Tallulah Willis Has Fillers Dissolved, Says She Hasn't Seen Her 'Real Bone Structure' in 6 Years

"Still learning to dial back the futzing and the pokes and sit with myself as I am," the 30-year-old actress said

<p>Tallulah Willis/Instagram</p> Tallulah Willis

Tallulah Willis/Instagram

Tallulah Willis

Tallulah Willis revealed that she had her facial fillers dissolved after six years.

On Friday, the 30-year-old — who is the daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis — posted two selfies on Instagram showing how her face looks after reversing the cosmetic procedure.

“I was scared to mention but I recently got my filler dissolved - after being very emotionally and psychologically wrapped up in what I thought it gave me - I hadn’t seen my real bone structure in like 6 years,” she captioned the post. “Still learning to dial back the futzing and the pokes and sit with myself as I am, which is hard when your brain tells you that yes! more is better!”

In the comments section, Tallulah liked several messages from followers who praised her for the transformation and for being transparent about the decision.

“Thank you for letting women of all ages know they are perfectly beautiful in their own skin at any age, without altering how they look!!!! So beautiful!!!!” one fan wrote.

Another person added,  “You are beautiful, that's what counts! Forget the other stuff 👏👏👏 Bravo, so proud that you talk about your experience! This will help thousands of young people x 👏👏”

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Tallulah Willis

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Tallulah’s post comes just days after she opened up on social media about being diagnosed with autism as an adult.

The actress posted a throwback video on Instagram of her as a child attending an event with her dad. In the clip, the Die Hard actor is holding Tallulah during a red carpet interview. As he’s talking, she’s rubbing his head and playing with his ear.

Joking about the moment, she revealed that she was recently diagnosed with autism. “Tell me you're autistic without telling me you're autistic 😂” she captioned the post.

In the comments section, one follower praised her for sharing the video and asked if she was diagnosed as a child.

“Actually this is the first time I’ve ever publicly shared my diagnosis. Found out this summer and it’s changed my life. ☀️” Tallulah replied before calling herself “neurospicy” in another comment.

Autism Speaks defines autism spectrum disorder (ASD) as "a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication."

According to the organization, signs of autism usually present around ages 2-3. However, signs can be missed because autism is a spectrum and pediatricians may want to give a patient time to develop before making a diagnosis, the Child Mind Institute states.

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