PS: I've read articles where you've had a strong anti-Botox stance. I was wondering if you had anything to add to the conversation when it comes to women in their 20s getting preventative Botox.
JA: Well obviously I think that's the way to go. I don't know who said for 20-year-olds to start doing Botox but it's beyond me. The muscles and our faces need to move, especially when they're 20! If I don't go to the gym for ever and my legs, my glutes, and my quads don't move, eventually they start to atrophy, which means they lose their natural ability to be strong. If anything you want the muscles in your face to sort of tighten and move.
Get facial massages or there are great lasers now — they have micro-current, radio frequency, and all of these thing that actually work out the muscles as opposed to freeze them. You don't want to freeze your muscles, you want to activate your muscles. People buy into Botox as a quick fix or magic bullet, but you want to be able to move the muscles in your face like you move your muscles in your body. If you don't move them, atrophy starts to set in and then skin gets saggy when the goal is to be up and lifted!