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Chloe Sevigny remains youthful without kids

Published 02/06/2016

Chloe Sevigny
Chloe Sevigny

Chloe Sevigny has become scared of ageing since she turned 40 in 2014.

Actress Chloe Sevigny puts her youthful looks down to not having children.

The American Horror Story star looks just as fresh-faced now at 41 than she did when starting out as a model back in 1992. Quizzed on how she keeps herself looking so flawless, Chloe has a theory - that having steered clear of motherhood has worked wonders on her skin.

"I think it’s not having had a baby yet," she smiled to W Magazine. "Because I think the baby wear and tear and stress on your body is part of the reason why people say, 'Why do you still look so young?' I really think that that unfortunately ages women, especially when they have children in their 30s, not in their 20s. So I think, first and foremost, it’s that and genetics."

She does follow a skincare routine too though, moisturising on a regular basis and often scheduling appointments with a dermatologist. Rather than having Botox, Chloe receives laser treatments and expensive facials to banish wrinkles.

Her measures go beyond visiting the salon though and she even goes that extra mile while in bed to prevent deep lines forming on her face.

"I don’t do a lot of caffeine. But once I hit 40, I feel like things are starting to happen now that aren’t very exciting, and I’m starting to get a little scared," she admitted.

"It’s kind of terrifying. The under-the-eye thing, there really isn’t much to do for that. I also always slept on my side, and now I’m trying to train myself to sleep on my back for these lines (on my face) and these lines (on my neck and decolletage). And with the pillow height, so it’s more with those kinds of things."

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