Stacey Solomon has been having extensive skin treatments before her jungle stint [Dr Esho]
Set to join boyfriend Joe Swash and friend Vicky Pattison on I’m A Celebrity: Extra Camp show on ITV2, the Loose Women panelist decided it was time for a change.
Going all out to make sure she looks good on TV every night, Stacey will not only be showing off her incredible style, but also her new, radiant skin.
The 27 year old has invested a lot of time and money into cosmetic treatments with Dr Esho at his clinic to make her skin as smooth and fabulous as possible.
Talking about Stacey’s skin transformation, The Body Fixers expert told OK! Online exclusively: “Stacey’s made amazing skin progress since I’ve put her on my jungle regime. She’s a smart woman and knows what she wants and put her emphasis on keeping all treatments very natural
Joe Swash’s girlfriend has been having treatments that are as natural as possible [Dr Esho ]
“The treatments combined stimulate collagen production in the skin, improve tone and help to calm and treat skin break outs.
“The topical regime between the treatments and what she will take to the jungle are all based on botanical extracts matching her wishes to keep as much natural as possible.”
So what has Stacey had to transform her skin? Dr Esho – who filmed his work with Stacey with @_frankiehill – has listed the mum of two has had Clinicare Silk Peels to remove any dead skin, Dermanpen Microneedling with topical vitamins and skin recovery masks.
And that’s not all as she also has Neo Elegance LED skin therapy, a blue light for antibacterial effect.
The 27 year old has been getting more confident and posing for make-up free selfies [Stacey Solomon/Instagram]
Cosmetic procedures aside, Stacey’s work on her complexion also continued at home with night time serums, daily washes and treatments for the day.
Happy with the results, the former X Factor contestant told us: “My skin is feeling amazing and so much better than before.
“I’m going to write a blog about it as I think so many people suffer from bad skin and don’t know what to do.”
Dr Esho has advised Stacey to keep the treatments going in Australia as he’s also prepared a skincare package to look after any injuries, bites or wounds she might tackle in the jungle.
Stacey Solomon has been given some jungle skincare to take with her [Stacey Solomon/Twitter]
A daily SPF has also been advised while she films daily in the sun.
And it seems Stacey is enjoying her skin more and more as she’s been taking to social media without make-up.
Stacey confirmed her new role in September as her, Vicky, Joe and Chris Ramsey will replace Laura Whitmore as group presenters.
The Loose Women host is gaining confidence for her TV appearance [Stacey Solomon/Instagram]
The show revealed the news on their Twitter account with a picture of the four stars and a caption which read: “This year @ITV2 returns with the newly named I’m A Celebrity: Extra Camp, as well as a new gang of super fan presenters! #ImACeleb”.
The spin-off show was formerly known as I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here Now! but has changed its name to I’m A Celebrity: Extra Camp.