Jaclyn Smith, who appeared in the original Charlie's Angels series, has revealed she is "afraid" of Botox as she opens up about her beauty routine.
The actress, 76, also insisted that she hasn't had any filler injected into her face, as she suggested that it's easy to "overdo" it in Hollywood.
Speaking to the Mail on Sunday's You magazine, the star said: "I don’t believe in fillers and I haven’t done any cutting. If I put anything in my face, I use my own fat, which is hard to do."
Speaking specifically about Botox, she added: "I’m afraid of it. My husband says if you do Botox over and over, it totally collapses the muscle.
"You can overdo in this town like nobody’s business. And when you get done it’s not a good look."
Smith is married to heart surgeon Brad Allen, her fourth husband, who she met while he was operating on her late father Jack.
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She rose to fame playing Kelly Garrett in all of the series of Charlie's Angels in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
The actress also appeared in the 2003 film Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, starring Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu and Demi Moore.
Smith – who had two children with her third husband, the cinematographer Anthony B. Richmond – credited Pilates and weightlifting with helping to keep her well.
In 2002, she was diagnosed with breast cancer, but went on to beat the disease.
Smith also shared that she tries to stick to a nutritious diet, featuring scrambled eggs on toast for breakfast, and chicken or fish with fresh vegetables in the evening.
However, the star added: "I try to be healthy but, damn, it’s hard. I mean, I don’t drink or smoke so can’t I have some cookies?"