Laura Anderson says Love Island sun exposure gave her permanent skin damage

Love Island’s Laura Anderson has been left with permanent skin damage after “two months of constant sun exposure” on the ITV2 show.

The former flight attendant claims her skin worsened when she stayed in the Majorca villa back in 2018, claiming she wasn't “allowed to wear a cap” at daytime.

Temperatures range between 18C and 29C in June and July in Spain – similar to Cape Town's climes, where the current winter series is taking place.

The reality star, 30, opened up about her damaged skin in a post about a facial peel treatment she’s had to correct the pigmentation issues from sun damage.



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Laura shared a picture of her freckled, makeup-free skin next to a recent image of her face after her Dermamelan procedure by Dr Saleena Zimri.

In a candid Instagram post, the Scot explained she loved her freckles but was buzzing to show off the dramatic transformation after just one treatment.

In the post, she thanked to doctor who performed her facial peel as well as blasting trolls for cruel "ageism" comments, that claimed she looked older than her years.

Laura wrote: "I've always been a lover of my freckles and complimented daily for their individuality. My fellow freckle friends & followers you’ll understand the struggle living or visiting abroad however.


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"Being based in the Middle East for eight years it was normal for people to say things like ‘What's wrong with the dots on your face?' Or ‘I know of a really good cream you could use’. Lol, how kind.

"It's almost the same as people in London trying to reject my Scottish fivers. Do one, mate!”

She continued, blasting the reality show bosses: “During my Love Island stint I wasn’t allowed to wear caps during the day (which is what id usually do to protect my face in the sun) – FYI I still want my visor back, ITV2."

"After two months of constant sun exposure, you can imagine I was left with a lot of pigmentation areas AND a lot of ageism comments from you lovely lot.

"I guess pigmentation is usually a skin issue that happens later in life.”

A Love Island spokesperson told Mirror Online: "As you'll see on the show, Islanders do wear caps."

Referring to last month when she hit back at people claiming she looks “unrecognisable” from rumoured facial surgery, Laura said: “I’ve finally been able to treat my skin with an extreme facial peel called Dermamelan. I'm sure you saw my dramatic stories of my swollen, red, peely face.

"I just wanted to say a huge thank you to Dr Saleena Zimri for her knowledge, patience and time, I’m sure you can all see a huge improvement after just one treatment."

*Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2

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