Kylie Jenner, Nicole Kidman and Four Other A-List Stars Who’ve Quit Botox and Fillers Throughout the Years

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Celebrities do their best to look beautiful and fight for their young-years-look. They set up standards they can’t reach just like us. Likely, some of the famous people stop poisoning their body with fillers and Botox and accept themselves. 

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Kylie Jenner

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If you noticed something a little different about Kylie Jenner in the Instagram photos she posted on Sunday, you’re not alone. Several commenters noted a subtle change but couldn’t quite put their fingers on what it was, with one saying, “she looks like the old Kylie here idk why.”

Jenner herself was happy to explain, however, in a reply that was screenshoted and featured by Instagram account @commentsbycelebs: “i got rid of all my filler,” followed by two of the flushed-face emoji and a smiley face.

Kim Kardashian West

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In an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians that aired in 2010, Kim Kardashian tried Botox. “I had some bruising around my eyes after the procedure, which is totally natural, but because I hadn’t looked into the side effects, I freaked out. Botox just wasn’t necessary for me at [that] age,” the reality mogul reportedly said.

Just a few years later, when pregnant with her second child, Saint West, went on the defensive after filming a makeup tutorial, when many of her fans believed she’d had some work done on her face. “No I don’t do fillers or botox when pregnant like some tabloids are reporting, you would have to be really sick to endanger your child like that,” she reportedly wrote on her site, KimKardashianWest.com. So at least that issue’s open and shut.

Nicole Kidman

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Nicole Kidman is arguably one of the most famous Botox users, but after many years of injections, she too bid adieu to the Botox. In her quest for staying youthful and healthy. She admitted to German magazine TV Movie in 2011 that she’s “also tried Botox.” But she “didn’t like how my face looked afterwards, which led to her quit going under the needle. “Now I don’t use it anymore—I can move my forehead again,” she joked.

Pamela Anderson

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The OG Baywatch babe may be a portrait of plastic surgery in excess, she’s admitted that Botox and fillers may not have been her best decision. In 2015, Pamela Anderson opened up about her decision. “I am the last person to try Botox but I did,” she told People. “I felt like my eyes sunk into my head so far that I didn’t look look like me anymore! I’m not into all that stuff.”

Yet she does admit that trying to look youthful is not necessarily a bad thing. “I think a little bit of maintenance is good. There are things we can do to perk ourselves up. Some people go to far. I’m not obsessed,” she said.

Gwyneth Paltrow

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The actress is almost as famous for the wacky tips from her Goop website as she is for her film roles. She said: “I’ll try anything. Except I won’t do Botox again, because I looked crazy. I looked like Joan Rivers. It’s a mix.”

Cameron Diaz

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The actress has confessed to having some help winkling out the wrinkles.

Speaking of Botox in 2014, she admitted: “It changed my face in such a weird way that I was like, ‘No, I don’t want to be like that’.


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