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Gemma Collins shows off weight loss in skin-tight leggings as she thanks controversial skinny jabs for shedding pounds

GEMMA Collins showed off her weight loss in skintight black leggings as she thanked controversial Skinny Jabs for help getting her back on track.

Ahead of her trip to Dubai, Gemma, 39, told fans she was feeling "more confident than ever" as she plugged the appetite suppressant.

Smiling in a black love heart T-shirt and flashing a peace sign, she wrote: "Holiday ready ✌🏼 and feeling more confident than ever thanks to @skinnyjab!

"You guys know a sunny holiday in the middle of winter can leave us feeling a little self conscious, but thanks to Caroline and her amazing team, I’m ready to lounge in the sun - looking better than ever 🤩

"I’ve been back on the jabs for a few months now and I couldn’t be more impressed with the results I’m seeing!"

Earlier this month Gemma once again praised the jabs for "changing her life".

The £250 injections act as an appetite suppressant and help the body turn stored fat into energy.

Gemma told her followers: "Everyone has been asking 'how the hell have you lost weight, GC?'.

"Well, it's all all down to Skinny Jabs and the amazing team there.

"They have transformed my whole life with regards to dieting."

Insisting her fans can help transform their bodies and lose weight just like she did, Gemma added: "It's something you can do too.

"It's so fantastic. Summer's not going to be too far away and you can lose two stone just like me."

The official website states that SkinnyJab "removes hunger from the equation", also reassuring that the suppressant used in the the plan regulates blood glucose levels that allows the body to turn stored fat into energy.

It boasts that the plan is suitable for anyone aged between 18 and 76 and the first programme last three weeks, costing £250.

Repeat jabs are £135 a pop and last two to four weeks.

Dr Sarah Jarvis, clinical director at, told The Sun Online: "It should only be used by people who are obese, or who are significantly overweight and also have other medical conditions.

"In studies, the average amount of weight lost by people taking this drug for weight loss was about 4-6kg over a year, and about 4.6kg over 3 years.

"Some people will lose more, some people less. But it clearly is not a ‘miracle cure’ – there really is no side-effect free miracle solution for obesity.

"This injection should only be used under close medical supervision, in addition to effective diet and lifestyle changes.

"Like any other licensed drug, it has side effects – among the most common are feeling sick or being sick and diarrhoea."

Gemma Collins’ luxury Dubai trip with champagne, business class flight and huge bed

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