Jennifer Lopez swears she’s never done Botox: ‘I’m not that person’

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Jennifer Lopez announced that she would be releasing a skincare and makeup line last August and the skincare part is coming in January. Women around the world will finally be able to buy that JLo glow. The skincare line was said to have gone through “100 rounds of product development” before being released to the public. Surprisingly, Jennifer credits olive oil, sunscreen and a great cleanser for her glow and not Botox. She swears that she’s never used it. Below are a few details about the launch and her skincare routine, from People and Page Six:

On her skincare line
“I think I’ve been thinking about it for about 20 years. Everywhere I went, I felt like everybody was always asking me about my skin. And as I got more mature, the questions came more often,” Lopez says during an appearance on PEOPLE (The Show!) airing Wednesday night at 7 p.m. EST. “It was actually very nice, but I realized that it was almost like an obligation. Like I had to put out a skincare line for everybody who was asking.”

But for Lopez, creating a product lineup wasn’t just about putting her name on a jar of face cream. Like everything the superstar touches, it had to be perfect.

“The past three years, we’ve been working on the products, but we finally got them right,” the star says during her appearance. “I think I drove everybody a little bit crazy because I didn’t want to put my name on anything that didn’t work or wasn’t exactly what I wanted it to be.”

So after 100 rounds of product development and lots of back-and-forth with her cosmetic chemists, JLo Beauty’s collection of glow-boosting products was born — a Gel Cream Cleanser ($38), Multitaskting Serum ($79), Multitasking Mask ($18), Nonstop Wonder Cream ($58), Broad Spectrum SPF 30 Moisturizer ($54), Eye Cream ($48), Complexion Booster ($39) and Skin-Nutritious Dietary Supplement ($36). – From People


She says she’s never done Botox
“I haven’t ever had Botox to this day,” the “In the Morning” hitmaker, 51, told editors during a Zoom call to discuss her first-ever beauty brand.

“I’m not that person. I don’t have anything against people doing that; it’s just not my thing. I’m more about a natural approach to skincare … but I want [my products] to work. I want the hyaluronic acid in there. I want the things that are going to help, because I don’t want to have to go to the needles at some point. I’m not saying one day I won’t, but I haven’t yet.”

In lieu of invasive procedures, Lopez credits her flawless complexion to olive oil — “It’s a secret I’ve used over the years because it really does work,” she said — and diligent SPF application.- From Page Six

[From People and Page Six]

I do hope that JLo allowed dermatologists and skin specialists to create this product because olive oil is NOT good for the face at all. It is comedogenic which means it clogs pores and is known for creating a happy place for bacteria which will cause terrible acne. Olive oil also does not absorb easily into the skin because it is a heavy oil. Hopefully, Jennifer didn’t put olive oil in any of her skincare products.

I do believe that she hasn’t had Botox but she airbrushes and uses a ton of filters on her pictures. She can’t also discount great genetics and a good diet for her skin either. With that being said, Jennifer is known for her work ethic so I am sure she and her team would have done their due diligence and the products will be good quality.

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  1. Seraphina says:

    She may not have done Botox, but she has had other stuff done to her face – plus the fillers and airbrushing. She is smart and doesn’t over do whatever she is doing. She looks great but I am not buying what she is selling – both the BS about no Botox nor the products. I see a dermatologist and I go what the doctors say. BUT, they too are starting to peddle products.
    And yes, olive oil is TERRIBLE for the face. My family is from the southern Mediterranean and it’s said to be great to use on skin but never on the face.

      • jules says:

        And this whole “people kept asking about my skin so I had to put out a skin care line”. Girl, if you’re not doing anything to your skin surgery or filler wise, why wouldn’t you just promote the products you use? It just sounded so ridiculous to me.

    • CB says:

      Chica is gorgeous but had either facial threading or the ponytail lift (look it up) which both Mel B and Heidi Klum have both had done. All these women are gorgeous with great genetics but your face doesn’t get tighter as you go into peri/menopause. #facts

      • Ennie says:

        Staying at the same weight (no fluctuations) helps a lot, plus genetics. If in her family their skin doesn’t sag too much, she is very lucky. There are some older people who really have taut skin, Jennifer could be lucky, but I guess she’s had help.

      • Carol says:

        I think she has good genes and has a pretty healthy lifestyle which is why her skin looks so great. I believe she never had botox but I’m sure she had/has other stuff done like skin resurfacing etc. I doubt she has fillers though.

