Olivia Newton-John’s daughter Chloe Lattanzi is embracing a more natural look.
Speaking to fans in an Instagram video on Monday, the 36-year-old revealed she’s removed the dermal fillers from her face and is now planning to have her breast implants taken out.
Chloe, who often promotes anti-vaxxer conspiracy theories, made the video in response to trolls who questioned how someone with extensive cosmetic work could question modern medicine.
‘It’s an ongoing process. I’ve had the fillers removed from my face. When I had it done, I had body dysmorphia so I had very low self esteem,’ Chloe said in the heavily filtered clip.
‘I think I started doing [fillers] about 10 years ago. My face looked very puffy and strange. There’s a product called hyaluronidase that can take it out – it basically dissolves it – which is an ongoing process that I go through.
Chloe also said she regrets getting breast implants, which she received in Australia at age 18.
‘When I had my breasts done I had very low self esteem. I also wasn’t aware. I trusted anyone in a white coat and I wasn’t aware that there was any side effects or consequences,’ she lamented.
‘I’m actually looking into removing them. It does cost a lot of money,’ Chloe added.
Chloe previously admitted she’s had two two breast augmentations to fix her initial ‘botched’ boob job.
Chloe went on to claim her lips will never be the same after years of dermal filler injections.
‘With my lips, I had them injected so much that they are permanently stretched out. Not that this is anyone’s business, but it hurt to see some of these comments and I just wanted to educate people.’
‘You can believe me or not, but it’s the truth. From having them filled so much, they’re just stretched. I haven’t had them done in years.’
The star went onto admit that she was in ‘a dark space’ when she committed to the procedures.
Chloe said her cosmetic procedures were like an ‘addiction’, as she knew the risks yet continued with the procedures anyway.
‘With addiction, you know it’s bad, but you have such low self-esteem you take the risk. And if I knew these were bad for me back [when I got the work done] then I still would have done it. I need to feel like I was good enough,’ she admitted.
Chloe accompanied her lengthy video with a heartfelt caption about her body image struggles over the years.
‘I’m not perfect. I continue to make mistakes with my diet and my choices,’ she wrote.
‘It doesn’t mean I’m not trying every day to do the right thing for my body. This is called addiction and low self esteem, which I battle every day.’
Chloe’s plan to embrace a more natural appearance comes after the death of her mother Olivia in August.
The Grease star died at the age of 73 after a brave and extraordinarily public decades-long battle with cancer.
Chloe’s battle with addiction and body image issues is well documented.
She began struggling with an eating disorder at age 15, not long after she scored her first record deal.
She continued to buckle to the pressures of fame as a teenager, swiftly descending into a dangerous spiral of drugs and alcohol abuse to manage her depression.
By her 20s, the aspiring singer was splashing over $100 on cocaine and drinking half a bottle of vodka every day – often leading to her blacking out.
In December 2009, Woman’s Day magazine reported that a ‘dishevelled’ Chloe had collapsed in front of a strip club in West Hollywood.
Chloe, who was 23 at the time, reportedly fell to the ground and needed assistance to stand back up after she and a female friend were refused entry into the Star Strip Theatre.
The publication claimed Chloe was visibly drunk, and begged the bouncer to ‘please let us in’ for 10 minutes, while repeatedly being asked to leave the club’s entrance.
Chloe reportedly had difficulty speaking and walking before she collapsed to the ground after being denied entry.
Her habit of digitally ‘touching up’ her social media photos appears to be linked to the body-image problems she faced as a teenager.
After being called out for a Photoshop fail in 2016, she admitted to fans: ‘I thought I looked fat so I Photoshopped myself a little thinner. Then someone called me out, and I’m glad they did.
‘Thank whoever you were for calling me out on my bulls**t. I’ve got to remember [I’m] never going to be perfect.’
In an interview with The Mail on Sunday back in 2013, Chloe revealed she had been abusing cocaine, alcohol and antidepressants for years prior to checking into rehab.
‘Fame totally messes you up. I don’t blame my mother for my problems, but I would never want to be famous or raise a child of my own around the cult of celebrity. It ruins lives,’ she said at the time.
‘If there’s one thing I’ve learned, it is that you can’t be fragile in this business, or else you end up like Lindsay Lohan.’