LOVE Island star Molly-Mae Hague has told fans she feels “sick” looking at old photos of herself with filler in her lips and jaw.
The 21-year-old confessed in October that she regretted having the cosmetic enhancement, and had her lip fillers dissolved to return to a more natural look.
Taking part in the latest Instagram trend sharing photos from her camera roll, a fan asked Molly-Mae to share a snap from when she had the most filler in.
The blonde beauty shared a screenshot from her phone having searched “Molly-Mae filler” on Google, and admitted she was horrified at the result.
She captioned the snap: “I don’t like to even look at these pics. Makes me sick that I did that to myself.”
Alongside a collection of grossed-out emojis, Molly-Mae told her five million followers: “We live and we learn.”
Molly-Mae revealed she had her first lip procedure at 17, but it quickly became one of her “biggest regrets” and she dissolved them in October.
At the time, the reality star shared a photo of her natural lips and explained: “I really hope some of you guys learn from the mistakes I’ve made with fillers, especially my younger followers.
“I started getting filler so young and it has been one of my biggest regrets. I used to be so insecure about my slightly thinner lips, but now I’m older I’ve realised that embracing what you have naturally is so much better!
“Reversing all my mistakes now and feeling so much better for it.”
In a video posted to her YouTube channel in February, Molly-Mae discussed going “too far” with cosmetic enhancements after her appearance on Love Island.
She explained: “I have got most of my filler dissolved, obviously I used to get filler and when I came out of Love Island I got a bit more.
“For me, that was the worst time coming out of the villa – the trolling I got for that was really intense.
“It was really horrible but I can understand why it happened because I went overboard with it and I didn’t realise what I was doing. I just went too far.”
Experts recently told HOAR that the social media influencer could have spent thousands of pounds having her procedures reversed.
To add to the lip filler reversal, Molly-Mae is believed to have had jaw fillers reversed and her composite bonded teeth toned down.
Cosmetic doctor Dr Marco La Malfa from EF Medispa explained the costs behind the treatments.
He explained: “If Molly-Mae has indeed been having the lip filler treatments since she was 16/17 and is now 21, then that’s nearly six years of lip fillers.
“With them costing anywhere from £500 per ml, and lasting six months, that works out to a total of up to £6,000 in six years that she’s spent on lip filler procedures.
“In addition to that there’s the cost of the treatment to get it dissolved, which would set her back approximately £250 depending on where she had it done.”