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Jessica Simpson Opens Up About “Eczema” + She Won’t Get Botox

Why Jessica Simpson Won't Get Botox

Jessica Simpson Opens Up About “Eczema” + She Won’t Get Botox!

Instead of getting botox, the ‘Open Book’ author uses red light therapy to help “tighten” her skin. According to Jessica Simpson doesn’t want to begin cosmetic procedures such as Botox injections, because she doesn’t want to risk losing her facial expressions. Read on for more details on Jessica Simpson Eczema battle and why she’ll NEVER get Botox…


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CelebnHealth247.com reports that Jessica Simpson was asked about her beauty routine and she made sure to let everyone know that botox was NOT part of it.

Jessica Simpson said:

I got really into red light therapy. I went down a rabbit hole on this amazing facialist and I was like, ‘Okay, I need something to tighten my skin, I just turned 40. I don’t want to get Botox, I like my expressions. That’s what makes me who I am.

She goes on to say:

I mean, I understand Botox, but if I can just put a red light on my face, that’s amazing and it’s not something I have to pay for every time. I’m not endorsing that or anything, I really do believe in it. If I’m laying there with the red light on my face, it does put me into a meditative state of mind and I can just play music or a podcast or just get centered, but also know that I’m Benjamin Buttoning myself.

Simpson ‘Transparent’ about battle with eczema:

Jessica, 40, recently opened up on Instagram about her battle with eczema and says she decided to come forward with her struggle after keeping it a secret since her childhood. She said that she wanted to be “transparent” with her fans.

Speaking to InStyle magazine, she said:

I’m always open about my insecurities, and I feel like I’m pretty transparent. I do believe that there is a way that we can find confidence in ourselves. I’ve had eczema since I was a kid. It’s not really anything that I’ve ever talked about, and I don’t really know why, to be honest.

I think because I had it a lot when I was in junior high and high school. Some of my memories of it when I was younger was being a cheerleader and then having to throw a sweatshirt on really quick after doing a routine or practice, even though it was so hot in Texas. They hug in Texas, so everybody would always come up and hug me and be like, ‘What’s on your arms?’ I would just blame it on a heat rash.

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