When Courteney Cox revealed her new face to the world, it was quite a shock. The actress, who is best known for her roles in Friends and Scream, looked almost unrecognizable after having all of her dermal fillers removed from her face. Cox had no choice but to face her decision to remove her fillers and wanted the world to know that she did it for one reason and one reason only – she wanted to feel and look like herself again.

“I’ve had all my fillers dissolved,” she said in an interview with New Beauty. “I feel better because I look like myself.”

And she is looking quite beautiful.

The 57-year-old actress has been open in the past about her struggles with aging in Hollywood. And she’s not the only one. Many actresses have resorted to Botox and other cosmetic procedures in order to keep up with the demands of the industry.

Cox is now hoping to set an example for other women who might be thinking about going under the knife.

“I think that people look at [Botox] and fillers as this quick fix,” she said. “And it is. It’s a quick fix for looking younger. But you have to keep doing it.”

“I’m as natural as I can be,” she continued. “I feel better than I’ve ever felt.”

And she looks amazing. We hope more celebrities follow in her footsteps and start embracing their natural beauty! Thank you, Courteney Cox, for being an inspiration to us all.

But Cox says that she’s done with all of that.

“I’m as natural as I can be,” she said. “You’d see fillers in my face and think, ‘Oh, maybe she needs to give her face a break.’ I thought, ‘No, this is how much better I look.’”

We have to say we agree. Courteney Cox looks amazing, and we’re so glad she’s decided to embrace her natural beauty. Thanks for being an inspiration, Courteney!

As anyone with any knowledge about Hollywood knows, the media is very tough on celebrities – especially women. While a man might get away with an unkempt look and be considered gruff, his female counterpart is expected to look her best.

But Courteney Cox is proof that you can still look beautiful without resorting to drastic measures. And we applaud her for that. When celebrities step out of their comfort zone despite the challenges they may face or the attacks trolls may launch against their reputation, they prove that they’re people just like you and me. They’ve got challenges to face and troubles to surmount, and obstacles to obliterate.

We hope that more celebrities follow in Courteney Cox’s footsteps and start feeling comfortable in their own skin. We need more representation of “normal” people in Hollywood. And by normal, we mean people who don’t look like they just stepped out of a plastic surgeon’s office.

Do you think Courteney Cox looks better with or without fillers?