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Cameron Diaz celebrates ageing with make-up free selfie

Published 31/03/2016

Cameron Diaz
Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz believes learning to age well can help a person lead a long and beautiful life.

Actress Cameron Diaz has posted a make-up free selfie online to celebrate her new lifestyle book.

The Mask star is releasing her second tome, The Longevity Book: Live Stronger, Live Better, The Art of Ageing Well, and she shared her delight with fans with a barefaced snap on Instagram on Wednesday (30Mar16).

"I'm so excited to continue the conversation because learning that you can age well, will actually help you age better," she wrote alongside the image. "If you understand how your body works then you can take action to help keep it in the best possible condition so it can carry you through a long and beautiful life."

In the shot, the 43-year-old poses with the book in front of her as she smiles at the camera, with her blonde hair hanging loosely around her face.

While Cameron has clear skin, the lack of beauty products does show the actress' crows feet at the corners of her eyes, but she is more than happy to age, and has revealed the five secrets to living the happiest, healthiest life possible on her website.

"Moving your body, getting a good nights sleep, relief of stress, and connecting with the ones we love," she wrote.

Cameron's latest book follows her hugely successful 2013 release, The Body Book, and she recently admitted she has no plans to return to acting in the near future as she is enjoying her anti-ageing and lifestyle research.

"(I've) always loved acting and making movies is rewarding, (but) I have nothing coming out and nothing looking ahead," she told Britain's You magazine. "At some point I'll go back to it, but this is what I'm engaged in at the moment."

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