After three decades in the spotlight, ageless Winona Ryder credits sunscreen for her flawless skin
Actress Winona Ryder said she feels "ridiculous" discussing ageing because has "maintained youthfulness" since her career began nearly 30 years ago.
The 44-year-old star, who shot to fame in 1998 with iconic roles in Beetlejuice and Heathers, is often hailed for her ageless appearance with Marc Jacobs even joking that she "made a pact with the devil".
Ryder stars in the designer's latest Spring/Summer '16 beauty campaign and he praised her natural approach to ageing, saying: "[She] doesn't seem to age...[it's not] plastic and it's not filler or any of those things."
While the Edward Scissorhands star said she hasn't experienced any ageist attitudes in Hollywood, she said she enjoys getting older. "I do look older. And, obviously, everyone knows about airbrushing," she told The Sunday Times.
"I feel like it sounds ridiculous for me to talk about ageism, because I've been very lucky, in the sense that in other people's eyes, I've maintained this [youthfulness], but I wish society could just celebrate ageing and it could be more of a goal. I do enjoy getting older.'"
She credits daily sunscreen application with boosting her skin over the years, saying she never leaves home without it and a good night's sleep is her secret to
"When I’m not working, (I just use) sunscreen and lip balm," she told Allure magazine. "If I go out, tinted sunscreen and lipstick."