Drew Barrymore is aging naturally, elegantly and beautifully, and is doing so with the power of his Flower Beauty line. At 44, Drew is one of the most important actresses in Hollywood who avoids the plastic aspect and believes in being real. She is aging gracefully and encourages women to embrace their own beauty. You will find many photos of Drew on his official social media pages where he has no makeup, plays with his children and is very real and realistic.
In a new Us Weekly article, they met Drew in the fundraiser for the Charlize Theron Africa Extension Project, where he talked about aging, beauty and was an example for his two daughters, Olive Barrymore Kopelman and Frankie Barrymore Kopelman
Drew Barrymore declared the following to Us Weekly.
"I think it is important not to worry about that, but that does not deny taking care of oneself to feel better. At the end of the day, we all need confidence and that comes from inside and outside. It is a very personal journey. I simply cannot be a prisoner. of nonsense * t. Actions are better than words and living that example will probably be my best weapon. "
You can see a photo that Drew Barrymore shared on his official Flower Beauty page below.
More women in Hollywood are adopting aging than ever. It used to be that a woman's career changed dramatically once she began to age. The career of a model ended completely once it reached thirty and today there are models that are between 70, 80 and up to 90 years. Drew Barrymore has been very expressive about self-esteem, self-acceptance and setting realistic standards when it comes to health and beauty.
Since stress and emotional distress can be detrimental to health, it is important to ensure that beauty begins with health and from the inside out. Nutrition, getting enough sleep, exercising, and managing stress are key components in reducing the effects of aging from the inside out. When a woman is confident in herself and is not fighting the aging process, but accepts it, she tends to radiate from within. What do you think of Drew Barrymore's self-acceptance and approach to aging?