HGTV star Christina Hall revealed via Instagram that she removed her under-eye filler, citing inflammation and ongoing health issues. Hall, 39, said the cosmetic, injectable fillers (which are increasingly popular among women of all ages) caused an abnormal inflammatory reaction.
“In April I had a reaction to under eye filler. Super swollen and it wouldn’t go down with time,” she wrote on Instagram alongside a selfie that she called “scary.”
She showed fans a side-by-side of her eyes after she had the filler removed versus a photo on them still in.
“After dissolving with hyaluronidase and ultra sound frequency treatments to remove all the filler,” she said. “Never again.”
Christina Hall deals with lots of regular health issues
The Christina on the Coast star is known for her “self-care Saturday” and other wellness-related posts with fans. She often posts meditation videos and beauty tips like light therapy. For her to go get facial fillers may surprise some of her audience, but her transparency should not come as a surprise.
“Josh and I tag teaming 3 sick kids last night, this is a much-needed energy restore,” Hall admitted recently while insinuating that her breast implants may be causing other health issues, too. “Been super exhausted lately so [I’m] on a kick to get back into my body.”
“I’ve had some unexplained health stuff for years, and now I’m considering the thought that this could be breast implant related,” she continued, noting the “inflammatory reaction” her under-eye filler caused. “Does anyone else have any experience with this subject? I’m curious on all the ladies’ take on this.”
Hall then went on to list some of the ailments she deals with regularly, many of which likely caused her to seek more wellness practices. Hashimoto’s disease, Raynaud’s syndrome, polycystic ovary syndrome, unexplained skin rashes, joint and muscle pain, dry eyes, acid reflux, brain fog, swollen lymph nodes and adrenal fatigue, among others, were the ailments she listed.
Hall finished by encouraging her fans to detox and chase a positive mindset. Pretty good advice, we’d say.