Home and Away star Ada Nicodemou, 41, is known for her age-defying beauty.
But after displaying a noticeably plump pout in a recent Instagram selfie, the mother-of-one faced a barrage of unkind comments.
Social media trolls accused Ada of ‘overdoing’ her supposed non-surgical cosmetic treatments, including lip fillers.
‘This just looks unnatural’: Home and Away’s Ada Nicodemou, 41, has been accused of ‘overdoing her lip fillers’ after displaying a noticeably plump pout in this Instagram selfie (left). Pictured right in 2006
‘Too much lip filler. Looks fake,’ one person wrote, while another added: ‘I preferred the natural and real looking Ada.’
A similar comment read: ‘That’s a lot of fillers done. You look better natural. This just looks unnatural.’
Fortunately, many fans came to Ada’s defence and insisted she looked great.
One supportive follower wrote: ‘Who gives a crap if she’s had injectables? Dying your hair isn’t “natural” either but I can guarantee you’ve all done it. If she wants to get injectables, then good on her.’
Had work done? Last month, Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr Randal Haworth told Daily Mail Australia that he believed the actress had undergone a breast augmentation. Pictured left in 2003, and right in 2018
While Ada has never publicly admitted to getting lip fillers, she has long been the subject of cosmetic surgery rumours.
Last month, Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr Randal Haworth told Daily Mail Australia that he believed the actress had undergone a breast augmentation.
He was also of the opinion that she had dabbled in non-surgical treatments, including fillers and Botox.
‘Her forehead and area between her eyebrows are now smoother’: Dr Haworth was also of the opinion that Ada had dabbled in non-surgical treatments, including fillers and Botox. Pictured left in 2003, and right in 2018
‘No matter how gorgeous and famous you are, no one is immune to the effects of aging. Indeed, there are signs Ada has herself explored various non-surgical cosmetic options,’ said Dr Haworth.
While the medical expert rejected previous suggestions that Ada had undergone a rhinoplasty, he claimed that her face shows signs of more subtle work.
‘Ada’s forehead and area between her eyebrows are now smoother, most likely from Botox treatments,’ he observed.
Dr Haworth added that ‘her undereye hollows have likely been softened with fillers at some point – perhaps with a hyaluronic acid such as Restylane Silk or Volbella.’
Observations: Dr Haworth added that Ada’s ‘undereye hollows have likely been softened with fillers at some point – perhaps with a hyaluronic acid such as Restylane Silk or Volbella’. Pictured left in 2005, and right in 2018
He claimed that Ada’s most obvious physical change over the years is her ‘lip augmentation’, which was most likely achieved with a filler, such as Juvéderm.
The celebrity surgeon added that the Greek-Australian star appears to have ‘undergone a breast augmentation to provide a balanced boost to her bosom’.
While Ada is yet to reveal whether she has gone under the needle, she has previously supported the use of enhancements in an interview with Daily Mail Australia.
‘I just think everyone should do whatever makes them feel good,’ she said. ‘I have no judgement on [Botox] whatsoever.’
Simply stunning! The Home and Away star is known for her age-defying beauty