While Sharon has been open about past cosmetic procedures such as a gastric band, facelift, tummy tuck, eye lift and Botox injections, she hasn't had anything major recently, and also doesn't appreciate the "face shaming" that she's been subjected to by the British publication.
The 63-year-old mother of three used her daytime talk show as a platform to make her retort.
"Firstly, it must have been a really slow news day," Sharon said on The Talk. "They get you when you're doing a ridiculous face, and they catch you in that one second."
Sharon seems to be letting most of the article's criticisms roll off her back, and there's one claim that she had fun with in particular -- the notion that her face looks "puffy."
"The word puffy? How dare they say I look puffy!" Sharon told ET backstage. "It's just silliness. You can't take it seriously."
Coincidentally, the photo that the Daily Mail used was taken at the City of Hope 2015 Spirit of Life gala in Santa Monica, an event that Sharon's 31-year-old daughter Kelly also attended. It's not lost on Kelly that she could have just as easily been the target of ridicule.