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Justine Bateman: “I don’t give a s–t” 2023

Justine Bateman is aging without regard for what others may think.

Bateman, 57, has been a celebrity since she was a youngster, and her rise to fame has been documented on television.

The “Family Ties” actress didn’t realize the internet’s obsession with her aging face until she googled.

“I needed to google anything to remember myself of something that happened when I was famous, so I googled my name, Justine Bateman, and the autocomplete result was ‘looks old,'” Bateman said on “60 Minutes Australia.”

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She said, “I was just 42 years old at the time… And I said, “What?” And when I examined the photographs they provided as evidence, I was unable to discern what they were referring to.”

Bateman said, “I just don’t give a rat’s behind. I believe I look awesome. I believe my face reflects who I am. I like it.”

While she is aware that it is feasible to undergo treatment and procedures to seem younger, Bateman stated that she prefers her natural appearance.

The writer and filmmaker said that she feels sorry for women who use Botox and fillers to prevent wrinkles because she believes “they’re not enjoying life.”

Bateman stated, “I find it terrible that kids are sidetracked from the things they are destined to achieve in life by the thought that they must correct their face before anything else can occur.”

“Forget about your face! That is what I’m saying. “Let go of the idea that your wrinkled face may spoil a number of prospects for you.”

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this does not imply that the actress has not considered it.

“You can certainly look in the mirror and think, ‘Oh, if I just had a lower facelift, I could get rid of this skin that catches the light, and then I could have that operation where you go into the eyelid, or you know, remove some of the skin, and this that’s hanging over now, over the eyelid, can be removed,'” Bateman said.

Moreover, Bateman’s most recent book, “Face: One Square Foot of Skin,” is a compilation of 47 women’s perspectives on aging and the pressure society places on women to seem youthful.

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