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Martine McCutcheon has shared a video of herself undergoing Botox in a bid to let her legion of Instagram followers in on the process.
The 45 year old former Eastenders and Love Actually star posted to social media on Monday, sharing the footage of her getting the treatment in a promotional video for the Therapie Clinic.
Martine filmed herself on the way to the clinic, saying: “Hi everybody. I am really excited because I am on my way to the Therapie Clinic to have my first ever treatment.”
Once at the clinic, Martine can be seen discussing what she wants changed, pointing to lines beside her eyes and saying: “My main concern is here, can we sort that with Botox?”
The clinician replies: “Yes of course. We can put some Botox here just to ever so slightly lift it and smooth over those lines.
“Yes so when you smile – smile for me – all those dynamic lines that you see, these will be ever so slightly smoothed.”
Botox injections help relax muscles in the face, smoothing out lines and wrinkles, with treatment lasting around three to four months.
Injection costs range from £100 to £350 depending on the area treated and the clinic prices.
Martine had spoken on Loose Women in 2016 about her love of Botox, where she revealed that her first session made her “look a bit strange” but continued to pursue the treatment and grew to love it.
She said: “When I had a really tough time being unwell, and trying to have rapidity and it didn't go well, it basically showed on my face a lot and I looked ravaged…
“I just looked in the mirror and thought I've always had nice skin, I always had a nice beautiful glow, and it has gone.
“So I had Botox and I didn't like it, it made me look a bit strange, and then I had it again, and Oh my god, I loved it, I absolutely loved it, because it didn't look like I wasn't me anymore, I just didn't looked like me but not a creased pillow basically.”
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