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    A YOUNG woman is warning against the dangers of shoddy cosmetic procedures after she was left with a temporary facial deformity. Milly, who lives in Northern England, has shared the startling results of her botched fillers and threads as a way to urge others to think twice — or to at least choose a better doctor than she did. 5A young woman is warning against the dangers of shoddy cosmetic procedures after she was left with a temporary facial deformityCredit: TikTok/ millyrosepowell 5Milly showed off the results of filler and a thread lift that had unintended resultsCredit: TikTok/ millyrosepowell The TikToker, who posts under the handle @millyrosepowell, had previously dedicated her account to videos of her dog. But after an unfortunate experience with aesthetic procedures, she's speaking out to save others from a similar fate. Milly didn't go into too much detail about exactly what she had done, merely commenting that she had filler and threads put in her face. A thread lift is a procedure in which a doctor uses absorbable temporary sutures to "lift" the skin, stimulating the...
    A BEAUTY lover with botched lips has urged people to think twice about getting fillers. It seems as if over the years one beauty procedure has become more popular than any other - face fillers. 3Teni urged everyone to think carefully about getting fillerCredit: TikTok/@tenipanosian 3She got her lips done four years ago and now has to deal with the consequencesCredit: TikTok/@tenipanosian What was once something only middle-aged beauty lovers used to do to give their face a more youthful appearance, has now become so popular, it's not uncommon for people in their 20s to be getting the treatment. But of course, as with all things hair and beauty, having filler injected in your face - whether it's lips or jaw - comes with a risk, and there are countless of botched jobs to attest that. Unfortunately, the lifestyle blogger, Teni Panosian, knows this all too well. After desperately wanting the perfect pout, the woman, who's in her 30s, decided to get lip filler, but has now been left with a botched smile. read more beauty storiesGET LIPPY Beauty lovers...
    LIP FILLERS have become a rising trend in the beauty industry for years, and recently we are seeing more and more filler fails than ever before.  Celebrities and influencers are constantly showing off their results of the process, but now we’re seeing an increasing number of people take to TikTok to share their filler results.  1If you are thinking about getting your lips done, here's the questions you need to askCredit: Getty If you are considering getting lip fillers for the very first time, there’s some very important things that you should bear in mind. After all, no-one wants to get botched, do they?!  So if you’re debating whether to get your pout plumped, Dr Caghan Baytekin, Cosmetic Surgeon at Clinic Center, is here with the things you need to consider.  It’s important to think about all aspects, including the aftercare and your health conditions before visiting a practitioner, so here’s the seven questions you need to ask before getting lip filler. Read lip filler failsBIT LIPPY I got 1ml of lip filler in my lips... but they were so...
    A YOUNG mum was hospitalised after a botched beauty appointment left her with a 'horrendous DUCK LIP'. Grace Palmer, from Earby, Lancashire, claimed her top lip swelled up to triple its usual size after the filler was inserted just twice. 4The mum-of-one was mortified when she saw her new lips the following morningCredit: Kennedy News 4According to her, the practitioner has refused to issue a refund for the botched appointmentCredit: Kennedy News Suffering from too much pain, the 23-year-old decided to end the appointment, with the aesthetics practitioner promising she could have the remaining 1ml at a later date. However, the following day Grace's lip has ballooned so much, her colleagues urged her to go to hospital to get it checked out, as they feared she'd lose it. At the hospital, the care assistant was given tablets to tackle the extreme swelling. While waiting to be seen by the medical staff, Grace contacted the injector for her insurance details - but this didn't go too well, as she claimed she was met with a barrage of abuse instead. read more...
    A WOMAN revealed her ‘botched’ nose filler - she wanted to have her nose evened out, but it wound up looking swollen instead. TikTok user Katie shared a photo of what she looked like after she’d had nose filler and said she was so grateful to have her natural nose back. 2Katie reflected on when she got 'botched' nose fillerCredit: @ktfranklin/TikTok 2Opinion was divided over whether or not there was a noticeable differenceCredit: @ktfranklin/TikTok She posted the photo of what she described as her “botched nose filler phase” and used an audio which rated the look out of ten, saying: “It’s so bad I want to give you a zero, but that’s not possible, so I give you a one.” She captioned the clip: “After getting it dissolved I acc appreciated my natural nose SO MUCH LOOOL.” The filler was intended to level out a bump Katie said she had in her nose, but it didn’t go according to plan. Katie wrote: “I do have a bumpy nose but it just made it look so wide. The girl that did...
