Lip augmentation goes wrong and woman looks “like Homer Simpson”

La joven compartió la traumática experiencia en TikTok, donde el video se vio casi 500.000 veces en un día.


The young woman shared the traumatic experience on TikTok, where the video was viewed almost 500,000 times in one day.

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More and more people are becoming victims of a bad cosmetic procedure, whether surgical or invasive, such as injections of substances to look younger and feel better.

Although injection fads have been imposed by celebrities, even their own faces look unrecognizable thanks to the many changes that have been made.

In fact, the frequent facial fillers that many celebrities undergo can lead to considerable alteration of the face. The faces affected by the so-called overfilled syndrome (síndrome de sobrellenado in Spanish) present a rounded forehead and marked and prominent cheekbones.

But in Ruby’s case, the bad experience went over the line when she was rushed to the hospital after suffering a severe allergic reaction to dissolving her lip filler.

Ruby shared the traumatic experience on TikTok, where the video has been viewed nearly 500,000 times in one day.

According to her, the reaction was so bad that it left her with a huge upper lip and an extremely swollen face. Despite smiling in some of her photos, Ruby also added that this has put her off from doing her lips forever.

His own followers were the ones who told him that they found a resemblance between the way his face looked and that of the renowned animated figure, Homer Simpson.

“You went from looking like the platypus from Phineas and Ferb to the Chipmunks,” another observed.

Someone else thought: “People say this was a waste of NHS resources, everyone pays their taxes, guys, allergic reactions can happen with ANYTHING.”

“I think anyone who needs treatment should get it regardless of what has happened,” agreed one sympathetic user.

“I have been told not to do my lips for this reason, a box tint nearly killed me when I was 18,” one woman shared her experience.

After watching the video, one person was left traumatized and wrote: “This is why I personally will never have cosmetic surgery or anything like that, it’s too risky for me!”

Risk Alert

As with any type of surgery, plastic surgery has associated risks. According to the UK National Health Service (NHS), the degree of risk depends on the size of the affected area, the level of experience of the surgeon and the general health of the person undergoing the procedure.

Some procedures carry specific risks, but general ones include:

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