Home Alone’s Catherine O’Hara, 68, Reveals Her Secret to Looking So Naturally Radiant and Explains Why She’ll Always Refuse Plastic Surgery
At 68, Catherine O’Hara is one of the most beloved Hollywood actresses thanks to her iconic roles like the mom in Home Alone and her more recent portrayal of the eccentric Moira Rose in Schitt’s Creek. And even though she looks more radiant than ever, she is not getting any help from plastic surgery to reverse the signs of aging. And we think her approach toward getting older is as refreshing as it is extremely clever.
Instead of worrying about her wrinkles and seeing aging as an obstacle, O’Hara considers it a blessing. She is thankful that she is getting the chance to grow older. The mother of 2 noted, “First of all, I’m lucky to be alive, so I don’t mind aging.” She added, “I believe we should embrace and respect age and love ourselves for it.”
And the actress confessed that she has never gone under the knife, saying, “I’m a freak in that I’ve never had anything done to my face.” Moreover, she insisted that she will always have zero interest in all the procedures that make one look younger. The Emmy winner explained, “I don’t want to get surgery, and I don’t want to get needles other than acupuncture needles.”
However, when we look at how radiant she is, despite getting close to 70, we can’t help but wonder what her magical recipe is. And even though she likes to keep it all-natural, she has a specific beauty tip that helps her look stunning.
O’Hara believes in the power of good skincare products. She once admitted, "I wouldn’t mind spending a little more time and effort and money on good skin care.’’
And from time to time, and before big award shows, she treats her skin to a 60-minute Triple Crown Facial, which is described as a treatment to help sculpt and lift the face. In addition, it is said that this procedure also removes dull skin cells, tightens the skin on the face, and results in a natural glow.’’
Moreover, this iconic lady’s big and genuine smile is another reason to love her forever-illuminated face. After all, her smile reflects how confident and comfortable she is in her own skin, which adds heaps to her charisma and beauty.
Do you agree with Catherine that we should embrace aging instead of trying to reverse it with plastic surgery?