Sarah Silverman may perpetually dress like a sexy schoolgirl, but in a new interview with Glamour magazine, it turns out that the dirty-minded comedian is all grown up. Like really grown up, like 43 years old, although she doesn’t look or act much over 17. However, Sarah did manage to simmer down long enough to share some insights on aging with Glamour magazine and her views on plastic surgery.
Best known for her dirty mouth and love of controversial topics, Sarah Silverman never shies away from sharing her opinion. Whether she’s on stage, in front of the camera or behind the scenes, Sarah tells it as she sees it, offensive and foul language included.
In a spotlight on being a grown up, the perpetual adolescent shared her life advice, saying that it’s important to take care of yourself and floss daily, but plastic surgery really isn’t necessary.
Sarah Silverman tells Glamour magazine, “I know, aging is like a really slow-moving horror movie, especially for women. But the lines on our faces are valuable. When I see people with fillers or weirdo stretched-out faces, I’m like, You look crazy. (Except Jennifer Aniston. I don’t know what she does, but she looks f–king great!) Your skin is gonna change. Mine is changing now. It’s getting looser. It’s how it is, OK?”
Although she favors schoolgirl style skirts and thigh-highs or super casual plaid and t-shirts, it looks like Sarah really isn’t as childlike as she appears. And clearly she knows how to take care of herself, without plastic surgery.
Sarah has a slim physique, so she probably works out and exercises regularly to maintain her figure. She also hasn’t had kids, which helps to maintain a flat stomach. In addition, unlike some stars, her weight doesn’t fluctuate much so she probably doesn’t have stretchmarks, which can occur with weight gain or pregnancy.
To maintain her sweet and innocent face, without using Botox or fillers, which might prevent her from contorting it or portraying the oversized emotions of her characters, Sarah probably uses a lot of sunscreen and other skincare products that are designed to maintain the complexion.
Sarah probably uses skincare products like SK-II and Crème de La Mer, which are very expensive but are also very effective and have found a lot of popularity in Hollywood. Cate Blanchett is also outspoken in her stance against plastic surgery and endorses SK-II products because she says they help her skin bounce back after sporting heavy makeup for many of her most famous roles.
As a Hollywood denizen, Sarah probably gets regular facials from a spa and may also use spa techniques at home, including a ProSonic exfoliation device which is known to be effective at getting rid of subtle signs of aging like fine lines. In addition, Sarah may also get the occasional chemical peel or laser treatment, which many do not consider to be plastic surgery as they require minimal recovery time.
Sarah looks great and no where close to her chronological age.none