This Sunday, September 4, on TF1, Sept à Huit broadcasts a report on the excesses of aesthetic medicine: illegal injections with their consequences that can prove to be particularly dangerous for clients. On Twitter, the comments are linked: many deplore the excess injections and the behavior of these women.
Sometimes without training, or sometimes with a simple internship of a few days, the “sorcerer’s apprentices” in aesthetic medicine perform injections of hyaluronic acid in the face of their clients. An illegal practice as these methods must be performed by doctors. In fact, they are not trivial and there is a risk of complications. This is the topic of this Sunday, September 4 in Sept à Huit, broadcast on TF1.
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Thanks to these new and increasingly coveted services, it would be possible to earn a lot of money. Up to 30,000 euros a month, according to one of them, interviewed by the show. A particularly profitable business that aims to plump lips or smooth the face to hide wrinkles. So profitable that even beauty salons are getting into it, despite the illegality of these methods. The problem ? People who go into this have no medical training and therefore don’t know what to do in case of complications. Others even go so far as to buy their products from low-cost suppliers, found on Instagram, thus questioning the quality of their material.
The clients, ready to do anything to look like their beauty models, do not hesitate to turn to these “institutes” with the risk of finding themselves disfigured. This is the case of Léa, who wanted to remake her mouth to win back her boyfriend and took the opportunity to give her chin injections. She was deceived by the professional appearance of this fake doctor’s Instagram account, she found herself with her mouth completely swollen, but also with many pimples on the lower part of her face. According to the doctor who treated her, there has been an increase in complications following hyaluronic acid injections in the past two years. And these can be very serious.
Doe eyes, fine nose, delicious mouth …
If all these women are rushing towards these fake aesthetic medicine professionals, it is to look like their models of beauty conveyed on social networks. One of the speakers, accustomed to injections at the age of 31, explains: “You help me to love me more”. On Twitter, this is what Internet users deplore, annoyed at seeing these women stuck in superficiality. What also fools them is their gullibility since they go to the first salon they come across.
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