Olivia Bowen showcases her tattooed body in a mishmash bikini as she poses with a fake tan mitt in her kitchen
She regularly shares photographs of herself in skimpy attire.
And Olivia Bowen was at it again on Wednesday, as she took to Instagram where she posted a photograph of herself in a mishmash bikini.
The Love Island star, 27, showcased her tattooed body in the zebra print bikini top as she posed with a fake tan mitt in her kitchen to plug vegan tanning brand Utan.
Getting hot in the kitchen! Olivia Bowen, 27, took to Instagram on Wednesday where she posted a photograph of herself in a mishmash bikini
Olivia matched her animal print halter-neck bikini top with a plain pair of high-leg black bikini bottoms.
The make-up free star scraped her blonde tresses back into a bun and accessorised with delicate jewellery.
Shortly after, Olivia switched into another bikini to relax in a hot tub with her pal, taking to Instagram to document the fun.
Holding a glass of orange juice, the reality beauty pulled tongues after highlighting the 25 degree heat she was enjoying.
Fake it don’t bake it! The Love Island star showcased her tattooed body in the zebra print bikini top as she posed with a fake tan mitt in her kitchen to plug vegan tanning brand Utan
Olivia is known for keeping it real on Instagram, and was recently hailed as ‘inspiring’ after she bravely displayed her psoriasis in a lingerie shoot.
In March, the reality starlet, who has previously spoken about dealing with the skin condition, shared snaps of herself donning pink lace lingerie along with an inspirational message.
Posing in her bathroom, Olivia wrote: ‘GROW through what you GO through & you will GLOW boo!’
Olivia re-shared one of the photos to her Instagram Stories and said the reason she speaks about her psoriasis is because she would have loved to see someone talk about it when she was struggling with it as a teenager.
Loving it: Shortly after, Olivia switched into another bikini to relax in a hot tub with her pal, taking to Instagram to document the fun
It’s a hard life: The reality beauty highlighted the 25 degree heat she was enjoying
She wrote: ‘Some days I don’t wanna look at my skin, some days I don’t care, some days I love it.
‘The reality is it just doesn’t f*****g matter in comparison to what is worth our time in the world.
‘I just get on with my life & do my work & enjoy being alive & live my best! The main reason I acknowledge my psoriasis online is because I KNOW how much I would have loved to see someone in the public eye with it when I had it last at 17 years old.
‘It shouldn’t even be a thing to be honest, but I know how on bad days it can get you down. Your messages on how much it helps seeing me confident with it are really lovely.
‘Really so sweet & I’m happy that you guys can take something away from seeing someone just living with it. You can too!’
Olivia previously admitted her 10-year battle leaves her feeling ‘terribly insecure’ at times as she deals with flare-ups which can last up to four months.
Psoriasis occurs when a person’s skin replacement process takes place within days rather than the usual 21-to-28 days.
The accumulation of skin cells builds up to form raised plaques, which can be flaky, scaly and itchy.
Important: Olivia is known for keeping it real on Instagram, and was recently hailed as ‘inspiring’ after she bravely displayed her psoriasis in a recent lingerie shoot