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I’d look like a 60 year old without Botox and I refuse to give it up, says Love Island’s Faye Winter

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LOVE Island's Faye Winter has said that she'd "look like a 60 year old" if she didn't have Botox. The reality favourite, who shot to fame earlier this year on the seventh series of the ITV show, has been very honest about what procedures she's had done in the past.

Since returning to the UK after her stint in the villa, the estate agent's life as dramatically changed. The Devon-born star joked that her busy schedule is one of the reasons she gets the injections to smooth out lines on her face - and even joked that she'd look over half her age if she didn't get the procedure done.

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