Demi Lovato, 31, gets candid about using injectables: Transparency ‘takes the taboo away’

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Demi Lovato wants to erase the stigma surrounding cosmetic tweakments, sharing that she feels strongly about “owning the choices that help you look and feel” your best.

The “Cool for the Summer” singer, 31 — who uses both she/her and they/them pronouns — is the face of anti-wrinkle injectable Xeomin’s new “Beauty on Your Terms” campaign, and opened up to People on Wednesday about using the cosmetic treatment.

Lovato said using injectables helps her feel confident, but still like herself. Nancy Rivera /
The pop star is the face of Xeomin’s new campaign. Getty Images

“I’m always transparent with my fans, and this is something I wanted to share. It normalizes it and takes the taboo away from injectables,” Lovato told the mag.

While many stars have spoken out against treatments like Botox and fillers, the former Disney Channel star said no one should feel ashamed about wanting to freshen up their appearance.

“It’s all about what makes you feel like your best self,” she said. “Don’t listen to naysayers. Do what makes you feel comfortable in your own skin.”

She continued that she gets Xeomin injections “every three months” and that the treatment gives her natural-looking results.

Lovato looked glam in a black gown at the Baby2Baby Gala last November. Getty Images for Baby2Baby
While the star often dresses up on the red carpet, they told People, “I love a good sweatsuit.” Getty Images for The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection Concert

“There are times I like to get glam and times when I don’t like to wear makeup at all, and this gives me the confidence for both,” Lovato told People.

The “Heart Attack” singer added in a press release that the campaign felt authentic to them because they “always believed in the importance of being true to who you are and owning the choices that help you look and feel like the best, most authentic version of yourself.”

As for the rest of her beauty routine, Lovato told the outlet she’s a fan of “Renée Rouleau skincare products” along with “a very minimal makeup look.”

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Lovato is engaged to Canadian musician Jutes. WireImage
The couple dated for a year before getting engaged. ddlovato/Instagram

“Just tinted moisturizer, a little blush, concealer and brow gel, and I’m good to go,” she said.

The “Camp Rock” star has quite a big beauty moment coming up, as they’re set to marry musician Jordan “Jutes” Lutes after accepting a massive diamond engagement ring from him last December.

“I’ve also been growing my hair out,” she told People, adding, “I don’t know what it will look like for the wedding, but hopefully it’s longer and still the same color.”