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Cindy Crawford Admits To Use Of Botox

Cindy Crawford was part of an elite group of supermodels famous for her lush light chocolate brown hair and her signature facial mole.  She was truly a beauty icon famous for her true natural beauty.

Cindy who is now 43 years old and married to Rande and mom to two kids, was the queen of magazine covers throughout the Eighties, Nineties and into 2000 right before she retired.

(Cindy Crawford at AFI Fest 2009 Gala Screening of "A Single Man" - 11-05-2009 - All Rights Reserved)

She also dabbled with acting with not great results, did commercials and graced billboards.

The natural beauty has admitted to using Botox to maximize and enhance her beauty.  Although Cindy who retired from her modeling nine years ago has always denied having plastic surgery, she admitted she visited a London cosmetic surgeon for several years to have the injections design to reduce wrinkles.

Cindy's disclosure came during a wide-ranging interview with columnist Piers Morgan in the UK.  Although she stopped prancing down the catwalks or posing in her swimming suit for Sports Illustrated, Cindy remained in the beauty industry creating her own range of products.

(Launch Party for the Book 'Rare' - 10-22-2008 - DailyCeleb.com - All Rights Reserved)

Although she confessed to contemplating more sophisticated and complicated surgery, she eventually dismissed it because she thought it made women look "unreal" and unnatural.

Cindy reports she hasn't done any Botox for ten years nor has she done any collagen.  She also said 'there's a doctor here in London who I've gone to for Botox. I did a whole skincare line with him. But I haven't done Botox for ten years. And I didn't do collagen, I don't think.'

Cindy explained about the pressure of looking good 'because people have such  expectations of what they are going to find when they see me, that brings added pressure to fight the ageing process.'

Cindy's interview, which will be publihed in GQ magazine this week said  'I mean, don't get me wrong, I think I'm holding together pretty good.'

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