Courteney Cox, 58, revealed she regretted having endured skin damage for years as she used to spend hours sunbathing when she was younger.
The Scream actress spoke from experience when warning her 18-year-old daughter Coco, who she shares with ex-husband David Arquette, about the dangers of “frying” her skin.
She said in an interview earlier this week: “I mean, the obvious is sun care. Don’t lay in the sun and don’t fry.
“I always say to my daughter: ‘Coco, your skin is incredible. Let me show you my chest.’ Then she’s like, ‘Mom, I would never have that kind of skin.’
“I’m like, ‘Yeah. Your face you always look at, but you forget your body. Wear sunscreen and care about your body. Really use the right products because it catches up.’”
The Friends star then went on to reveal to Harper’s Bazaar the skincare products she uses to maintain her youthful appearance.
She said: “I love the Dynamic Skin Recovery Sunscreen. I play tennis. I’m out in the sun a lot. And even if it didn’t have sunscreen, I would use it.
“It’s so illuminating and gives you so much moisture. I love the way it smells too. I use that and I use it all over my body because I’m lucky enough to be able to do that.”
Back in March, Cox candidly admitted her eyebrows have begun to fall out after being “overmedicated” due to a thyroid issue.
The sitcom superstar appeared on the Spotify podcast Gloss Angeles Beauty, and spoke openly about her battle with hypothyroidism, which is usually treated by taking daily hormone tablets, which replace the hormone your thyroid does not make enough of.
She said: “My hair was falling out and it turns out it’s because I have hypothyroidism and I think I got overmedicated because I’ve had it for so many years, your body changes.
“I have cream-coloured seats and you could see hair everywhere. But I’ve started to grow now.
“But then I got overmedicated again and now my eyebrows have started falling out, so thank god I microblade. Anyway, they will come back.”
“I went to a really good Endocrinologist and I am on the right track,” Cox concluded.