Actress Britt Ekland, known as Bond’s ex-girlfriend by the public, regrets the aesthetic corrections she made.
In the 1990s, she injected Articol, an experimental collagen, into her lips, which was then used to enlarge her lips. Today, using it is considered risky.
“I think surgery ruined my face. Everyone has a choice. I decided to have surgery in my 50s and I will never think about it again. I don’t want to look any different,” the actress told Platinum Magazine.
She believes that cosmetic surgery has ruined her natural beauty and claimed that it was the biggest mistake in her life.
“When I looked at my photos before that, I looked really good. I see it now, but I didn’t notice it at the time,” Britt said.
After a doctor in Paris injected her with Articol, Britt went on to say that in the next 20 years, corticosteroid injections are very painful and hope they can dissolve it.
He now realizes that aging will happen to everyone.
“It doesn’t make sense to complain about it and want to change. We are all moving in the same direction and there is nothing we can do about it. It was important to take care of yourself during that trip,” Britt said, noting that she “feels better than ever. Anytime is good.”
By the way, Britt starred with Roger Moore in the 1974 film “The Man with the Golden Gun”.