“When I was in the height of my body dysmorphia, I had a whole bunch of fillers,” Lattanzi — who is the daughter of Olivia Newton-John — says on Wednesday’s episode of The Doctors. “I’ve had that all removed from my face because I like the way I look naturally.”
The actress and singer, 30, says she wishes she had not made any changes to her face when she was growing up.
“I look back at myself and I as a teenager and I’m like, ‘What a beautiful young woman,'” she says. “What was I thinking? Why was I so insecure?”
Lattanzi believes that social media can cause other young women to struggle with their self-image.
“I think so many young girls are going through body dysmorphia — we’re constantly told how we’re supposed to look via Instagram and filters,” she says. “There’s constant pressure for us to look perfect.”