    A NURSE claims she almost lost her face after her lip began to die when filler was injected into a blood vessel by accident. Paige Bellinger, 26, has now shared shocking photos of her ordeal in a bid to warn others about the risk of complications with lip filler after she was forced to spend an extra $6,000 on procedures. 5Paige Bellinger, 26, claims she almost lost 'half her face' because of lip fillerCredit: Kennedy News 5Her lips were left swollen and reportedly began to 'die'Credit: Kennedy News The nurse had 0.5ml of filler injected into her lips for the first time last August 6 by a cosmetologist that she had previously visited for eyelash extensions. She claims the needle "met resistance" on the right side of her upper lip and immediately after the appointment this area appeared white. The strange coloring is supposed to be a tell-tale sign of vascular occlusion - when blood is no longer able to pass through a blood vessel. Despite expressing concerns and sending multiple photos of her extremely bruised, swollen, and painful...
    A woman was left horrified after her botched lip-filler left her looking like a character from the Grinch. Briana, 22, from Los Angeles, California, tried to make her top lip larger by getting it injected with hyaluronic acid - also known as lip-filler - but the result was not what she expected. After undergoing the procedure, her top lip began swelling, and eventually became enormous. Alarmed, she shared a video of herself showing off her big lip to TikTok, and asked for advice - and it quickly went viral.   A woman was left horrified after her botched lip-filler left her looking like a character from the Grinch Briana, 22, from LA, tried to make her top lip larger with hyaluronic acid injections, but the result was not what she expected. She is pictured before (left) and after (right) the procedure After undergoing the procedure, her top lip began swelling, and it got so big, some of her followers said she looked like one of the residents of Whoville from Dr. Seuss' The Grinch @brianagarabet Update out now it¿s much better ¿¿¿¿...
    IF there’s one thing Faye Winter excels at, it’s not giving a hoot about what others think. So when the Love Island star recently had to have her beloved lip filler dissolved, and got a flood of comments saying she looked better au naturel, there was no chance of her listening and staying that way. 5Love Island star Faye Winter recently had her lip filler dissolvedCredit: Mark Hayman 5But the reality star, who excels at not giving a hoot about what others think, did not listen to the flood of comments saying she looked better withoutCredit: Mark Hayman She says: “They looked hideous without filler — so wrinkly, like a raisin. They would have rejuvenated in time, but there wasn’t one part of me that was going to allow them to stay like that. I prefer me with lip filler. “I got a lot of comments saying, ‘You look so much better without your lip filler’ or ‘You look so much younger’ — which to me are backhanded compliments.” But she adds: “I will never be influenced by anyone...
    A MODEL came within hours of losing her nose after a botched filler. Aneesa Sharif Saddique’s hooter turned black and oozed pus. 3A prominent British-Pakistani model warned of the dangers of plastic surgery after coming within hours of losing her noseCredit: ANEESA SHARIF/@thelamourclinic 3Aneesa Sharif Saddique’s turned black after a botched fillerCredit: ANEESA SHARIF/@thelamourclinic It was being starved of oxygen as the filler had blocked the blood supply. Necrosis, the death of the cells and tissue, set in. The prominent British-Pakistani model, 30, needed emergency treatment. She said: “I was hours away from my nose being surgically removed. "I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy.” The injection is given to smooth out or reshape the nose. Most read in The US SunDEATH IN PARADISE Bloody world of Cancun's cartel wars as gangs behead rivals near resortsTORI'S SAD SPELL Tori looks sad as she moves boxes in LA amid Dean 'marital issues'NECROPHILIAC KILLER Bedsit Murderer violated 99 corpses as young as 9 & killed 2 womenMACK'S MOBILE HOME Teen Mom Mackenzie is living in a trailer park...