    • Trillion says:

      yeah, she’s probably done Dysport. So technically, not Botox. LOL.

    • Snappyfish says:

      Yes she is that person. She has been that person for years. She is such a thirsty liar

  2. Sierra says:

    I actually believe that Jen never had Botox and instead maintained her skin with natural products.

    Having said that, I am not going to spend £30 pounds on hyaluronic acid when I can get an amazing one from The Ordinary for just £5.

    • lobstah says:

      I just got that from The Ordinary! Hell yeah for $7 beauty products!

      • Sierra says:

        The Ordinary products are amazing and cheap.

        Hyaluronic Acid combined with Niacinemide has been wonderful to my complexion.

    • Noodle says:

      @sierra, love TO products! I started getting hyaluronic acid from Trader Joe’s of all places, and I think it works better for me than TO. They have an antioxidant serum there as well that’s really, really good. My other acids and retinols are TO!

      I get Botox for migraine and while yes, it is going into my forehead, I don’t see the evil in that. It’s the going overboard with fillers that (I think) is responsible for all the weird faces. Then again, it’s all in the amount and placement. Botox for migraine has different dosages for therapeutic purposes.

      • ChloeCat says:

        Noodle, how is Botox working for your migraines? It worked great for me for the first 8 months or so & then it suddenly stopped working. I’m so disappointed. I’ve been suffering from these damn headaches for over 45 years!

      • Oh-Dear says:

        @ChloeCat – sorry to jump in but I want to share, as I have also had migraines for about 40 years. I was on Botox for a few years, I found it most effective when I was injected in the sides of my head, in the back, and along my neck but that it was becoming less effective. I hated the feeling of Botox in my forehead, and I am a teacher and like to be able to be expressive. It reduced my migraines down to about 10-15 a month, the pain was less sharp. However, about a year and a half ago I started Aimovig and I am down to maybe 3/month. It has been life changing. I have a friend it did not really work for but it did for me. I did stop the botox a few months into the Aimovig but by neurologist had recommended I keep both if they were working together. After trying without the Botox I found I was still doing fine.

      • ChloeCat says:

        OH-DEAR, thanks for responding to me! I just started on Aimovig. I had tried it once before but had to stop because it wasn’t covered by insurance, I hope that isn’t the case again. What I would give for only 3 headaches a month! People who don’t have headaches don’t understand how much we suffer.

    • vegasschmegas says:

      I have a bunch of different TO products. I look like a chemist. Got Buffet with Copper peptides….I swear it has made a difference in my skin.

  3. Millennial says:

    I feel like it’s a low key diss when a person is like “I would never, but you do you, but I’m allll natural.” Like, lady, get over yourself.

    • Southern Fried says:

      Same.
      Also think she’s dishonest about treatments and procedures. While I’m at it, her act needs to evolve, it’s pitiful.

      • clomo says:

        I noticed that at the Super Bowl, Shakira is a tough act to follow. she makes it look so easy. JLo felt stiffer, and her outfits felt dated but I forgave her when she did a shout out to Puerto Rico and the kids in cages symbol.

      • Kristen says:

        Her thirst just has NO END. NO END IN SIGHT FOREVER AND EVER.

        WE get it Jen – you’re beautiful. You’re sexy. You’re youth in a bottle.

        Now – would you please leave us alone?

        Remember: Absence makes the heart grow fonder!

    • Arpeggi says:

      She might be “all natural” (doubt it), but her bf sure isn’t…

  4. Jannie says:

    It means she’s done everything except botox

    • Snuffles says:

      Probably. But I’m impressed with her doctor’s and aestheticians work! I’m willing to check out her skincare line. But too have concerns about olive oil being the center of it. At least for the face.

    • StormsMama says:

      It’s also possible to get laser facials (if she’s had them for 20 years already especially) and get porcelain doll skin. It just sluffs all the dead skin and dry aging skin away. Add to that oxygen treatments to the face—-
      I mean there are lots of invasive techniques of course but there are also lots of OTHER ways to have great skin “naturally” with out Botox.

  5. Shannon says:

    All these celebrities lie about the work they’ve done, ESPECIALLY the ones hawking a skin care line. I think she’s lying, not because her face looks frozen but because it’s the default position.
    (Also: entirely possible to get Botox and still look natural, not be able to tell. It’s called *going easy on it.* A dear friend of mine gets a few injections a couple times a year – because she can’t afford more – and you’d never know it.)

