'Working Girl' actress Melanie Griffith has revealed she has spent the last seven years having her various cosmetic procedures reversed, with the filler injections being ''dissolved''.
Melanie Griffith hopes she looks ''more normal now'' because she's been having her cosmetic procedures reversed.
The 59-year-old actress - who is divorced from Antonio Banderas - had her first cosmetic procedure 20 years ago to stay looking young and then had more filler and injections to plump up her lips and smooth out her wrinkles.
The 'Working Girl' star thought she looked good until she started getting negative comments about her appearance and so she decided to get injections to ''dissolve'' the filler which had changer the appearance of her face.
In an interview with Porter magazine, she said: ''About seven years ago I started doing injections, and now for the past two, three years, I have been getting it dissolved - it takes a while. I didn't see it until people started saying, 'Oh my God, what has she done?' I was so hurt I went to a different doctor and he started dissolving all of this s**t that this other woman doctor put in. I had done to my lips too. So awful. Hopefully, I look more normal now.''
It was Griffith's 'trout pout' which attracted the most attention and she believes her lips ballooned up so much because she had an allergic reaction to the substance used.
The Hollywood star - the daughter of 'The Birds' star Tippi Hedren - said: ''Somebody put this ridiculous stuff in and I think I must have been allergic to it.''
As well as her medical struggles, Griffith has also battled alcohol and cocaine addiction entering rehab for the first time after her Golden Globe-winning performance in 1988's 'Working Girl' alongside Sigourney Weaver and Harrison Ford.
In spite of her substance abuse issues, Griffith insists she was always a good mother to her kids 'Fifty Shades' star Dakota Johnson, 27, Stella Banderas, 20, and 31-year-old Alexander Bauer but accepts she ''f***ed up''
She said: ''I was a totally functioning mom. I wasn't like a drunk-on-the-floor, out-of-it type person. I didn't so some things I probably should have done but mostly, I was there for my kids. They had a sort of privileged gypsy life. I did my best, and I will continue to do my best and yeah, of course, I f***ed up.''
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