After years of questions over her face, Nicole Kidman admits: I HAVE used Botox
Botox? Not me! That, at least, used to be Nicole Kidman’s response to questions about how she kept her complexion so porcelain perfect.
Now, however, she has performed something of an about-face.
The Oscar-winning actress, 43, has finally admitted to having Botox injections.
Spot the difference: Lines are clearly visible on Miss Kidman's forehead in the picture on the left, but have disappeared on the right - and now she has admitted the reason why
But she insisted she no longer uses it, because she did not like the results.
She wasn’t the only one.
In 2008, one cosmetic surgery expert told a medical conference that Miss Kidman was so ‘over-Botoxed’ she was giving the industry a bad name.
Miss Kidman, 43, made her confession to a German magazine interviewer who asked her about keeping wrinkles at bay.
‘I’ve tried a lot of things but apart from working out and a good diet most things don’t help,’ she replied.
‘I even tried Botox but I didn’t like how my face looked afterwards. Now I don’t use it anymore - and I can move my forehead again.’
Her previous declarations on the subject included: ‘I am completely natural. I have nothing in my face or anything.’
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