    • Darla says:

      Exactly, I don’t think anyone would know i have Botox. I mean, I tell everyone because that’s how I am, but I don’t think seeing me in a grocery store you would know. I go very light, and I love it.

    • Bookie says:

      I’ve been getting Botox for over a decade now (55 yrs old) and I don’t think anyone can tell either. My skin looks like I’m in my 30s. I can’t say the same for my butt though.

    • Bookie says:

      I’ve been getting Botox for over a decade now (55 yrs old) and I don’t think anyone can tell either. My skin looks like I’m in my 30s. I can’t say the same for my butt though.

    • Lili says:

      True, I do it twice a year and very natural and do not elevate my eyebrows too much, very subtle…good doctors can do it, I believe she has good genetics to but it is not true she does not use these type of treatments…

    • Anna says:

      Yes. And also that first pic she looks just like Kim K.

  6. Joanna says:

    Puleez, she does Botox.

  7. BusyLizzy says:

    I get Botox, I guess I’m that person. It’s time to end the stigma around injections because you can get them and look natural. The key is to not over do it!

    • Darla says:

      It’s SOOO stupid. I will tell anyone I get Botox and other injectables. I’m very open about it, while at the same time, going to a doctor who has a very light hand. I love the way they make me look, I don’t think you can generally tell (except just after I get my lips done, which is once a year), but I tell everyone anyway.

    • Lizzie says:

      I get Botox too. If Jennifer is telling the truth then good for her but I am not lucky enough to have her genes.
      Also I don’t feel like Botox is skin care exactly. I’ve had deep 11’s between my eyebrows as long as I can remember and skin care played no part.

    • Chris says:

      Yeah I don’t get the stigma around it. We all like to look good and it’s way more dishonest to pretend that looking 32 when you’re 50 is just magical genetics. I’m 30 now and I take very good care of my skin, pretty good genes and I’m still getting wrinkles in my forehead. You just can’t fight time forever. People only associate Botox with people who overdo it so I’m assuming they don’t realize that subtle work is exactly that.

    • BK says:

      Nothing about getting botox makes anyone a bad person! But you are one for being a pathological liar Jlo. Her and a-rod are 2 birds of a feather

    • Size Does Matter says:

      Same. I’m that person (pre-pandemic anyway) with no shame. More for us!

  8. Sarah says:

    I’m here for the masks that coordinate with your outfit. if I had the £££ I’d be all over that.

  9. Chris says:

    I think the two biggest reasons she looks amazing are SPF (seriously the most important skincare item) and good doctors. I agree with everyone else, she’s had work done, but it’s just been very subtle.

    • SamC says:

      From what I’ve read JLo has also never been a smoker and drinks a ton of water. Agree she’s probably had some subtle work done but she seems as committed to her skin care as she is to her fitness.

    • Eleonor says:

      She is a Latina, our skin get old in a different way, and doctors and A+ treatments and that is the result.

      • SofiasSideEye says:

        Agreed, Eleanor, I am as well. Personally, I’ve never had botox either and am the same age as JLo. I may not have wrinkles, but in my family we don’t wrinkle, we sag. lol I’d like to know what she has had done so I can say, “I’ll have what she’s having.”

      • Eleonor says:

        @SofiasSideEye: I am nearly 40 and I totally get what you are saying: I have ONE wrinkle on my forehead, but I see the skin is going to sag.

    • lucy2 says:

      I agree. I think she has taken amazing care of herself and her skin, and whatever she’s had done beyond that is subtle and looks great.

      Plus in her still photos there are filters and retouching, like everyone else these days. I honestly think they make her face look tight and uncomfortable, but in video and other photos she looks fine.

  10. OriginalLala says:

    There’s dozens of non-botox treatments and fillers that she is probably doing, it’s all semantics with celebs

    I’ve been looking into IPL treatments as a non-invasive, non-injectable way to boost collagen and firm up my skin as I move into my mid-30s

    • Darla says:

      I had those, and they’re amazing. I forget what my doctor alternates them with, it’s a total of four treatments, two IPL and two something else. Great results.

    • SamC says:

      I do IPL a couple times a year, mostly to help with rosacea but the fringe benefits are really nice too and compared to other treatments it’s relatively affordable and no real downtime.

