Former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson has said that she is going to embrace the aging process and take a step back from cosmetic treatments such as Botox and dermal filler injections. The 48-year-old told People magazine that she feels ‘younger all the time’, despite the fact she is nearing fifty, and said that she would have been ‘the last person to try Botox’, although eventually she decided to give it a go.
Pamela told the magazine that she doesn’t care about getting older and decided to stop getting facial injections because she didn’t recognise herself anymore, following years of Botox treatment. When it comes to aging, the actress takes a philosophical view, saying ‘It is what it is.’ After experimenting with the anti-wrinkle treatment, the star admitted that ‘a little bit of maintenance is good’ but said that ‘a healthy attitude’ is more important to her when it comes to being young at heart.
The mother-of-two went on to say that some people ‘go too far’ with their cosmetic treatments and maintains that she is ‘not obsessed’ with the way she looks. As well as keeping a healthy attitude, Pamela added that she is lucky enough to have good genes to fall back on, thanks to her mother, and she’s looking forward to growing old gracefully now.