GEMMA Collins has revealed heavy bruising on her face after getting fillers under her eyes.
The Towie favourite, 38, shared the candid pic on her Instagram story and told fans she has no regrets.
She wrote: "Being honest you can get bruising but it's all worth it."
Her fans needn't worry though as Gemma also shared a glam pic of her fully healed face looking better than ever.
She shared: "Bruising gone and would totally recommend undereye filler I will never look tired."
The filler was administered using a microcannula and Gemma was encouraged to ice and compress the bruising to help it heal.
A video of the procedure was posted by We Are Skulpt, who wrote: "Your eyes are one of the biggest signs of ageing 👀 Filler can be injected into the tear troughs to create fresher, younger and brighter looking eyes ✨."
The procedure comes just days after The Sun Online exclusively revealed she is having £250 weight loss jabs to make herself slimmer.
Gemma has wowed fans with her new trim figure this year after losing three-stone.
She is on new weight loss plan SkinnyJab, which are injections that act as an appetite suppressant.
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.
But one doctor told The Sun these injections could be dangerous.
Dr Sarah Jarvis, clinical director at patient.info said: "There's no such thing as an injection which will help you lose weight safely."
Gemma has lost a staggering three stone since appearing on Dancing On Ice at the start of the year, undergoing gruelling training sessions with her professional partner Matt Evers at the time.
The former Towie star has revelled in flaunting her trim figure to fans, regularly sharing images and videos to her social media accounts.
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