Drew Barrymore Avoids Plastic Surgery Due to Her ‘Highly Addictive Personality’: ‘It Scares Me’

Drew Barrymore avoids plastic surgery.

The talk show host, 48, revealed she avoids cosmetic procedures due to its “highly addictive” nature.

“I have a very addictive personality, so I’m afraid I’ll keep chasing it, doing this and doing that,” Barrymore told People in an interview published Thursday.

“It scares me, just because of my own approach to things,” she added. “So I’m waiting to make changes.”

The ‘Never Been Kissed’ actress – who battled drug addiction as a teenager and quit drinking altogether in 2021 – insisted she did ‘nothing’ to combat the process of aging.

“I have a very addictive personality, so I’m afraid to keep chasing it, doing this and doing that,” the talk show host told People.
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Barrymore struggled with drug addiction as a teenager and quit drinking completely in 2021.
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“And I’m going to maintain that as long as possible,” she said. “I have no judgment on anyone who does anything. But I don’t see myself resorting to it.

Barrymore, however, dabbles in beauty products and loves experimenting with different hairstyles and shades.

The former child star admitted she dyes her hair so much she “don’t know [her] true color.”

The Flower Beauty founder said she has “no judgement” for those who choose to go under the knife.
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But going under the knife doesn’t interest Barrymore, who hopes to show her daughters — Olive, 11, and Frankie, 9, whom she shares with ex-husband Will Kopelman — that growing old is a gift.


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“It means you’re alive, you’re living, and that’s a really good thing. Embracing aging is such a positive and healthy message,” said the Flower Beauty founder.

Barrymore co-parents her two daughters with ex-husband Will Kopelman.
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According to Barrymore, she emphasizes the importance of health – rather than physical appearance – with her daughters.

“Health is really a priority more than anything else when there’s peril,” the mother of two told People.

“If you are healthy, you can focus on many other things, including beauty. But it really is the most important thing of all.

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