'Baywatch' actress Pamela Anderson prefers aging naturally than going under a surgeon's knife when she gets older.
Anderson, 44, who has two sons - Brandon, 15, and Dylan, 13 from ex-husband Tommy Lee, has been advised to go with muscle-freezing Botox injections but declines it as she would rather see herself age naturally.
"It's personal choice. I think it was much more popular in the 80s. People are doing injections and Botox now, which I'm not really interested in," Contactmusic quoted her as telling New!
"Everyone is telling me I should but I don't care! I want to see what I look like when I get old," she added.
Although she refuses to undergo cosmetic surgery, Anderson is little concerned about the times ahead but tries not to think about it too much.
"The other day, I started to really think, 'Oh my gosh, I'm 44, what happens now?' 50 is close. I think you just have to not worry," she said.
The actress also revealed that she is less worried about losing her looks as she never felt pretty about herself.
"I've never really felt pretty, though. I always felt like a tomboy. A lot of it comes with insecurity when you try and be pretty, you're trying to get approval," she said.