Lauren Goodger is no stranger to cosmetic procedures, having undergone a boob job, nose job, liposuction, lip fillers and very dodgy jaw fillers.
But shes branching into rarer treatments – like getting injected in her chest.
The former Towie star has had hyaluronic acid injected above her bust in an effort to scaffold the skin damaged by tanning.
The 32-year-old visited Harley Streets Dr Robert for the treatment, which involved having hyaluronic acid injected into her decolletage.
Videos shared to Dr Roberts Instagram stories showed the reality star chilling out in his office while playing on her phone – seemingly unbothered about the idea of getting a needle jabbed in her chest.
The doctor explained: Laurens concerned about… the crepey skin that emerges here, you get it with sun damage in the decolletage area. So she wants me to do a little treatment to tighten this up, so Im going to use a few injections and do a very sophisticated treatment.
The video then zoomed in on little raised bumps on Laurens chest caused by the filler, with her skin appearing very red and sore.
Dr Robert admitted that the treatment was quite painful, but in a few weeks, Lauren would be wrinkle-free.
The same doctor recently dissolved Laurens jaw fillers, after the procedure changed the entire shape of the stars face.
Dr Robert wrote on Instagram: I dont like posting lots of stuff about “correction” of other peoples work because no injector is perfect (and I wish some of the clinics on here had the humility to accept that!).
But in this case Lauren had had high volumes of unflattering jaw fillers injected somewhere and it was giving a very bulky masculine look so I was glad to receive the call when she needed them removed. #thankmelater.
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Laurens changing image over the years has kept her in the headlines, with the Essex girl looking drastically different from the girl who debuted on Towie in 2010.
However, the former Celebrity Big Brother housemate is adamant she hasnt gone too far.
She told Fabulous magazine: I dont think Im abnormal looking. If I look at a pap picture of me and my face, Im like: “Oh my god, do I look like that?” and my mates will tell me no.
I dont feel like Ive had so much done to myself that I dont still look like the girl next door.
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