Charlize Theron the Latest Celeb to Dismiss Plastic Surgery

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South African stunner Charlize Theron might play a queen obsessed with youth and beauty in "Snow White and the Huntsman," but in real life she's not too worried about losing her looks as she ages.

"I'm so grateful that I was raised by a mother who really instilled in me that my moral compass and achievements all had to come from a real place that had nothing to do with my beauty or how I looked. That was very big for her," the blonde actress said in a joint interview with co-star Kristen Stewart in Interview magazine.

The 37-year-old does admit, however, that she might change her mind as those lines and wrinkles form later on. We don't think she'll ever need it, so we hope she stays in this club of hot female actresses who don't want to go under the knife.

Kate Winslet

British stunner Kate Winslet was hounded for her weight when she starred in "Titanic," though over the years she's lost some weight and evolved into one of the best - and most beautiful - actresses on the scene. While she might exercise and eat right to maintain a hot bod, that's where it ends.

"It goes against my morals, the way that my parents brought me up and what I consider to be natural beauty," the 35-year-old told the U.K. Daily Telegraph. "I will never give in. ... I am an actress, I don't want to freeze the expression of my face."

Rachel Weisz

In the same interview, 41-year-old actress Rachel Weisz addressed the elephant in the room: Women who get plastic surgery - especially in the face - look like cartoonish versions of themselves.

"People who look too perfect don't look sexy or particularly beautiful," she said. And hey, she must know the power of real beauty: She managed to snag James Bond (Daniel Craig) after all.

Need proof? Take a look at any of the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." They all have over-exaggerated features brought on by the countless Botox, peels and lifts they've received over the years.

Cate Blanchett

An anti-plastic surgery stance seems to be common in British actresses - Cate Blanchett is another actress against altering procedures. In March, the actress told Fashion ETC. that she doesn't want to tell other people what to do, but that plastic surgery scares her.

"I just know what works for me. I'd be too frightened about what it means long-term. Looking at women in their 20s doing this stuff, in the end all you see is the work. It doesn't fill me with admiration; it fills me with pity," she said.

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