      • Sienna says:

        Looking at her face in motion and her brow spread, I call BS! Sunscreen is huge but she’s 50 and the face in motion doesn’t lie.
        IPL is great for sunspots, fine lines and texture – but as it is light based technology it does nothing for collagen. You need deeper into the dermis to stimulate neocollagenesis.
        I do 1 to 2 IPL tx per year and then one or two RF needling (morpheus8) per year and my skin stays smooth. Oh and Botox, cause who cares!

  11. Merricat says:

    I think it’s time to stop perpetuating the whole “she doesn’t age!” Mythology. Everyone ages. Everyone who is living a full and active life shows the wear and tear of experience. I am proud of my age signifiers. I don’t care what people do to themselves, but I hate the fiction that they’re the only ones in the history of the world who has avoided aging. 🙄

    • Katie says:

      Exactly! It’s downright weird to look 20 at 50, my idol is Julianna Moore, she looks her age but stunning, she’s in great shape and her face has wrinkles of kindness and happiness, not anger and resentment. wrinkles from positive facial expressions look good and the person is still beautiful with them just like they were without them, it’s the ones that reflect negative emotions that are unpleasant to look at (because obviously).

  12. FHMom says:

    JLo looks her age. That’s what 50 looks like. She wears a ton of makeup, which when applied properly, can mask fine lines. She filters her photos. Her skin is great, but that’s genetics. I guess most people associate 50 with being a granny. I mean, Michelle Obama is 56. Lots of women look great at 50.

  13. giagia says:

    She’s had a few face lifts. All of the over 45-50 have them.

    • Dilettante says:

      And a very recent recent one. She looks terrific. The haircut and change in styling are to distract the eye from the recent lift. I want the name of her doctor!

      JLo has amazing bone structure – impossible to take a bad picture of her.

  14. paranormalgirl says:

    I’m not sure what “that person” is? I mean, is that a dig at people who have used Botox? I used it for migraines, but wasn’t overly fond of the corresponding cosmetic result, so I didn’t use it again. One of my friends does Botox and looks amazing. Nothing wrong with using it for whatever reason and her comment smacks of judgement.

  15. Tiff says:

    I believe she hasn’t had any work done. When you see her without her makeup she looks normal. She looks younger than 50 but I think that’s good genetics. I think she wears a ton of make up and airbrushes for shows, pictures, public but I don’t think she has had any work done…

  16. Lizzie says:

    People are forever trying to shame women. Weather clothes, hairstyle, makeup or now Botox there is always someone to above it all looking down on you. Look at a school dress code, typically the girls code is twice as long as the boys.

  17. Anna says:

    Bwahahahahahahahaha,….

  18. Mel says:

    Oh yes u r Jenny. Stop with the faux ‘real’ schtick. Whatever you are doing – it’s working but don’t pretend that you are somehow above dabbling in the cosmetic intervention space.

  19. Veronica S. says:

    Botox, maybe not, but she’s clearly had other types of work done. Even if she did, who cares? It’s an industry staple, and nobody is under the impression otherwise. I really don’t understand this Hollywood obsession with ~natural beauty.~ They’re all getting work done to keep up with the demands of their industry. I wish they’d just be more honest about it.

  20. CROOKSANDNANNIES says:

    I laughed at “as I got more mature” instead of “as I got older.” Dude, we all age. Get used to it!

  21. Lili says:

    Camon!! Does she think we are idiots? Maybe not botox exactly but other procedures…theres is so much hipocrisy in these celebrities, give me a break !

  22. Winterberry says:

    We would all look amazing if we had a small army of chefs, personal trainers, assistants and endless time to polish and perfects ourselves… Anyway, she has always been a mediocre performer.

    • ChloeCat says:

      Winter berry, THIS!!! If all of us had a small army of people doing everything for us & millions of dollars in the bank life would be so much easier for all of us!!!

  23. ME says:

    If you really want the J.Lo “glow” you’ll have to use the products she’s been using for many years. It’s funny how celebs think we are stupid. She didn’t get that skin from using her own products that she just recently created. You gotta use that $500 a bottle stuff. Either way, her skin care line will do really well because it’s J.Lo and she has a lot of fans. I’m a fan. I used to wear her perfume obsessively !

