Jennifer Aniston will 'try almost everything once' to look young, even salmon sperm

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Jennifer Aniston posed for the cover of the Wall Street Journal and admitted in an interview that she would try just about anything to look young - including a skin treatment with an unusual ingredient...

The famous actress confessed that a beautician suggested a facial treatment with salmon sperm, which piqued her curiosity.

"When it comes to looking young, she says she'll try almost anything once. Recently, an aesthetician suggested a salmon-sperm facial," the interview reads, followed by Jen's reaction to this. "First of all, I said, ‘Are you serious? How do you get salmon’s sperm?’," she questioned.

Now, unfortunately (or rather, fortunately for us), Jen admitted that "she doesn’t know if it did anything," – fishy, if you ask me – before sharing her swear-by ritual: "weekly peptide injections that purport to battle the effects of aging".

"I do think that’s the future," she said.

Adam Sandler and his wife send Jennifer Aniston flowers every Mother’s Day, the 54-year-old revealed in the Wall Street Journal interview, explaining that the Murder Mystery, Murder Mystery 2 and Just Go with It co-stars have been close friends since meeting in their 20s.

The comedian and his longtime spouse, Jackie Sandler, have been married since June 2003 and share two daughters: Sadie, 17, and Sunny, 14, reports Page Six.

Aniston, who does not have kids, detailed her “challenging” fertility struggles for the first time last year, telling Allure that she spent a long time “trying to get pregnant.”

“If it wasn’t for going through that, I would’ve never become who I was meant to be. That’s why I have such gratitude for all those s**tty things,” she shared in November 2022.

During “all the years of [media] speculation” surrounding the topic, the Friends star said she was secretly “going through IVF [and] drinking Chinese teas.”

She recalled “throwing everything at it.”

“I would’ve given anything if someone had said to me, ‘Freeze your eggs. Do yourself a favour.’ You just don’t think it,” she lamented. “So here I am today. The ship has sailed.”

Despite the deep wound, the Morning Wars star insisted that she has “zero regrets” and “actually feel[s] a little relief” now.

“There is no more, ‘Can I? Maybe. Maybe. Maybe,’” she explained. “I don’t have to think about that anymore.”

Aniston likened the feeling of sharing her situation publicly to “coming out of hibernation.”

“I’ve spent so many years protecting my story about IVF,” she told the magazine. “I’m so protective of these parts because I feel like there’s so little that I get to keep to myself. … I don’t have anything to hide.”

In a July 2016 Huffington Post op-ed, Aniston pointed out that “women do a lot of incredible things other than procreate.”

“The objectification and scrutiny we put women through is absurd and disturbing,” she wrote at the time. “The way I am portrayed by the media is simply a reflection of how we see and portray women in general, measured against some warped standard of beauty.”

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