Actress Julianne Moore will not have cosmetic surgery when she will get old.
The 52-year-old actress, whose age has not take a toll on her looks, said cosmetic surgery would have an impact on her career, reported Contactmusic.
"Everyone should do what they feel is best for them. Personally, I've not had anything done. My job means too much to me.
"It's important to be able to play women at all points in their lives and I don't like products that freeze your face in time. I need to show expressions. I'm not crazy about the idea of getting older, but it's part of life," she said.
The 'Kids Are All Right' star wants to inspire people to think of beauty at different ages, rather than thinking someone is attractive despite their advancing years.
"You often hear, 'She's attractive for her age'. A terribly condescending phrase, I find. The message I want to spread is the opposite. I want to give a positive message of beauty at a certain moment, at a specific age. It's very different and it appeals to me. It's a very inspiring and modern way of thinking," she added.