Renée Zellweger criticizes anti-aging products that make women feel ‘worthless’ as ‘garbage’ | Business Insider Japan

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Renée Zellweger (May 18, 2022 in Los Angeles, CA).

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  • Actor Renee Zellweger couldn’t wait to turn 50, she said in an interview with The Sunday Times.
  • Zellweger said he loves getting older and wants to be “a better version of himself” than when he was younger.
  • Zellweger, 53, has criticized anti-aging ads that claim older women are “worthless.”

Renée Zellweger couldn’t wait to hit her 50s and criticized anti-aging products as “garbage.”

Sunday Times interviewZellweger opened up about the “age problem” in the entertainment industry and why he’s “absolutely not interested” in turning 23. Zellweger, 53, said she likes getting older, and when she celebrated her 50th birthday in 2019, she felt like she was making a fresh start. did.

“Turning 50 felt like a whole new start, ignoring all the voices in my head and the expectations and projections others had of me and being more of who I really am.” Zellweger told the Sunday Times.

“I’ve overcome so many things in my life, I’ve gained my strength and my voice, so it doesn’t matter anymore.”

Rumors abounded that Zellweger had had plastic surgery in the past.But Zellweger2016 HuffPost columnhas denied the rumors and continues to outspokenly criticize products and advertisements that claim to “make women look younger.”

“What kind of garbage are those ads trying to sell us by telling us we can’t look our real age if we just buy their creams and serums? I’m like, ‘What? I’m 53.’ So you’re not worth it anymore? Are you saying that?’

“Being your best self… there’s a big difference between being your vibrant self and trying to be something different. To be vibrant and beautiful, you have to accept your age.” No, otherwise I’d have to live apologetically, and it’s not beautiful to me at all.”

Renée Zellweger

Renée Zellweger wins the Academy Award for Best Actress for “Judy Over the Rainbow” (February 9, 2020, Hollywood, California).

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Zellweger, who took a six-year hiatus from acting since 2010, said he doesn’t mind internet rumors or tabloids. He doesn’t have a single social media account, and he says it’s “scary” to feel like he has to check his phone every day.

“If you want to look good, get your hair done, condition your skin, spend a day at the spa…do what makes you feel good. Just who you are and what you contribute to.” , how you express yourself should be according to your age.”

[Original:Renée Zellweger said she loves getting older and criticized ‘garbage’ anti-aging products that make women believe they’re not valuable]

(Translated and edited by Yoshimi Yamaguchi)


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