Shirley Ballas has said she's "thrilled to bits" with the results after undergoing a non-surgical facelift procedure.
The Strictly Come Dancing judge has been quietly seeing a cosmetic doctor for the last year for a series of non-invasive procedures to rejuvenate her face and neck, forking out £5,000 in total for her new look.
She has now revealed the results, saying: "This is the best I've looked in years."
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The star, 62, explained that she decided to act because she felt her jawline was "sagging", that her skin looked "dull and a bit lifeless" and that she wanted to tighten up the skin on her neck and chest.
However, she didn't want to go under the knife so decided to start seeing Dr Judy Todd for a series of non-surgical nitrogen plasma procedures.
She said: "When I started in February I didn't know what to think or what was going to happen to my face, or whether I was optimistic or not, but now I absolutely love the results. My jawline feels just that much sharper I feel like the skin is not sagging, it feels rejuvenated, it feels bright and clean, no little veins going on, no sun spots, all in all a really spectacular look, I was a bit apprehensive at the start but I'm thrilled to bits with the results.
"Every woman in her 60s wants to feel confident, and I have to say at age 62, I now feel by far the best I've ever felt."
As well as the NeoGen Plasma treatments, Shirley had micro-needling and radio frequency treatments, used supplements to help speed skin repair and boost the nutrient levels in the skin and had some body contouring treatments.
The dancer said when she looks in the mirror she feels the treatments have "definitely turned back the clock and made me look younger".
Dr Todd said: "The treatments were specially tailored to meet Shirley's needs and lifestyle, so we opted for low energy NeoGen treatments. This meant the contraction and skin rejuvenation would be more gradual.
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"With higher energy treatments the results will tend to come much quicker but there can be a recovery period of a week to ten days."
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