Carla Hall 'Won't Do' Injectables Despite Joking Her 'Face Will Drop Quicker Than My Breasts' (Exclusive)

The former cohost on "The Chew" says she has nothing against Botox, but she's passing on the treatment as she embraces an "easy-peasy" lifestyle

<p>Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty</p> Carla Hall at a Glamour event in 2022

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Carla Hall at a Glamour event in 2022

Carla Hall is embracing aging with gracefulness and humor.

As the host of Max's Chasing Flavor, 59, looks to her 60th birthday in May, she says there are things she will — and won't — be doing to feel good about herself.

At the top of her pass list: Botox. "Won't do it,' Hall declares. The star is not against the injectable, she tells PEOPLE, she's just leaning into an "easy-peasy" lifestyle.

"I don't judge people who do it. I have friends who do Botox. I am not good with maintenance, and what if I can't afford it one day?"

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But rest assured, she's not worried about the consequences. "Child, my face is going to be down there with my knees. My face will drop quicker than my breasts will. [But] no. I'm not doing it."

"I'm getting older, and understanding what my skin needs at this age," says Hall.

"I don't want to look 40. I don't care that I have a wrinkle. I don't care that when I smile, you may see some crow's feet, or you may see something in between my brows, laugh lines. Because my laugh lines means I laugh. My dimple is getting deeper, as I age, and I'm okay with that."

<p>Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty</p> Carle Hall in 2022

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Carle Hall in 2022

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As for what she will do, Hall says having a skincare routine is essential. "I have a really good girlfriend, Lorrie King, and she created Caire Beauty [pronounced "care"] because her mother was going through chemo, and her skin was really dry. It helps menopausal skin. I'm like, 'Girl, I'm in," Hall says.

While Botox might be a no-go, she will invest time and money in facials. "I've been getting them since I was twenty-four. That's the one thing that I will spend money on." In between appointments, Hall will mask at home.

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"One of the things that I realized was, I had to really take care of my skin because makeup was going on top of it. So before I do a big job, I'm putting a mask on. Because again, I just don't want all of the makeup and everything going into my skin."

All in all, Hall is accepting her age and her body for what it is. "I have knobby knees. If you bump into my elbow, it's going to hurt. I have big feet, I have buggy eyes. There are certain features I have accepted and certain [ones] that I like. I like my one dimple, my niece has the other one, so together we have a pair."

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