Geordie Shore’s Abbie Holborn Reveals The Painful Side Effect Of Eyebag Surgery
This sounds horrendous
Abbie Holborn has opened up about her decision to get fillers around her eyes in an attempt to make her look younger.
The Geordie Shore star has always been open about her cosmetic procedures and said that this treatment in particular has had a pretty devastating and unexpected impact on her appearance.
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In an interview with Closer Magazine, the 21-year-old said that the surgery – which involves filler being injected into her tear ducts – has left her with a load of “ugly lumps” around her face.
“I had really bad bags and circles under my eyes while filming Geordie Shore, especially as you’re partying all night and you don’t get much sleep,” she began.
"So I did tear trough treatment at lots of different places every few months for over a year and a half. But I’ve been left with load of ugly lumps under my eyes now, because of the volume of filler being injected. It’s really uncomfortable and painful.”
Abbie hasn’t ruled out undergoing the procedure again in the future, although she’s insisted that she would only have the treatment once a year under the care of a reputable surgeon.
She continued: “I’ll get the tear trough fillers afterwards because they really did look good when I got them. But this time I’ll go to a better surgeon and only once a year.”
Back in 2017, Abbie opened up about her addiction to cosmetic surgery, telling The Sun: “The annoying thing is I get so many plastic surgery companies offering me procedures for free and it’s hard to say no. It’s a constant battle not to go overboard.”