Ada Nicodemou, 44, looks younger now than 12 years ago

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What’s her secret? Home and Away’s Ada Nicodemou, 44, looks as youthful today as she did 12 years ago — after previously denying cosmetic work

Ageless Home and Away star Ada Nicodemou has previously denied having fillers, but admitted she occasionally got Botox.

And the 44-year-old actress recently drew attention to her youthful features, prompting her to women’s Day to wonder if she’s had any additional cosmetic tweaks.

According to the magazine, Ada raised eyebrows last month after posting a photo to Instagram of herself with co-stars Georgie Parker and Emily Symons.

The mother of one has previously denied having fillers, but has admitted to getting Botox on occasion.  Pictured on May 27 of this year

What’s her secret? Home and Away’s Ada Nicodemou, 44, looks as youthful today as she did 12 years ago. Pictured on the left in July 2009 and on the right on May 27 this year

Ada, who always looks beautiful, looked like she had turned back time by having a flawlessly smooth face.

Many fans noted how young the three actresses looked in the photo, calling Ada particularly age-defying.

The mother of one has previously revealed that she occasionally uses Botox, but has denied altering her naturally gorgeous features with dermal filler.

Pictured: May 27 this year

Stunning: Ada (right) raised eyebrows last month after posting this photo to Instagram of herself with co-stars Georgie Parker (left) and Emily Symons (center)

Bit of Botox: The soap actress has denied changing her naturally gorgeous features with dermal filler, but she does get Botox every now and then

Bit of Botox: The soap actress has denied changing her naturally gorgeous features with dermal filler, but she does get Botox every now and then

The soap star revealed the extent of her cosmetic work as she responded to a troll who called her “fake” on Instagram in 2019.

‘I don’t use fillers and I rarely use Botox and the only surgery I’ve had [that] is “fake” is breast augmentation, which I have every right to do,” wrote Ada.

In 2018, the Sydneysider told the Daily Mail Australia that she was not against cosmetic surgery on principle.

Feeling good, looking great: The soap star revealed the extent of her cosmetic work as she responded to a troll who called her

Feeling good, looking great: The soap star revealed the extent of her cosmetic work as she responded to a troll who called her “fake” on Instagram in 2019

“Everyone should do what makes them feel good,” she said when asked about Botox. “I have no judgment about it at all.”

Ada lost five pounds and gained muscle during a body transformation challenge with Who magazine in July 2018.

She lost up to 47 kg by following an eight-week training plan that focused on strength training, including push-ups and sit-ups.

Defending himself: 'I don't use fillers and rarely use Botox and the only surgery I've done [that] is

Defending himself: ‘I don’t use fillers and rarely use Botox and the only surgery I’ve done [that] is “fake” is breast augmentation, which I have every right to,” wrote Adada

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