To dissolve or not dissolve – that is the question.

Glowing skin is in!

It seems like the celebrity trend to go public and reveal that you are getting rid of your Anti-wrinkle injections and fillers is growing.

First it was Gemma Collins who revealed she had “dissolved” her Anti-wrinkle injections and fillers and now the list is growing of those choosing a more natural look.

They include Chloe Sims from TOWIE and as we reported a few weeks ago, Molly-Mae Hague formerly of Love Island.

Chloe Sims last year fought back when one follower suggested she’d had plastic surgery to change the shape of her face after she shared a throwback snap of herself as a teenager.

On Instagram she said: “I’ve just had to delete some comments on my social media,”

“How many times can I say I haven’t had surgery on my face?”

“Surgery is changing the structure of your bones in your face.”

“I’ve had cosmetic treatments, yes, but that’s not surgery.”

Now she’s revealed she’s dissolved the filler in her face and lips claims she is feeling better for it, saying: “So, I decided to remove my fillers… I’m really happy that I’ve toned it all down, and as you know, I think it’s important to be honest with things like this. It’s my personal choice and what makes me feel confident.”

She went on to explain that she’s had Profhilo to help with skin hydration and texture.

 

 

So, it’s not no treatments but different treatments.

Molly-Mae states she had her fillers dissolved last year, opting for a more natural look and has urged young followers to wait until they’re older to make decisions about aesthetic treatments.

Chloe then went make-up free as she did a make-up demo with her followers, further showing off the results of having her fillers dissolved.

Fellow TOWIE star Gemma Collins claims to have had all of her Anti-wrinkle injections and filler dissolved, and recently expressed her concern about the influence such beauty expectations have on younger girls.

She previously told The Sun: “I have tried (Anti-wrinkle injections) 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. People need to stop messing about with their faces!”

But why the sudden tend for the natural look?

Fashion maybe – and wanting to become the leader of the next “trend”?

Beauty trends change as often as the weather!!

And it seems like people are now focussing on getting treatments to enhance and refresh rather than change shapes.

And it’s not just the famous females

Boxer Jack Massey featured in a video at Cosmetic Couture having his PRP treatment.

So, it seems the trend is now for skin boosters which offer a glowy and dewy skin look rather than 100% focus on Anti-wrinkle injections and fillers.