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It's hard to believe that Courtney Cox is going to turn 50 in just a couple of years, but the Friends star is trying to face the reality of it now.

She tells New You magazine excerpted through Us Weekly, "That's gonna be brutal. I'm not that interested in that! That sounds different. It feels different. I think it's hard, the fact that there's a certain age that we can't have kids anymore. My doctor told me today that he just delivered a baby and the woman was 48.  It's like, that's awesome, but it's rare. It's a miracle, you know?"

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Courtney, known for her flawless skin and timeless beauty is all about preserving her appearance as long as she can and admits she indulges in several different anti-aging treatments.

"You know what, I'm game for anything. I'm very open to trying to prolong the inevitable," she admits. "I'm a big laser believer — I really think they are the wave of the future. I just did Ulthera, which is supposed to produce collagen, and I'm about to do Fraxel, which will get rid of all these brown spots off my arms, chest and face."

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In addition, Courtney drinks as much water as possible.

"I'm on this kick where I'm gonna try to drink 64 ounces a day. It's so hard," the actress says. "I can get the first 32 down, no problem. That second bottle is tough but when I do, I feel different."

Although the 48-year-old is doing whatever she can to stop the aging process, she says she feels the happiest when she's sporting a natural look.

"I feel the best after I've worked out, when I have no make-up on and my skin is flushed."

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