Tallulah Willis Just Shared Her Filler-Free Face for the First Time in 6 Years

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In this day and age, celebrities and influencers tend to be fairly candid about what cosmetic treatments they’ve had done. It’s less common, though, to share the negative experiences that can arise from these popular treatments. With all the talk of filler migration as of late, the topic of fillers is having somewhat of a resurgence, and Tallulah Willis’ candid Instagram post this week shed light on a less talked about but equally as important topic as getting filler: getting filler dissolved.

Tallulah Willis Shares Why She Got All Her Filler Dissolved

Daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, Tallulah Willis took to Instagram this week to share an honest story about her journey with filler and what led her to, just recently, get all of it dissolved. “I was scared to mention but I recently got my filler dissolved after being very emotionally and psychologically wrapped up in what I thought it gave me,” the 30-year-old shared along with two gorgeous, bare-faced selfies.

Willis went on to emphasize how invested in filler she was, explaining that “I hadn’t seen my real bone structure in like six years.” Six years is a long time to go without seeing your face all natural, and as Willis noted, the transition hasn’t been easy but it’s been worth it. “Still learning to dial back the futzing and the pokes and sit with myself as I am, which is hard when your brain tells you that ‘yes more is better,'” she wrote in the caption. While Willis is still adjusting to her new look, we can’t get enough of her absolutely radiant, natural beauty.

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