Love Island contestant and influencer Molly-Mae Hague has had more of her facial filler dissolved as she continues "the process of trying to make everything as natural as I possibly can".
The 22-year-old reality TV star told her 1.5 million YouTube subscribers in a video posted this week that she decided to get the procedure done as a spur of the moment thing.
At the beginning of the video, she apologised for not being able to move her lips properly due to numbing cream she had used on her face that day ahead of having filler dissolved.
"I feel like I'm still definitely going through the process of trying to make everything as natural as I possibly can," she said.
Watch: Molly-Mae reveals she's had lip fillers removed
Hague added: "I made that many mistakes when I was younger that I'm genuinely still trying to correct them now.
"That's how far I took it a few years back, that it's not just a few appointments to correct that level of mistakes that I made."
The star has previously discussed her journey to reverse various cosmetic procedures, including removing the lip filler she has been frequently using since she was 17.
Hague warned that people "need to stop normalising filler" and said she made her decision after barely recognising herself in a nightclub selfie.
Cosmetic procedures have been a major talking point on this year's Love Island, with contestant Hugo Hammond criticised by several other Islanders after saying he was not attracted to "fake" looks.
Fellow contestants Faye Winter and Sharon Gaffka subsequently called him "ignorant" as to the reasons women decide to have work done.
Hague competed on the 2019 series of Love Island and finished as the show's runner-up with boxer boyfriend Tommy Fury.
She has since become one of the most successful contestants in the history of the villa, with The Sun reporting last month she can charge as much as £13,000 for a single Instagram post.
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