    • CuriousCole says:

      Exactly, she hasn’t been using the items she’s shilling now. She’s been paying big money for exclusive treatments for years. The pricey stuff makes a big difference and I say that as someone who has great skin genes. When I can afford SKII masks it makes a huge difference in my face’s brightness, dewiness, and moisture vs using cheaper products. (I keep them in their pouches and in zip-lock bags after opening and use the excess as my nightly serum. One bag lasts me weeks, my wallet is definitely not J.Lo sized.) Money makes a massive difference in anti-aging routines, both in products available and in less financial stress which can contribute to prematurely aging.

  24. Kristen says:

    Olive oil is actually just fine for your face, but you can’t use a ton of it (because then it will clog pores), and you shouldn’t leave it on your skin. But it’s great for a cleansing/hydration step, particularly if you get things like eczema spots that are irritated by harsher cleansers. I use it occasionally for a 10-minute mask and then wipe off with a steam-warm washcloth. Just like any products, it’s kind of dependent on what works for your skin type.

  25. Ellie says:

    Yes, olive oil is terrible for the skin. I doubt she uses that

  26. Alexandria says:

    Her jawline is different. If she did not do Botox to that jawline, she did something else. Anyway whatever she is doing, she looks great. Just stop posing with her mouth open.

  27. Sparkles21 says:

    I live in London and feel like EVERYONE around me has a Botox + HA filler + high frequency / laser facials and PRP regime. Like literally everyone from my 20-something PA to my dentist etc. Is there some sort of stigma that we don’t see in cities like London because it’s so common? Really good/pricey practitioners mean that it is nearly impossible for others (unless they get fillers/Botox/dysport themselves) to tell you have injectables (i.e. my forehead/brows are mobile) and they tend to look very natural these days so not clear why everyone is so quick to deny using them… Just curious!

    Also how is the “it’s just HA from deciem/ olive oil” line still working? I am in my early 30s with ethnic skin and I feel like using good topical products, having a very consistent SPF regime and eating well/working out is only 60% of the battle (the rest is the injectables etc!). I totally read her use of HA as fillers rather than the little bottle from deciem!

    • Wickster says:

      I agree. There is no way her face is Botox/ injectable free. Especially Botox-free. Her forehead is proof–it is completely smooth in all her photos. That is frozen muscle, nothing to do with skin. There is just no way that is natural at her age –and has nothing to do with “good skin”. Until you get to her age (I am 60 now) you don’t get it–but there are just some thing healthy living and SPF and good skincare cannot prevent.

  28. Maryanna says:

    Hopefully “that person” wasn’t her target market for her skin care line. Oh wait, women 25+ are absolutely her target audience and the ones who can afford it are using Botox.

  29. yinyang says:

    Yeah but she’s done everything else. I mean why you use botox when you’ve had everything nip tucked and filled.

  30. Jennifer says:

    My dermatologist knows the derms that work on Jlo. Jlo sees a TEAM of doctors every other week. That’s her routine. My doc got so tired of her patients asking her about Jlo that she brought it up. People need to realize that Jlo’s face is the creation of constant dr. visits. We are looking at $$$. And the lying does not help women.

  31. Pocket Litter says:

    FFS, just look at a picture of her from when she first started out, say when she was a dancer on the Wayans Bros old, old TV show. She doesn’t even look like herself nowadays. Untalented nobody who has had a freaking frame-off restoration. Can’t imagine what factory original parts she still has, if any. Phoniest b going.

  32. Moorele says:

    There is no way she hasn’t had Botox or some sort of lift… I am her age and have forehead lines and crows feet that have been magically helped by Botox!!

  33. ChloeCat says:

    She is a liar. She’s had tons of Botox, though tastefully done. I wouldn’t buy one product she puts out. There are tons of products out there that I’d rather support. There’s lots of stories about Jennifer stiffing employees & believing employees should not be paid a decent wage. I find this so offensive. I hate it when someone is obscenely wealthy yet believes that the “little people” shouldn’t be paid properly for their work. It’s a reflection of their true character. She may look pretty on the outside but she’s actually an ugly person.

  34. DivorceLawyerNY says:

    If she has laser, peels and lifting treatments on a regular basis, she wouldn’t need Botox, would she? It is a little disappointing for her to tout the “natural” remedies. There is probably a lot more going on than olive oil.

