Love Island’s Zara McDermott admits to getting Botox for asymmetrical face

Former Love Island beauty Zara McDermott has opened up about getting Botox at just 25 years of age due to having an "unsymmetrical face".

Chatting to followers on Instagram during an eye-opening Q&A session, the brunette beauty answered an array of questions incredibly candidly.

One fan probed the star about her ageless face, writing: "Have you done anything to your face? You're so lucky you have literally zero lines!"

Zara, who is in a relationship with Made In Chelsea hunk Sam Thompson, then replied to the fan, writing: "Yeah I get forehead botox and have done for years. And I get a crevice in my jaw and chin filled once every 2 years for symmetry that I've spoken about a few times!

"As my face is the most unsymmetrical thing you've ever seen (seriously). On my right side my jaw has a little inset/dent so I basically get it evened out."

Zara has always been candid about getting procedures and last year she revealed she secretly had an operation to make her boobs look "fuller and more symmetrical".

She shared a video about her experience last week when she said that she has always planned to talk candidly about getting procedures and surgery.

Nervous to chat about her boob surgery, she bravely spoke out to her Instagram following that is made of one and a half million fans.

Speaking in a Q&A on her Instagram stories, she said: "Crazy how people wanna assume the worst. I categorically have never once said 'I haven't had my boobs done' to anyone on social media since my surgery.

"I have only had them done for 12 weeks. I was always planning on talking about it! Just when I was fully healed and feeling happy and confident with the result.

"I wanted to add some fullness to the upper part mainly, so yes in a way, but more so I just wanted them to be balanced and symmetrical!"

Zara shot to fame in 2018 when she appeared on Love Island as a bombshell.

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