Oprah: On How To Love The Skin You’re In

O, The Oprah Magazine’s May issue hits newsstands on April 15th

In the May issue of O, the issue theme is ‘How to Love the Skin You’re In’ focusing on admiring the beauty, elegant function and incredible capabilities of nature’s greatest design marvel – the human body.

And Oprah definitely encompasses the epitome of loving the skin you are in! Check out the highlights from the interview where Oprah talks about aging.

On being 60 and how has it changed how she feels about her body:
“I’m not one to get hung up on numbers but if you want to say 60 is the new 40, I’ll take that. You can be and do whatever you want, thanks to exercise and hair color. Hair color. The greatest invention of all time for women. Thank you, Miss Clairol.”

On the best part about aging:
“The absolute best part is being to be free and do whatever you want. There’s nothing better than that.”

On the hardest part of aging:
“The hardest part is really recognizing the time that you’ve wasted and the things that you worried about that really didn’t matter. You regret the time that was wasted.“


Oprah is beautiful, inside and out!

Photographed by Ruven Afanador


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  1. Okay I am sorry but Oprah has no right to talk about being this, she is beautiful and does not look anywhere near 60! I do agree that too many of us put too much into physical appearance and I do not know why. As long as you are happy and healthy who cares what size you are.

  2. I don’t watch anything Oprah related (I guess I am too young lol), but I do think she is a great person and a great role model. I wish more celebrities gave as much as she does.

  3. I love Oprah! She is a great example of working hard and reaping the rewards! You don’t hear her bashing others and she kind of keeps to herself – no drama!

  4. She is so right about being sorry for time that was wasted. That is absolutely the biggest regret I have… not going more places, doing more things (and mind you I/we have gone and done A LOT), because there is so much more to see and do.

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