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Courteney Cox, Jane Fonda, Ashley Tisdale, celebrities who regret their plastic surgery operations

There are celebrities who regret their cosmetic surgery operations such as breast augmentation and botox injections

Celebrities like Courteney Cox who regret their cosmetic surgery operations
Celebrities like Courteney Cox who regret their cosmetic surgery operations

Courteney Cox

The one who gave life to Monica in the television series 'Friends' regrets very much for having resorted to botox because she could not even move her face well. But she admits that it was all under pressure: "being a woman in this industry is not the easiest thing in the world, but I think I have learned a lesson." 

She now faces life differently. "I have a new motto: just let things be as they are. There are some parts of getting older that are fantastic, like watching my daughter go through the game of life."

Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda has commented in an interview for the Canadian edition of Elle that she is leaving the surgery for good. "I cannot pretend that I am not vain, but there will be no more plastic surgery, I am not going to have any more surgery. I’ ll have to work every day to accept myself."

For years, Jane Fonda has confessed that she has resorted to operations on multiple occasions. "I hate the fact that I had the need to change my physique to feel good. They taught me to think that if I wanted to be accepted I had to be slim and pretty. That leads to a lot of problems. I wish it hadn't been like that. I like old faces, they are faces that lived"

Ashley Tisdale

The 'High School Musical' actress has posted on her Instagram account to tell how she has lived the process of removing breast implants and the reason that has led her to make this decision to her 35 years.

“As you know, I’ve been very open about my mental health journey and feel that this is equally important. Years ago I underwent breast enhancement surgery. Prior to the surgery, I constantly felt my body was less than, and thought this change would make me feel more whole and more secure about myself. And for a short period of time…it did.”

“But little by little I began struggling with minor health issues that just were not adding up—food sensitivities as well as gut issues that I thought could be caused by my implants. So, last winter I decided to undergo implant removal.”

“This journey has been one of growth, self discovery, self acceptance and most importantly self-love. This picture above was taken two months after my explant surgery and I think you can tell just how happy I am to finally be fully me.”

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