She suffered concussion, a fractured nose and a black eye when she fell over last month.
But Susan Sarandon bravely shook off her injuries to run errands in New York City on Thursday.
The 73-year-old actress was still sporting the black eye that she hid under a large pair of sunglasses.
Slowly healing: Susan Sarandon stepped out in New York on Friday, two weeks after suffering concussion, a fractured nose and a black eye during a fall
Sharing her injury: The 72-year-old actress hid her still black eye behind large sunglasses that she took off to show a friend
But she stopped to show a friend she met along the way how she was healing, taking her shades off to give him a better view.
The Ray Donovan star looked casual on the cold day in a red newsboy cap, a black leather jacket with colorful floral embroidery, blue sweats and orange gloves that matched the soles of her black Nike sneakers.
It's a far cry from November 22, when Susan posted harrowing photos of her injured face after falling.
The longtime political activist was due to give a speech that weekend at a campaign event for Bernie Sanders but had to cancel.
Casual style: The Ray Donovan star wore a red newsboy cap, a black leather jacket with floral embroidery, blue sweats and orange gloves that matched the soles of her black Nike sneakers
'A little slip = concussion, fractured nose, banged up knee. So, looks like I won’t be able to meet the folks in New Hampshire with Senator Sanders tomorrow,' she wrote.
She shared a copy of the stump speech she was planning to give for the would-be Democratic presidential nominee, with the recurring line: 'This is an emergency.'
She added, 'This is not the time for a "pathway" to or "framework" for incremental change. Emergencies require bold, visionary leadership.'