Jennifer Garner warns fans to ‘be careful’ with injectables

Jennifer Garner is no “Daredevil” when it comes to customizing her famous face.

The Texas-born actress, 50, recently shared her beauty secrets to Harper’s Bazaar, including the advice she would pass on to her two teenage daughters with ex-husband Ben Affleck: Violet Anne Affleck, 16, and Seraphina Rose Elizabeth Affleck, 13 (The former couple also shares son Samuel, 10.)

“My advice is to look less in the mirror and be careful when it comes to injecting anything in your face,” said the “Alias” star.

“Be very, very unbelievably judicious and wait as long as possible to add anything.”

At a time when 20-somethings are opting for preventative Botox, Garner also warned young people, “Don’t think you’re 37 and you have to shoot in the face.”

In fact, the beauty of “13 Going On 30” thinks we can all stand giving less importance to our appearance in general.

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Garner shares two teenage daughters with Affleck, whom she was married to from 2005 to 2018.

“Look less in the mirror, obsess less and look at the rest of the world to see what you could use your time for instead,” she said. “We’re all looking at our faces more than we used to, and that’s no use. You are obsessed with changes or how to fix something on your face.

Garner is far from the only star to have expressed reservations about injectables; Busy Philipps recently revealed that she has had “no Botox, no fillers” and “[gets] disappointed when very young women start to fk with their faces.”

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Garner isn’t the only one wary of cosmetic procedures.

Similarly, Kate Beckinsale said she gets “pissed” when people assume she’s had a job, and that she has so far opted out for fear of “crippling [her] sight.”

Even seemingly ageless icon Jennifer Lopez — who married Garner’s ex earlier this month — insists she’s “never done Botox or any other injectables or surgeries.”

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