Jamie Lee Curtis claims that beauty procedures bought her hooked on Vicodin and worries that plastic surgery is ‘wiping out generations of magnificence’.
The 62-year-old star – who admitted her personal experiences with beauty procedures resulted in a Vicodin dependancy, which she has been clear from for 22 years – has criticised trendy magnificence requirements and raised issues over sure developments.
She informed Fast Company: “I attempted plastic surgery and it did not work. It bought me hooked on Vicodin. I’m 22 years sober now.
“The present pattern of fillers and procedures, and this obsession with filtering, and the issues that we do to regulate our look on Zoom are wiping out generations of magnificence.
“Once you mess together with your face, you’ll be able to’t get it again.”
The ‘Halloween Kills’ star additionally weighed in on the influence of social media on psychological well being, noting she makes use of her personal platforms to easily “promote issues and amplify issues” she cares about, describing the whole lot else as “most cancers”.
She added: “It’s like giving a chainsaw to a toddler.
“We simply do not know the longitudinal impact, mentally, spiritually, and bodily, on a technology of younger people who find themselves in agony as a result of of social media, as a result of of the comparisons to others.
“All of us who’re sufficiently old know that it is all a lie. It’s an actual hazard to younger individuals.”
Jamie has beforehand opened up on the pressures felt by individuals rising outdated in Hollywood, as her mother and father – Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh – each went underneath the knife.
Earlier this yr, she stated: “I watched my mother and father get face lifts and neck lifts. I watched their work diminish, I watched their fame not diminish.
“And the contradiction of loads of fame, however not loads of work, is actually arduous to navigate for individuals. Very arduous to be well-known however not be doing the factor that made you well-known.
“And that for the remainder of your life, you are well-known for one thing you probably did a very long time in the past, and also you chase that spotlight.”