At 53, Diane Lane knows a thing or two about aging gracefully — just don’t use a certain word around her.

“I don’t use the ‘A’ word, as in anti-aging,” she tells the New York Times. “I just remove myself from those associations. I’m so fed up with the marketing of fear.” The actress admits that being “exposed to so much product,” courtesy of lavish beauty gift bags at events and makeup artists on set, comes with the gig, and it’s something she’s come to terms with. “I would probably spend more time on other things if I could, but then, I make a living on my face, so there are different criteria when it comes to a beauty regimen.”

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