A 42-year-old Queensland mother says that she has difficulties making eye contact with people after undergoing what she thought was a safe eye procedure. A promotional, non-surgical, anti-aging procedure left her with swollen eyes, scarring, and tiny holes in her eyelids.
Eye Procedure Performed at Home Business by ‘Supervised’ Trainee
Stacey Buttriss is a 42-year-old mother of five from Queensland. During a recent interview, the woman recalled her frightening experience with a non-surgical eye procedure she has undertaken in January.,
According to the woman’s claims, before going to the unnamed clinic for the ‘safe procedure,’ she did some research online. For some time, the Queensland mother wanted cosmetic surgery for her eyes, which, according to her, looked saggy.
In January, she enrolled in a cosmetic clinic’s sweepstakes. Several days later, she was informed that she had been elected for a promotional non-invasive, non-surgical, eye procedure. Mrs. Buttriss declared that she couldn’t believe that she online had to pay $400 for a procedure that normally costs around $1,000.
According to the website’s description, the eye procedure, named plasma treatment, employs small needles which are capable of piercing the skin after being heated by radio waves. The clinic website claims that this rather unusual and totally non-invasive treatment, reveals the healthy, pink tissue hidden underneath.
A few days after the eye procedure, the Queensland woman woke up with swollen eyes, scarring, and tiny holes along her upper eyelids.
The woman had the shock of her life when a dermatologist told her that the damage was permanent.
Mrs. Buttriss said that she spends most of post-surgery life avoiding meetings and making sure to wear sunglasses when going outside.
More than that, a dermatologist told Buttriss that her online chance to undo some of the damage is laser resurfacing, a surgical technique that employs pulsating light beams to correct skin irregularities.
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