Sally Dynevor has revealed that she is going under the needle for facial treatment.
The Coronation Street star, 58, shared a snap of herself on her Instagram page alongside a medical aesthetician and admitted her plans to get "amazing results."
The actress explained that she went in for a "bespoke skin treatment" which combines micro needling and radio frequency to help her skin "regain strength and structure."
The star went into detail about the treatment she is receiving, saying: "3D Dermaforce is an advanced treatment combining micro-needling and Radio Frequency (RF) technology to effectively treat a large number of facial and body concerns, with amazing results."
"Dr Jonquille Chantrey highly recommends this treatment and is a key opinion leader for 3D Aesthetics who provide 3D Dermaforce," she added.
Fans of the soap star filled her comments with positive words as they spoke about her age-defying beauty.
One fan penned: "Always stunning Sally forever young."
Another user wrote: "You don't need treatment, you look great."
A third gushed: "You look really good for your age anyhow Sally."
While another quipped: "Well you're a great advert for it! You always look half your age."
The 58-year-old attended the TV BAFTAs last week and revealed exclusively to Daily Star that she is excited about her character's upcoming racy storyline.
The Dancing on Ice star has played Cobbles regular Sally Metcalfe since 1986 and is now set to star in intimate scenes with her on-screen husband Tim Metcalfe (Joe Duttine).
The actress admitted she was pleased to be involved in a funny sex storyline because she enjoys acting in comedic scenes, but she recognises the plot also has a genuine "seriousness" to it.
"The thing I love about my story is that there's a little bit of comedy there, which I quite like doing," she said.
The Corrie star confirmed: "So there is comedy but actually there is quite a seriousness to this storyline as well."
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