Lorraine Kelly thinks she looks fine without plastic surgery.
The 59-year-old TV presenter says she is confident in her natural face and does not want to go under the knife, because she thinks it is "really sad" that people have work done and often end up looking worse than before.
Lorraine told Good Housekeeping magazine: "I look fine and to be honest with you, I see people who have had work done particularly on their lips and think "What are you doing?"
"My make-up artist Helen tells me not to have anything done.
"She sees people who have had work done and has to work 10 times harder to make them look the same as they did pre-surgery. I think it's really sad."
The "Lorraine" host also admitted she would be "too scared" to have plastic surgery, but is not bothered because she doesn't freak out over "a few wrinkles", preferring to call them "laughter lines".
She said: "Look, if you have had it done and nobody can tell, then good for you because we don't know. I'd be too scared.
"I just think, do a few wrinkles - or should I say laughter lines - matter? Is it a big deal? I don't think it is."
The chat show host is happy to be praised for her glamorous appearance and fashionable clothes, and thinks things have changed because older women are now more stylish.
She said: "[I feel] very lucky [to be praised]. I feel we're at a stage where we have more information than ever before, but I think we do generally take better care of ourselves.
"We don't look older. When I was a kid, a woman of 60 looked like a woman of 60: a wee granny perm, a shapeless coat, a tartan shopping bag and comfy shoes."
The full interview appears in the May issue of Good Housekeeping, on sale today (03.04.19).