Myleene Klass presents the mother of all makeover shows. In each episode, two intrepid volunteers undergo drastic transformations. One goes under the knife using every cosmetic enhancement trick in the book, while the other takes the surgery-free route - using only great hair, make-up and fashion techniques.
Cleaning company manager Mary Gibson has the body of a 30-something but her face tells a very different story. A lifetime of sunbeds and smoking have piled on the years, leaving Mary with no choice but to carry out a daily 'Polyfilla' makeup job to fill the cracks.
Poll age before: 63 (35 from behind)Poll age after: 47Real age: 50
Meanwhile, Civil Servant Kathleen is stuck in a time warp - having spent 25 years with the same hair cut and ten wearing the same pair of glasses. The passage of time has also left Kathleen with saggy eye-lids and crooked teeth.
Poll age before: 60Poll age after: 45Real age: 49
Can Myleene wave the 10 Years Younger magic wand and turn these plain Janes into beautiful bombshells?
Recently qualified Kentish beauty therapist Samantha Harris, 41, dreams of working in a top salon - but hammering the sun-beds and cigarettes has left her with a bulldog frown, saggy eye-lids and wrinkly skin.
Meanwhile, ex-navy lad David Yule, 58, is on the hunt for romance, but a 43-year smoking habit has left him with a gaunt face and weathered skin. He may have the body and the energy of a man half his age, but Londoner David needs to recapture his youthful days.
It's up to Myleene and the team to drag this drab duo back a decade, turning saggy into sassy and grizzled into chiselled.
For 29-year-old mum-of-three Helen, life should be about looking good and feeling great. But clad in baggy t-shirts and plagued by a catalogue of skin problems, Helen is in dire need of some youthful sparkle. Standing at the school gates with the other mums highlights how prematurely she has aged.
Meanwhile, 53-year-old Susan from Sussex is ready for change. Her white and grey hair gives her an OAP appearance and she has been offered a free bus pass on many occasions.
Can a wardrobe overhaul and some dazzling non-surgical treatments help Helen get her groove back? And will some super surgery awaken a sexier Susan?
For Dartford's Marie, gravity has taken its toll. While she still enjoys lots of male attention, these days it's not always for the right reasons, and wolf whistles are a distant memory of the past.
Having lost her looks to life in the fast lane, and fags and booze, Marie needs to do something fast to return to the glamour of years gone by.
Shedding the pounds has left Northampton's Jenni playing catch-up when it comes to anti-ageing. In the past she never really cared much for fashion and beauty, but now she harbours aspirations of owning her own catering company and her image needs an overhaul.
But will non-surgical methods provide enough magic for Jenni to turn back the clock?
Sporty Sybil, 61, has the body of a woman half her age; but her face looks double it. Spending over 25 years on the bowling green under the intense South African sun, has left her looking more elderly than effervescent.
With dreams of mixing with the fashion conscious, Sybil needs to make a few drastic changes to her appearance to ensure she looks the part.
Meanwhile, 38-year-old customer services manager Karen has let herself go. Cutting her own hair, and living by a wash-and-go beauty regime, has resulted in a ragged look that is crying out for help.
From the roots of her greying mane, all the way down to her slip-ons, Karen needs a re-vamp. Can the team retrieve her youthful sparkle?
Droopy eyed Dawn is in need of some serious DIY. This B&Q cashier would rather hide away in the basement than face her public, wearing clothes that are two sizes too big and being mistaken for a 60 year old that was alive during the war.
Shaggy haired Sheila used to be a hairdresser, however it wasn't her disastrous two-tone hairdo that made her look as out of place as a bald man at a barbers; compared to all the fashionable young stylists she worked with, her face simply didn't fit.
Myleene meets Sue and Dot, two women hoping to roll back the years. With leading cosmetic surgeon Jan Stanek competing with Lisa Eldridge, make-up artist to the stars and champion of non-surgical treatments, to offer the perfect solution.
Myleene and the team try to help Jane Aisthorpe and Denise Bird lose some years.
The Team give nursery teaching assistant Susan Welsh and Transport Police Officer Finola Connors a top-to-toe transformation.
Myleene and the Team try to help support-worker Janice Cassidy lose some years, and prepare interior designer Shere Morady to have her photo taken with her stunning daughters.
Myleene helps Janet McTighe and Beverley Gore to roll back the years.
Can horsey girl Liz Farr and mum-of-five Julie Matthews get their groove back?
Myleene Klass catches up with two of the success stories from the last series. Kennel maid and ex-Mohican wearer, 39-year-old Nikki, was a washed-up, ghostly goth with white hair, false teeth and a gaunt look to match.
This episode looks back at two top transformations to see how time has treated the participants since.
This episode turns back time to revisit two of the programme's favourite ladies: Vivienne Tremaine, the DIY diva who lost her hair and her looks, and ex-navy girl and mum-of-five Amanda Davies, whose sugary tea and 20-a-day cigarette habit had piled on the years.
The show revisits two memorable transformations from a previous series, hooking up again with community support worker Denise Pearson, and school secretary Linda Strallen.
The show revisits single-chef and mum Mel Smith, and artist and mum-of-four Cathy Fisher, to find out how their make-over transformations have impacted on their lives.
Myleene and the team try to turn back the clock for 64-year-old sun-lover Marie and 72-year-old Betty, who wants to look less grannyish, and more like the vibrant woman she feels inside. Which procedure will win: the face pack or the facelift?