Stacey Solomon was left feeling ''170'' when she was told she should get Botox whilst getting a facial.
Stacey Solomon was ''shocked'' when her beautician suggested she needs Botox and fillers in her lips.
The 28-year-old presenter - who is in a long-term relationship with Joe Swash - couldn't believe it when she visited a beauty salon over the weekend, to be told by the person giving her a facial that she needs to start getting injections on her face to avoid ageing earlier on.
Speaking on UK TV show 'Loose Women' on Monday (08.01.18), Stacey recalled: ''I went into to get a facial yesterday and the beautician, therapist, dermatologist suggested to me that it was the right time in my life for getting Botox and fillers.''
The blonde beauty - who has five-year-old son Leighton and nine-year-old Zachary from previous relationships - would never want to have either Botox or fillers because she wouldn't want to not be able to make expressions with her mouth, and said she was left feeling ancient after the cosmetic worker's comments.
When asked by fellow panellist Ruth Langsford when she was told to have Botox, she said: ''Well we were having a conversation and she said, 'Oh do you want Botox?' and I said, 'No, I don't really like it.'
''And she said, 'Well you should really be thinking about having it to prevent ... I am 28 and I like being able to do this [smiling], I am really expressive. I don't have a problem with people getting Botox and fillers, I think whatever makes you happy go out and do it.
''What I have a problem with is a professional in the industry trying to convince me that I am not good enough, even though I walked into that salon perfectly happy with what I looked like. I was only going to get a facial to treat myself. I walked out of there feeling 170.''
Ruth then asked: ''When you were laying there did you.
''I thought I was beautiful. What is she looking at? I was shocked ... she was telling me if I don't have them now, then I'll be in trouble when I am 80, you start now and it will stop the ageing process.''
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