Chloe Sevigny: ‘A little Botox is good!’

Chloe Sevigny

Chloe Sevigny uses Botox in a “very conservative” way in order to prevent wrinkles.

The Big Love actress opened up about her daily skincare routine in a new interview for Into The Gloss and shared that she visits dermatologist Dr. David Colbert every six months.

In addition to facial treatments, Chloe revealed she also visits the clinic for Botox, an anti-aging treatment used to effectively treat lines and wrinkles, as well as Ultherapy, a non-surgical ultrasound treatment that tightens skin on the face and neck.

“I get all different kinds of treatments from him—Ulthera, Botox,” she said. “I think Botox is good! It's just a preventative for my 11 lines, but also, he's very conservative because I'm an actress. I attack (the 11s) too, with massage. Sometimes I catch myself doing that and it's really embarrassing.”

Chloe hasn’t yet tried a platelet rich plasma (PRP) facial, which is sometimes called a vampire facial and involves extracting a person's blood before injecting it into their face, though she would be open to it in the future. However, the star definitely won’t be doing any more chemical peels.

“Once I tried some sort of peel thing, and it was insane. I can't remember exactly what the treatment was. All I know is that I came home with my face puffy, and it was like that for days,” the 44-year-old recalled.

Elsewhere in the discussion, Chloe explained that she washes her face with Tatcha’s Camellia Cleansing Oil at night and moisturises with Augustinus Bader’s lotion or Charlotte Tilbury’s Magic Cream. She uses pure tea tree oil for blemishes and is a fan of Chanel’s Hydra Beauty Mask for special occasions.

“It makes me more glowy. I often use that when I'm at film festivals,” she praised of the mask.

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