    A MAN has lost a huge chunk of his nose creating a "third nostril" after a horrifying botched lip filler job. Thiago Delgado, 35, says he “cries every day” as a result of the damage left by his desire to have plumper lips. 8Thiago Delgado's nose has a huge chunk missing after a botched lip filler jobCredit: Jam Press 8The 35-year-old from Brazil wanted to plump his upper lipCredit: Jam Press His story adds to the thousands of others highlighting the dangers of unregulated lip filler procedures. People have been left with rotting tissue, needing lip amputations, lumps and even blinded by dodgy jobs. As UK legislation on injectables is scarce, anyone can legally administer dermal fillers without qualifications. But in a huge step forwards, under 18s are now banned from getting fillers and botox in a huge win for The Sun's 'Had Our Fill' campaign. Thiago had his procedure where he lives in Brazil, paying BRL 1,800 (£253).  He went to a dentist called Ronaldo Kora in Angra dos Reis, Costa Verde do Rio, on June 11. ...
    BOTCHED cosmetic treatments can be extremely dangerous and one doctor has revealed the grim moment he squeezed out fillers from a client's badly placed procedure. Dr Tijion Esho, aka 'The Lip Doctor', believes that we have reached the end of lip fillers despite their popularity. 4The patient visited Dr Esho with a bulbous top lip after having lip fillersCredit: dr Esho Under 18s are now banned from getting fillers and botox in a huge win for The Sun's 'Had Our Fill' campaign. Dr Esho's latest video shows the dangers of the procedure and how it can go horribly wrong. The video, posted on Instagram, shows the bulbous lip of one patient who had fillers places incorrectly. Dr Esho simply pricks a needles into the lip and streams of white puss then ooze out of it. Social media users were shocked at the gunk coming out of the lip - especially because it had been down to lip filler. Speaking to The Sun, Dr Esho explained that the popularity of lip fillers means that many people don't do their research before getting...
    More On: medical disorders Baby born with three penises makes medical history Woman sheds blood tears during her period due to rare medical crisis Boy’s ‘brain-eating worm’ turns out to be embarrassing moment for mom NY still not allowing immunocompromised to receive COVID-19 vaccine She tried to change her nose and almost lost it. A woman narrowly avoided losing her nose and mouth after contracting a voracious flesh-killing disease from a botched filler operation. She has since put out a PSA warning others to steer clear of the dangerous beatification procedure. “It felt like I was living through a nightmare,” Leah Morton told Caters News Agency of the facial fiasco, which began after she got her shnoz injected with beauty filler at an unnamed clinic on April 29. The 26-year-old Liverpool native explained: “I have had filler before in my lips, but I decided I wanted to get the treatment done to my nose because I have always hated the shape of my nose.” The snout-plumping procedure started out suspiciously when the cosmetologists didn’t warn her of...
    CHILDREN will be protected from botched cosmetic fillers under tough new laws, after success in our call for a crackdown. The Sun's Had Our Fill campaign demanded action from the Government on the unregulated industry. 10While tough new laws will protect kids from botched cosmetic fillers, Catrina Banks, from Edinburgh, was just 16 when she had her lips and cheeks plumped Until now, there had been no legal age limit for fillers or Botox and they have been available on every high street in Britain, with beauticians and even hairdressers offering jabs for as little as £50. But the Botulinum Toxin and Cosmetic Fillers (Children) Act, passed last week and coming into effect in autumn, will now stop these treatments from being given to under-18s. And a doctor, medical practitioner, or a health professional will have to administer the jabs where there is a medical need in kids. Most dermal fillers injected by doctors contain a natural substance called hyaluronic acid. But back-street clinics source their “fillers” from places like China, with no way of knowing what is actually in...
    2 BOTCHED filler victims are being "ignored" by rogue practitioners in 80 per cent of cases after they complain, new research shows. More people are turning to anti-wrinkle jabs and fillers amid an apparent "Zoom boom" as people want to look good on video calls, experts say. 2Four in five victims of botched Botox and fillers are being 'ignored' by rogue practitioners when they complain, a new study showsCredit: Getty - Contributor But they warn bungled procedures are causing irreversible damage to customers’ physical appearance and mental health. Save Face, the national register of non-surgical cosmetic treatment practitioners, received 1,617 complaints last year. They found 82 per cent of complainants were ignored or “blocked” by their practitioner when they sought help for problems. Some 81 per cent were not required to give appropriate consent prior to treatment and 76 per cent were not told which product was used. Further, 93 per cent were not made aware that serious complications could occur and wrongly thought the jabs were low risk. RAISING STANDARDS The Royal Society for Public Health has now...
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