  35. Wickster says:

    I am “that person” and just feel, based on my own experience, that there is just NO WAY she doesn’t use Botox and strategic fillers to maintain her look. Even the most excellent skincare routine and SPF will not prevent deeper wrinkles and sagging that are related to underlying muscles, not the surface of the skin. Until she discovers a cream that penetrate the skin and freezes muscles, or fill hollows in the face–no skincare routine alone can prevent these effects of aging. I believe she’s lying to sell her product –but why? You still need good skincare to supplement Botox and fillers.

  36. February-Pisces says:

    I think she looks amazing, she’s probably the best looking 50 year old I’ve ever seen, she gives me actual hope that you can look great past a certain age. But come on, of course she’s done Botox. If she’s not doing Botox she’s doing everything else. But whatever work she’s has done, she looks great. It’s easy to assume that Botox and fillers magically make people look good, but it doesn’t look good on everyone. How many celebrities look botched? She’s got it right, but she’s always had great skin.

    • Kaykay says:

      Check out trinny woodall. She’s five years her senior. Looks much better imo, and does not lie about being “all natural”.

  37. JanetDR says:

    And once again, I would not have recognized JLo by the header picture. I honestly thought “What has JLaw done to herself” 😂😂😂
    I don’t care what people do or don’t do to their faces, but lying about it is what makes us all pay attention to it.

  38. Cacec04 says:

    I’ve never had Botox either and my forehead looks great because I’ve had Dysport! 😆 It would totally not surprise me if she specifically mentioned Botox but excluded all the other injections and fillers just to make it sound like she’s done nothing.

  39. Abby says:

    So not botox, but juvederm. Got it. This is such bullshit.

  40. Xava says:

    Could she mean that she uses olive oil as in, in her food?

    • CuriousCole says:

      Xava, I wondered that too. I’ve recently begun taking Ultimate Omega pills from Nordic Naturals to help with my spondyloarthropathy and since then I’ve noticed my skin seems … not plumper, but hydrated in a way that topical treatments can’t give, if that makes sense? Also, for whomever suffers joint issues, I’m happy to report those omega-3′s are really helping my back, even living a cold, northern climate.

  41. Valiantly Varnished says:

    Sure, Jan.

  42. Jules says:

    She has access to every top-notch treatment and skincare specialist that she wants, I am not buying that she is natural. Nor do I think anyone was asking for another celebrity skincare line.

  43. Mia says:

    I feel like all these celebs saw the money from Fenty / Rihanna and were like “I can do that too”!! Plus Goop.
    Lord, everyone is an influencer professional consumer these days

  44. Linda says:

    They think they can lie and we’ll be stupid enough to believe them. Celebrities are so used to their PR people selling us a line about the rest of their lives they think we’ll believe their no plastic surgery/Botox/ filler BS as well. Yes, she looks great. No I don’t think it’s down to sunscreen and expensive creams.

  45. Coolitude says:

    She is beautiful for me and not looking plastic. It is not like Nicole Kidman, Eva Mendes, Courtney Cox,… you can nearly not recognize them sometimes. Jennifer aniston or penelope cruz for instance are aging perfectly. They probably do a lot of beauty procédures. So even if some do botox, the problem is when you do too much. A friend had botox and it is just perfect. No shame to do it

    • yinyang says:

      I think the smart way to go about it is you pick and choose the places you need it most and leave some parts out.

  46. lolalola3 says:

    Until they start asking men about using Botox (Mr. Cruise?), I think the entire question is sexist and female shaming. We don’t ask if she colors her hair or tweezes her brows. What business is it of ours? Women have to stop making others feel bad that we don’t all wake up like this. Because, goddamnit, we don’t and any 50 woman without a line on her face is either dead or a botox using normal woman (spoken by a botox using normal 50 year old woman). I get it, she is putting out skincare but saying she looks like this because she drinks lot of water & gets a ton of sleep is a boldfaced lie meant to make me feel bad and run out to spend beaucoup bucks on her skin care. *F* that.

    • yinyang says:

      Wow, Tom Cruise? I was just thinking the other day how great he looked, now I know why. Well thanks, I’m off to check out some before and after pictures.

