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Gemma Collins reveals she’s had her Botox and fillers dissolved and says celebs ‘all look the same’

'I can't stand it'

GEMMA Collins has revealed she's had her Botox and fillers dissolved and has urged her fans to stay natural.

The reality star, 40, believes cosmetic procedures have now become the norm and are making everyone look the same.

Speaking exclusively to The Sun, she said: "I have tried Botox and filler, and I had it all dissolved. I can't stand it. I was looking at myself thinking 'I just don't look like me anymore'.

"The young girls of today, all these lips, it's just a bit too much. People think it's the norm now, and it's not. We've got to stay natural."

We recently revealed Gemma, who has spent £8,000 on past treatments, has launched Gemma Collagen - a anti-ageing business with Harley Street clinic London Aesthetics.

It offers marine collagen supplements and facial peels, which are listed on her new brand's Instagram account.

The GC wants to make waves in the non-surgical beauty treatment world and has said: "People need to stop messing about with their faces!"

Gemma recently wowed her fans when she showed off her shrinking tum in a crop top.

The former Towie star has lost three stone in the past 18 months and is more body confident than ever.

She recently said: “I’ve lost weight. I’m feeling good, I’ve got time to look after myself. I’ve had lots of treatments at the London Aesthetics company. And I feel brand new.”

Gemma Collins reveals her shrinking tummy in crop top after three stone weight loss on Instagram

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