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    Renée Zellweger Wants People To Embrace Who They Are Instead Of Buying "Garbage" Antiaging Beauty Products

    "I'm like, what, you’re saying I'm not valuable anymore because I'm 53?"

    Renée Zellweger is calling out beauty companies for their "garbage" antiaging products.

    A close-up of Renée smiling

    In fact, Renée doesn't believe they should be making antiaging products at all — and women should be embracing who they are as they get older.

    A close-up of Renée on the red carpet

    Renée recently shared her thoughts about beauty products, explaining that she doesn't want to see "all those ads telling us we don’t need to look our real age if we just buy all their creams and their fixes and all that garbage they want to sell us."

    A close-up of Renée on the red carpet

    "I’m like, what, you’re saying I’m not valuable anymore because I’m 53? Is that what you’re saying?" Renée said in an interview with the Sunday Times.

    A close-up of Renée smiling

    Renée added that she believes there's a "big difference between being your absolute best, most vibrant self" and "wanting to be what you’re not."

    A close-up of Renée on the red carpet

    "To be vibrant and beautiful, you must embrace your age; otherwise you are living apologetically, and to me that’s not beautiful at all," Renée said.

    A close-up of Renée on the red carpet

    And at age 53, Renée shared that she feels the most authentically herself she's ever been.

    A close-up of Renée on the red carpet

    "Turning 50 felt like a whole new beginning without the nonsense, the point where you can stop listening to all those voices in your head and all those expectations and projections people have of you and become more authentically yourself," Renée said.

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    She continued, "Like, good luck, all you suckers out there, because you’ve got to survive a lot to get to my age, and I’ve earned my power and voice."

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    You can read all that Renée had to share here.