Jenifer Aniston won't deny using non-surgical treatments

Television and film actress Jenifer Aniston has refused to deny rumours she has undergone cosmetic treatments. In an interview with InStyle magazine, the 42-year-old, who gained worldwide fame after appearing in the hit US sitcom Friends, refused to deny having dermal filler injections."People think I do a lot of injections, but I don't," she said. However, the star added that she was not saying she hadn't tried injections. Aniston said she has noticed how her skin has changed in recent years and spoke openly about having work done to remove sun spots on her skin. According to a report by the Daily Mail, she seemed to suggest in the interview that she was using laser surgery. The Californian also added that she now turns to factor 60 sunscreen to help protect her skin when she is out in the sun for extended periods. Earlier this week, a group of cosmetic surgeons from Flowood, Mississippi, said while prevention is the best option when it comes to skin damage caused by exposure to the sun, a range of cosmetic procedures from creams to chemical peels can also be used.