Holly Hagan has slammed Gemma Collins for promoting slimming injections, branding her "irresponsible".
The 27 year old took to Instagram to hit out at her fellow reality star, 39, during a question and answer session with her fans.
As she interacted with her 3.8million followers, one asked her: "Thoughts on people such as Gemma Collins promotion injections for weight loss? [sic]"
Former Geordie Shore star Holly wasn't afraid to voice her opinion, telling the fan: "I think it's quite irresponsible.
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"I've taken something similar years ago and she begged me to post it and give me the product for free.
"I declined and payed full price because even at 23 I knew I couldn't promote a slimming injection! I'll so a full video on my experience of it at some point. [sic]
"I just hope Gemma's followers are a little older and would full research these things before jumping into them."
When a second fan asked her opinion on the controversial subject, she wrote back: "I've actually tried something similar years ago I still have the full pens here!
"Would use like a video of me addressing my experience with it? [sic]," she continued, adding a poll to her story post.
Gemma opened up on her use of the jabs back in February, telling her fans they had "changed her life".
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She told her 1.8million followers in a video: "Everyone has been asking 'how the hell have you lost weight, GC?'. Well, it's all down to Skinny Jabs and the amazing team there. They have transformed my whole life with regards to dieting."
She then went on to explain to fans that it was something she felt that they would be able to do in order to trim down in time for bikini season, saying: "It's so fantastic. Summer's not going to be too far away and you can lose two stone just like me."
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The Only Way Is Essex star Gemma told The Sun around the same time that she had recently given up using the weight loss treatment, revealing: "Honey, I don't need to change a thing. I'm quite happy as I am. This year is all about positivity and work. The skinny jabs are good, but I haven't had a minute to take them recently. It's all good.”
Skinny Jabs include an ingredient called Liraglutide. Originally it was used in diabetes medication but later it was found that if you increase the dose it can reduce patient's appetite and therefore help them to lose weight.
On their site they state "The SkinnyJab plan can remove hunger from the equation. Using a tried-and-tested medical revolution which acts as an appetite suppressant, the SkinnyJab plan can reduce your hunger, allowing you to eat less while avoiding the cravings for those troublesome snacks."
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