When a woman went in for a treatment to correct her double chin, she ended up with red spots all over her neck. The dots provided the appearance of a lizard’s neck. Yes, you read that correctly. Continue reading to learn more about this.
Jayne Bowman, from the United Kingdom, was the victim of a frightening tragedy. The 59-year-old had fibroplast plasma, a non-surgical skin-tightening therapy. Bowman had really dropped some weight, which had left her with extra skin. She used social media to get a message from a beautician on Facebook. According to the Daily Mail, Jayne then opted to get Botox for her double chin.
“There was no difference at all except severe scarring weeks later,” she told the Daily Mail. “I had hundreds of brow dots spread across my chest.” “I resembled a reptile!” she continued. Bowman also stated that she didn’t want to leave the house because of the botched treatment and that if she did, she would cover her face with a scarf.
“I wish I still had my sagging neck – it was better than what I was given.” “I’m in misery because of this botched cosmetic procedure,” she told the Daily Mail.
According to the Daily Mail, Bowman paid 500 euros (roughly Rs 40,591) on the treatment. Following that, she began to feel a searing sensation that was not expected. “It was really painful, it burnt like hell,” she claimed. “I informed the therapist I was in pain, but she seemed unconcerned.” She told me she had to keep going or it wouldn’t work.”
Jayne tried lotions to relieve the burning feeling, but she was soon covered in brownish-red patches down her neck. She left a negative review and even spoke with a lawyer. The beautician, however, filed a counter-complaint against her, according to the Daily Mail.
“I’m not looking for money; I simply want justice for being murdered at the beauticians,” Jayne Bowman added.