While the beauty aisle in stores across America has products that make many women (and men) happy, it also harbors many harmful messages that these two stars are pretty fed up with. Do you agree with what they have to say?
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Oprah: You emphasize in “The Body Book,” great title, “The Body Book,” is that there's no such thing as anti-aging.
Cameron: No such thing.
Oprah: Which is what you just said and we live in this culture where it's on everything.
Cameron: Yeah, when I watch TV.
Oprah: It's like permeates our society. There's anti-aging creams . . .
Oprah: . . . There's anti-aging spas.
Oprah: We're a culture that makes aging. And as somebody that just turned 60 . . .
Oprah: Yay, and I do mean yay.
Oprah: It just pisses me off.
Cameron: I know. Me, too. I get so mad when I hear like on commercials on television where like . . .
Oprah: We're supposed to now apologize for being who you are . . .
Oprah: . . . and where you are and what it took you to get here.
Cameron: Well, that's the thing isn't it? Is that we don't honor the journey and who we are . . .
Cameron: . . . and how much we have to offer. For me, I feel like if I… It's almost as if we have failed if we don't remain 25 for the rest of our lives. Like we are failures. It's a personal . . .
Cameron: . . . failure. Like our fault that at 40 years old that I don't still look like I'm 25. Oh, I'm sorry. I apologize. I didn't… Wasn't able to defy nature.
Oprah: Defy nature.