Reese Witherspoon Talks Plastic Surgery: "Don't Need It"


There comes a time in every actresses life when decisions have to be made. Whether to age gracefully and remain true to ones natural beauty... or seek out and embrace an artificial and often dangerous form of anti-aging known as cosmetic surgery.

Award-winning actress, Reese Witherspoon recently sat down with Glamour magazine and shared her thoughts on the topic of plastic surgery. And while she isn't the least bit interested at the moment, she also didn't completely rule out the possibility of future procedures.

Checkout this little snippet from the interview...
I'm not for it. I'm not against it. I have plenty of friends who do stuff and if it makes you feel good, great. But I don't think it's the fix for some sort of unease that you're having about who you are as a human being.
Within her statement, Ms. Witherspoon touches on an important yet easily forgotten message. Plastic surgery isn't a cure-all solution that's going to revolutionize your way of existing in a positive manner.

Instead, we commonly see patients who develop a cosmetic addiction, opting for procedure after procedure, a little nip here and a little tuck there... Ultimately transforming themselves into a completely different person. Which generally isn't the idea when entering the operating room, unless its for witness protection purposes.
I don't think I need plastic surgery at this point. Can we just go day-by-day on that one?
Here's hoping Reese Witherspoon stays completely authentic while staving off any and all outside pressure for cosmetic "enhancement." Heaven knows Hollywood doesn't need another plastic actresses...

Reese has previous talked about maintaining a healthy lifestyle with proper diet and exercise. So it come as no surprise that she's rejecting plastic surgery. There are plenty of plastic surgery alternatives available, diet and exercise being a key ingredient to any anti-aging regimen.

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2 Responses So Far:

Anonymous said...

True!
Reese will not be a more beautiful woman with P.S. whether it is Photo Shop or Plastic Surgery!
She is the perfect example of a person who makes herself beautiful by means of her personality. In and out: beauty on top - Reese Witherspoon.

Anonymous said...

Very few people(excluding those who have been severely injured) "need" cosmetic surgery.
But a procedure or two done with skill and restraint by a qualified and gifted surgeon can enhance what you were born with.
What is wrong with that?
No you do not "need" breast implants but if you feel your appearance would be improved by having breast augmentation surgery (from a qualified physician, not someone you found on Craigslist who shows up to your home with a syringe filled with "fix a flat"!), what is the problem?
The problem is there are too many "repeat customers" who spend too much time in their surgeon's office looking for something else to "fix"- (Heidi Montag dramatically altered appearance comes to mind).
Excluding those who have been severely injured, CS does not "fix", it enhances or improves what you have.
Stop looking for perfection from your surgeon or dermatologist, look instead for improvement and I think you will find you have a good result with a natural appearance.