The 41-year-old singer is famed for her youthful appearance and has previously admitted having the injections, which help erase fine lines and wrinkles. Kylie has now decided to stop having them as she dislikes the way they immobilise her face. She is also keen to look her age, saying women should celebrate the ageing process.
"People want to check behind my ears for surgery scars. But you can look yourself, I don`t have any," she said. "I wouldn`t want to go under the knife. You`re not yourself if you do that.
"I`m healthy, I`m with a man I love and I`m happy. It feels good. So I have to embrace my age, I have lines just like the next girl now. I`ve been honest about the fact that I did use Botox. But I don`t any more, I won`t go near it. I have lines. You can see the lines on my face."
Kylie famously poured herself into a pair of tiny gold hot pants for the video of her 2000 track Spinning Around. She recently shot the promo for her new song All the Lovers, in which she again dons small shorts.
The star admits showing of her figure in skimpy clothing can be daunting, but she refuses to obsess about the way she looks. She doesn-t exercise much as she doesn-t enjoy it, instead choosing to eat healthily.
"I honestly don`t really work out. But I use a lot of body make-up which helps! I do a low carb diet, especially if I know I`m going to do a photo shoot. But it`s not really dieting, just last minute panicking," she laughed to British newspaper The News of the World. "I`m body confident and I don`t really have to work for it which will make people annoyed. But it`s kind of true. When I knew I was going to be in the tiny hot pants again I said, `Cover my legs and butt with body make-up!` It`s definitely the way forward."