Molly-Mae Hague refuses to normalise fillers as she’s ‘scared’ for her future daughter

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Molly-Mae has slammed society's acceptance of fillers among young women in a new interview with Cosmopolitan UK.

The former Love Island star, 22, has revealed that she’s concerned for her future daughter as the obsession with cosmetic surgery and fillers continues to grow across the UK.

The blonde beauty, who became a household name after she appeared on ITV dating show in 2019, recently made the decision to dissolve all the fillers in her face after she felt compelled to change her appearance when she was just 17-years-old after the pressure to look perfect became too much.

Since reverting back to her naturally beautiful looks, Molly-Mae's perspective on cosmetic surgery at a young age has completely changed.

The YouTube sensation is finally feeling confident in her own skin, and has previously admitted that ditching her lip, chin, and cheek fillers was the best decision she has ever made.

Molly-Mae has slammed society's acceptance of fillers among young women
(Image: Instagram)

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Now, Molly is urging other teenagers and young women to swerve going under the knife.

Tommy Fury’s gorgeous girlfriend has revealed that she’s ‘scared’ for the couple’s future daughter who will grow up in a society which normalises altering one's appearance so drastically.

Sharing her honest thoughts in a new interview with Cosmopolitan magazine, Molly-Mae told: “We need to stop normalising filler, with things like ‘ Kylie Jenner surgery packages’.

“I was 17 when I first got my lips done, and it scares me to think that if I have a daughter in 10 years’ time, what it might be like for her.”

Molly is urging other teenagers and young women to swerve going under the knife
(Image: Cosmopolitan UK / Rachell Smith)

The reality TV superstar went on to address the fact that young girls, as young as 8 and 10, are using social media platforms such as Instagram, and how this can affect their mental health and their perceptions of themselves when constantly being shown images of women with cosmetic surgery.

Molly insisted: “I sometimes forget how young my followers are, too.

“I’m often surprised by the fact some of the girls in my DMs even have a phone.”

It comes after Molly admitted that she decided to have her fillers dissolved after no longer recognising her own face in photos.

Molly admitted that she decided to have her fillers dissolved after no longer recognising her own face in photos
(Image: Cosmopolitan UK / Rachell Smith)

The Love Island star said she took a selfie during a club appearance and was shocked at how she looked.

In the candid chat with Cosmopolitan, Molly said: “I was doing a club appearance and I took a selfie. I remember looking at it and thinking, ‘I don’t know what I’ve done to my face.”

Molly revealed that she never thought of herself as insecure, but in that moment, she realised she must have been riddled with insecurities in order to take such extreme measures to change her appearance.

Molly-Mae shot to fame on Love Island back in 2019, alongside her boyfriend Tommy Fury

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Before coming second on Love Island with boyfriend Tommy, Molly-Mae, from Hitchin, Hertfordshire, was making a living as a social media influencer and had amassed 8,000 followers before the age of 16.

Now she has a following of 5.5 million on Instagram alone and is said to be worth an estimated £2.5 million.

The gorgeous star is one of the biggest and most successful stars to ever emerge from the insanely popular reality show.

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