way that was anything other than maintenance,”.
“Well, what would end up happening is that you go to a doctor who would say, ‘You look great, but what would help is a little injection here or filler there.'”
Courteney also discussed with New Beauty how she initiated the process, saying, “Well, what would end up happening is that you go to a doctor who would say, ‘You look great, but what would help is a little injection here or filler there.'”
“Then you hear about another doctor: You should just do this,” they suggest when you meet them. “The next thing you know, you’re layered upon multiple times.”
Courteney mentioned that she put a stop to it when her friends pointed out that she didn’t look like herself.
In 2017, she told New Beauty that you don’t realize the effects of cosmetic surgery until someone brings it to your attention. “You have no idea because it happens gradually until you realize, ‘Oh shoot, this isn’t right.”
And it appears even more unflattering in photos than in person.
She confided in New Beauty that when she abstained from fillers for six months, one of her friends assumed that she had discontinued her cosmetic surgeries and was thrilled about it.
Her friends weren’t the only ones who impelled her to discontinue, but seeing herself in photos did too. “I’d look at photos and wonder, ‘Oh, is that how I appear?'”
And when I queried a friend, they would respond, ‘Oh God, no.’ And I’ve never deemed myself delusional.
“I think photos exacerbate things, so when others around the world see you and write terrible comments, I tell myself, ‘It might be worse than it really is,” she added. “I was trying so hard to keep up, and that actually made things worse,” Courteney concluded.
She also revealed that now she endeavors to maintain a natural appearance as much as possible.