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Khloe Kardashian ‘worries she’s had too much filler’ as cheeks become ‘swollen’

It's been claimed Khloe Kardashian is "worried she's had too much filler" as her "cheeks are starting to looking puffy and swollen".

The 36-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star is said to be trying to slow down on getting the fillers, but "can't seem to break the habit".

Khloe rarely talks about getting cosmetic work done on her face and body but has opened up about getting fillers several years ago.

It's been said she's worried she's had too much after years of getting Botox and fillers, Heat magazine reports.

A source told the publication: "She's had way too much filler pumped into her cheeks over the years and it's coming back to bite her big time.

"This is a very sensitive topic for Khloe — everyone knows she's always been paranoid about her looks compared to her sisters.

"But the fillers are becoming more and more obvious, and it's pretty hard for her to deny it at this point — especially because her cheeks are starting to look puffy and swollen."

The report claims Khloe can't seem to break the habit, but is trying to slow down on the fillers.

"She's stuck in a rut. It's a routine she's followed for years and can't seem to break", the source added.

Daily Star has contacted a representative for Khloe for comment.

Khloe once spoke about her facial surgery during an episode of Botched in 2016.

Speaking to plastic surgeon Dr Terry Dubrow, of the TV show, the reality star said: "It did not work for me".

She explained: "It did not work for me. I looked crazy, and I still think the effects are in there – I went to have it all dissolved like three times

"I did it and then Lamar's accident happened", she said as she referred to her ex-husband.

Khloe continued: "I was so stressed out the doctor was like, ''I think it's just too much was happening to your real emotions.''"

"My face was so f***ed I had to go and get this whole thing dissolved", she added.

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