Gemma Collins has thanked controversial appetite suppressant SkinnyJab injections for making her look and feel "better than ever".
The 39-year-old TOWIE star confessed a while ago she was using the jabs to "help" with her weight loss – for which she says she has lost three-stone since appearing on Dancing on Ice last year.
And Gemma showed off her incredible transformation recently while on holiday in Mykonos as she took to the beach in a black little swimming costume.
While sunning it up and getting her tan on, Gemma, who is also known as The GC, looked happier and more confident as ever as she posed up a storm.
Now Gemma has taken to her official Instagram account to thank SkinnyJab for making her feel so good on holiday.
Sharing a snap of her from her holiday, she captioned it: "Mykonos baby. Ad.
"I can’t thank Caroline and the amazing team at @skinnyjab enough for leaving me looking better and more confident in my skin than ever whilst on holiday this year.
"For your FREE consultation with a member of their team today call 02038021817 – the results are incredible!" she added to her 1.9 million followers."
Gemma claims she has lost three stone while undergoing the injections.
"Lots of you been asking me how I am looking so good," Gemma said on social media recently.
"I need to tell about how amazing the team at Skinny Jab have been throughout lockdown.
"I think it’s safe to say we’ve all had those days over these past month where we’ve felt very low with no motivation to do anything.
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"But keeping on track of my weight loss and continuing to stay motivated has never been easier with skinny jab on board.
"Honestly, Caroline and her team have been the best support! Not only have they kept my supply of jabs up to date, they’ve also been providing me with meals plans and weekly check ups with how I’m getting on," she added.
But Gemma has come under fire from fans in the past who slammed her for promoting the "dangerous" jabs.
Experts have previously warned that they could be "life threatening" and should always be prescribed by a doctor.
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