'This month I'm in for two hundred bucks': Jennifer Aniston denies claims that she spends $8,000 a month on beauty
17:13 GMT, 20 March 2012
Jennifer Aniston has laughed off recent claims that she spends over $8,000 a month on her beauty regime.
The star, 43, whose looks are the envy of women around the world, insisted that her real beauty budget is little more than $200.
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Budget beauty: Jennifer Aniston insists she only spends $200 a month on her beauty regime, and not the $8,000 figure that was recently claimed
She explained: 'Although I am a sucker for an amazing
moisturizer, love a great facial, have been using the same cleansing bar
since I was a teenager and have always been a dedicated tooth-brusher,
reports that I am spending eight thousand a month on a beauty regime are
Recently dubbed the Hottest Woman of All Time by Men's Health magazine, Miss Aniston recently revealed that she is a fan of expensive laser peels, which can
cost anywhere between $295 and $1000.
Ageing gracefully: Miss Aniston looks better now than she did when she shot to fame on Friends
‘I became obsessed with laser porn,' she admitted on Late Night with
did this thing called like, a peel. It’s extremely intense – you don’t realise you look like
a battered burn victim for a week – and then it [the dead skin on your
face] just kind of falls off.’
Whatever the golden girl is doing, or
spending, on her beauty regime, it clearly works.
Southern California girl is the embodiment of aging gracefully, a rare
feat in Hollywood.
Many would agree that she looks even better now than she did when she shot to fame in hit TV series Friends.
Now a bona fide movie star, Miss Aniston stars in this month's comedy Wanderlust alongside Paul Rudd.
The pair play a married couple who try to escape modern society after the economy crushes their dreams in New York.