Jacqueline Jossa wanted to treat herself for her birthday and headed to a clinic to get a 'non-invasive' facelift.
The former EastEnders star took to her Instagram stories to share a clip of herself standing next to Doctor Nyla as they explained the procedure.
"Hi guys, so a little birthday present to myself. I've come to Doctor Nyla's clinic today. I'm going to get a non-invasive facial. No needles, no nasties. All natural," she explained to her followers before asking the doctor to explain the process.
Doctor Nyla proceeded to explain how the facial will make her look 'how she used to look' and 'how she feels'.
"She's going to look tight and firm. It's called the transformation facelift and it's a non-surgical treatment to lift, tighten and sculpt," she said.
Jacqueline beamed with joy as she said how 'excited' she was for the tightening and promised to show fans before and after pictures.
One video showed the actress getting gel applied to her face as a staff member used a machine to work across her skin.
The next clip showed white chalk being used on her skin to create sections before applying the UltraSound Q+ to 'cinch her in', as she joked.
According to the website, the transformation lift includes an ultrasound lift, radiofrequency skin tightening and skin micro-needling.
" The results can appear almost instantly and will continue to improve over the next 6-12 weeks after your treatment as the body’s natural regeneration processes continue to work, and collagen production continues to increase," it says.
Jacqueline's 29th birthday is on October 29.
Meanwhile, the actress recently said she will "obviously" return to EastEnders one day.
Image:BBC / Jack Barnes)
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The actress - who played Lauren Branning - exited the soap back in 2018 and in her strongest signal that she will return to the BBC One soap one day, Jacqueline insisted she would love to go back on the show but says it would have to be "the right storyline".
Lauren exited the show following the death of her sister Abi Branning, as she left Walford to start a new life in New Zealand.
She told The Mirror : "I'll obviously go back at some point. But it would have to be the right storyline.
"As one of the biggest shows in the country, it would have to work for both them and me because they might not be ready for Lauren Branning, so it depends on timing."
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