A woman who had been treated to fix her double chin said she had an "unsightly red dot" on her neck.
Jayne Bowman, 59, from the United Kingdom, received a non-surgical skin tightening treatment called fibroblast plasma.
"After a few weeks, there was no change except for the horrific scars," she toldher Daily Mail. "There were hundreds of forehead dots all over my chest. I looked like a lizard!"
She said she didn't want to leave the house, and if so, she Wore a scarf.
"I wish I still had a hanging neck — it was better than what I was left with. This failed cosmetology treatment afflicted me," she said at the outlet. Told to.
After losing her weight, Bowman said she had excess skin. She searched Facebook for recommendations and sent a message about Double Chin Botox. According to the Daily Mail, after the beautician replied and checked her review, Bowman decided to choose it.
Approximately $ 600 Procedure She said she began to experience a burning sensation beyond the slight burning sensation expected.
"It was very painful — it burned like hell," she said. "I told the therapist that I was suffering, but she didn't seem to care. She said she had to continue, otherwise it wouldn't work."
She began to cool her skin with cream, but then covered it with brownish-red spots all the way down her neck.
Bowman talked to a lawyer about what happened and left a bad review. According to the email, this urged the beautician to file a complaint with the police.
Since then, she has launched a petition for stricter cosmetology industry standards.
"I'm not asking for money, I just want justice that was slaughtered by a beautician," she told the outlet.
"Honestly, it's a living nightmare, and I'm living wounded to prove it."