Hollyoaks star reveals she’s getting her face filler dissolved as she teases brand new look | The Sun

CHELSEE Healey is going for a more natural look after getting her facial filler dissolved.

The Hollyoaks actor is following in the footsteps of fellow stars who are choosing to turn their backs on filler, like Chloe Simms, Gemma Collins and Molly-Mae Hague.

Taking to Instagram, she shared an update with fans on her stories.

"@drroshoffical is about to dissolve lots of filler in my face he is very few i will trust with my face," she told followers.

"excited for the end result," she added with a star emoji.

Chelsee's appearance has slowly changed over her years in the spotlight

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Chelsee has starred as Goldie McQueen on the soap since 2016.

She is best known for playing Janeece Bryant in Waterloo Road between 2006 and 2011.

She went on to play Honey Wright in Casualty from 2014 to 2015.

Chelsee has also starred on many reality TV shows including Bear Grylls: Mission Survive, but she was first to be eliminated.

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She also danced on 2022's The Real Dirty Dancing.

She's mum to her daughter Coco, who is 6, and recently spoke out about the abuse that the youngster receives.

Her daughter suffers from racism online, which Chelsee says breaks her heart.

Chelsee, whose ex-boyfriend Jack McLean recently died in a tragic car accident, said: "My daughter gets sent racist abuse through ­social media.

"I've been sent a lot of messages about Coco. When it's about an innocent child it's not nice. It's heartbreaking. But I try not to reply back. I don't entertain it," she told the Daily Star.

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