Kate Beckinsale is 'p----d off' that people assume she's had Botox

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Kate Beckinsale is 'p----d off' that people assume she's had Botox
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  • Actress Kate Beckinsale told the Sunday Times she gets "p----d off" when people think she's had Botox injections.
  • The 47-year-old told the outlet her family looks young overall, so her wrinkle-free skin is genetic.
  • Beckinsale also admitted she fears developing a "droopy eye," or eyelid ptosis, from a botched Botox procedure.

Actress Kate Beckinsale told the Sunday Times she gets "p----d off" when people assume she's had Botox.

The 47-year-old told the outlet wrinkle-free aging tends to run in her family, so she hasn't felt the need to get any injections.

"I do get p----d off. It's sort of a given that I've had it, which I just literally haven't," Beckinsale said.

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While she isn't against others getting cosmetic procedures, Beckinsale said her mother's fears around her getting facials or injections when she was growing up stuck with her.

The actress also said she fears getting a botched injection if she ever did receive a jab.

"I'd be the one that would get the droopy eye," she told the publication.

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Insider previously reported improperly placed Botox injections can cause eyelid ptosis, or droopy eyelids, when the wrong muscle in the eyelid gets paralyzed during an injection, rather than the brow.

The only way to treat ptosis is to wait it out for a few weeks or months or to get prescription eye drops called Upneeq to support the healing process.

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