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Coronation Street’s Bethany Platt actress Lucy Fallon pictured having dermaplaning skin treatment on break from harrowing sex grooming storyline

Published on: 11/16/17 11:03 AM


LUCY Fallon took a day off from her dramatic Coronation Street storyline to undergo a skin treatment.

The soap favourite, 21, went for a Dermaplaning session and managed to look relaxed despite the non-surgical procedure using a 10 gauge scalpel to scrape off dead skin cells.

Lucy Fallon took a break from shooting harrowing Coronation Street scenes to enjoy a face treatment

With her hair pulled back in a white cap Lucy even managed a smile as the therapist scraped away at her face, before going under a pink UV light.

The 30-minute procedure promises to eliminate “annoying peach fuzz” that cakes up in makeup and can often be enhanced by high-definition cameras and removes dead skin cells to leave to surface very smooth.

Therapists also use the treatment to prepare skin for more invasive treatments such as chemical peels.

The 21-year-old underwent Dermaplanning which uses a scalpel to scrape away dead skin cells

She was later seen leaving the clinic looking refreshed in a black and white print skirt, a maroon top and khaki green jacket.

Lucy has been involved in one of Coronation Street’s most shocking storylines to date as sex ring victim Bethany Platt.

The actress’s performance has been a major talking point among viewers, horrified at Bethany’s harrowing sex exploitation plot – and it’s going to continue for some time for the young girl, but one person will step in to help.

She completed the 30-minute session by going under a pink UV light

Lucy recently revealed how tough it is to play Bethany Platt in the dramatic sex grooming storyline

Lucy has admitted she broke down in tears while hearing a real-life grooming story, when she did some work with the NSPCC.

She told the Daily Star’s TV Life magazine: “The NSPCC came to talk to us with a girl called Lucy who’d been groomed and who told us her story.

“Hearing that was horrific. It left me in tears. It helped me to understand how people get into these situations.”

Lucy and her cast mates did work with the NSPCC and other child protection charities before performing the scenes.