Molly-Mae Hague shows off make up-free skin after removing fillers to embrace natural beauty

Molly-Mae Hague shows off make up-free skin after removing fillers to embrace natural beauty

April 29, 2021

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After ditching her hair extensions, lip fillers and fake teeth, Molly-Mae Hague has showed off what her real skin looks like in a new YouTube video.

The 21 year old, who recently said she's overwhelmed by the barrage of free gifts she receives, released the new clip on Wednesday evening, where she shared the secrets to her flawless complexion.

Taking her 1.5million subscribers through her skincare regime, the star appeared bare-faced as she stood in her bathroom holding a special device called a Foreo UFO 2, which retails at over £200 and helps clean clogged pores, remove diet and make-up and offers anti-ageing capabilities.

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The former Love Island star explained that she's been using it since 2019 and has been particularly obsessed with the device since removing her fillers and changing her diet recently.

"This, honestly has probably been one of the nicest devices, products I have ever ever used. It's a luxurious way of giving yourself a facial basically and you guys know I'm so into my spas and facials and massages, and all that stuff," she told her fans.

The blonde beauty, who recently installed an "extremely high security" system after feeling unsafe due to a series of scary incidents, continued: "I'm not gonna lie, when I first got this I was sceptical, I was like what is this device?

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"Then when I did it once, addicted, addicted! What the UFO 2 does is it uses LED light therapy to work the mask into your skin."

Molly-Mae got her lip fillers dissolved in October 2020 and shared the results on her YouTube channel.

After visiting a clinic to get the fillers dissolved, she told fans: "I’m home guys and, oh my God, wow my lips! They’re not there anymore, they’ve gone!"

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As she unveiled her new look she said: "It doesn’t even look that different. I just FaceTimed my sister and we were both crying at how small my lips have gone."

She added: “There’s nothing in there, they’ve literally gone from being rock solid to being just… I’m weirdly happy about it. I just don’t know how to feel about it, like, I feel like I’ve gone back to 15 year old me again.

“She used a record amount of dissolver on me, which is funny. But, I knew she was gonna have to use loads.”

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Speaking candidly about getting cosmetic enhancements, she admitted: “I’ve just made so many mistakes when it’s come to filler and work done on my face and I’m slowly starting to reverse it all."

On 16 March, the influencer went one step further and got her composite bonds taken out.

Taking to her Instagram stories, Molly-Mae posted a short clip of her natural teeth and wrote: "Goodbye composite bonds, hello natural teethies."

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