“I don’t like the frozen look,” Fergie told The Daily Mail.
“I’m so animated and I like to be myself. I don’t like the thought of needles and am very glad if I look well and happy — I’m really happy to be open about what I’ve had done.”
The mother-of-two has admitted to trying Botox in the past, but more recently has turned to less invasive procedures, such as mesotherapy (which involves injections of vitamins, minerals and amino acids to boost collagen production).
Fergie claims it is the ideal way to combat years of sun damage.
“I need to repair the damage that was done on the beach when I was a child,” she said.
“It’s why I had the mesotherapy, the vitamin cocktail to hydrate and boost the skin.”
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Following the vitamin therapy (which, according to People, she began in 2013) Fergie had a facial thread lift.
The procedure involves inserting medically advanced threads under the skin to lift the face and smooth away fine lines.
“It’s like garden trellising for sweat peas. You insert the threads under the skin with a fine needle and they hold everything up,” Fergie told The Daily Mail.
“They also encourage collagen production. It takes a couple of months, then the sweet peas bloom!
“Before I had it done I thought, ‘Oh, this is going to be painful,’ but it wasn’t bad.
“My skin responded well. I think if you look at photos of me after I had it done, I look much better.”
What's more, Fergie admitted to travelling to the Bahamas to have regenerative stem cell therapy on her feet.
“I think my toes were ruined by all the riding I did when I was young. They shaved the bone here,” she said, pointing to her big toe, “and implanted stem cells, 20 million of them taken from my midriff, into my feet to make new cartilage. It takes about six months to heal but now I can walk in heels!”
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