  47. Detnow359 says:

    I’m sure she swears she’s always done all of her own singing, too. Get out of here with that lying! Botox, HGH, whatever she is using she’s not aging untouched

  48. Kathy Kack says:

    She is full of BS

  49. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    Gawd. Her comments are annoying AF. “I’m not that person?” WTF. But you are the person who can’t look at a camera with your f@cking mouth closed. You are a make-up- contouring, flashy sequin and stiletto wearing middle-aged poser desperately hanging on to every remaining sexy cell in your body which, by the way, screams desperation. Screams look at me! Screams not maturity, just older and still spilling the shill.

  50. Tiffany says:

    After seeing Hustlers, I believe her on the Botox quote.

    You saw those years and wear in Ramona’s face on the screen. Jennifer is a vain woman and she Oscar-ed it up for that film.

  51. So_Cal_Sam says:

    So sick of the dishonesty these celebs preach. JLo has gone to same the doctor for Botox and fillers that I have gone to for the past 15 years. The same doctor Britney goes to and the same doctor who did Jen A’s multiple nose jobs, as well as Cameron Diaz’s nose job(s). She’s delusional if she thinks these doctors and their staff don’t talk. They love to name drop, especially the ones in Beverly Hills. Get over it, JLo.

  52. jferber says:

    Chloecat, I agree with you. She does stiff people (a la Trump). I read that she had a limo waiting for her for many hours. She ended up not using it and refused to pay because she hadn’t used it, despite them reserving it for her and spending the time waiting for her. I’ve heard a lot of wealthy people do this type of thing. I don’t believe that she’s all natural either. She looks younger and better now than she did doing the film Selena in her twenties. over twenty five years ago. So how does THAT work?

  53. JillyBean says:

    Love j lo. Also love Botox. Also love olive oil- for makeup removal and moisturizer when it gets dry.

    Don’t like that “not that kind of person”… reminds me of prude talk lol

  54. Holly says:

    lol she is a liar, liar, liar.

    • Winterforever says:

      I don’t understand celebrities lying about plastic surgery and botox. Anyone with half a brain knows isn’t true. The thing that bothers me the most is that not looking your age makes you somehow special. Women have a harder time with aging and losing their looks. Society has an insane beauty standards and an unhealthy obsession with youth so I don’t blame them. I appreciate and admire women who live healthy lifestyles and embrace their changing looks. And as much as it’s probably none of our business I just wish JLo and celebrities would opt to not talking about it at all rather than lying and denying. BTW I’ve had subtle work done and not because I’m worried about looking young. I was a 26 pack a day smoker. It ruined my skin. I get botox around my mouth because of smoker lines so I can wear lipstick without it bleeding outside of my lip line. I also had laser resurfacing because no matter how long it’s been since I quit smoking it did a number on the quality of my skin. I still look my age (46) and it doesn’t bother me in the least.

  55. elle says:

    She is unrecognizable in that top photo. I would have guessed Jessica Biel dressed up as a Kardashian for Halloween.

  56. NYStateofMind says:

    She doesn’t smoke, never did drugs, not a big drinker, healthy, a dancer, Puerto Rican….I believe her. She wears a lot of make up and all her pictures are heavily edited. But…..without make up, she looks younger! Not a fan of hers. Don’t like or dislike her. Everybody’s skin is different. I don’t think anyone will ever invent a skin care line that works for everyone.

  57. Syrah Eshghi says:

    When I scrolled over the hearder pic I thought for waaay to long that this was Kim K. And I guess that’s all you need to know about that picture.

  58. AppleTartin says:

    Olive oil? Come on it is well known she slathers herself head to toe daily in La Mer cream. It’s $190 per ounce.

  59. bears says:

    What’s so wrong with being “that person” who gets Botox? I probably wouldn’t do it because the potential for heinous results kinda scares me but to each their own. Also, why are women constantly being asked/talking about what magic secrets they invoke to not look like dried up old hags? The assumption being that if you’re over 35 and still look fuckable to men, you must be soaking in baby blood or something. It’s so tired.

  60. anp says:

    I believe her.

  61. Lily says:

    What is wrong with using Botox? Women get such crap for looking old and then they get crap for using Botox.

  62. Alex Schuster says:

    I have been using olive oil for the last 10 years and I can say for me personally has worked wonderfully for my dry skin. I don’t use botox not because i am against it. I just can’t afford it anymore it’s been 6 years without it. I went through panic attacks not being able to have it especially entering my 40s. However, after overcoming my fears of aging ungracefully my skin looks great and youthful because of my use of olive oil. Shyte I feel I am promoting a salad face dressing Hahahahaha