WITH more and more people turning to cosmetic procedures to get the ‘perfect’ Instagram look, it’s important to recognise the risks of having such treatments done.
While we would all love to have a smooth face with no wrinkles and a flawless body to match, one aesthetics nurse has revealed the five treatments that she would never have.
What’s more, Lisa Roberts, the independent nurse prescriber, explained that she would also never offer these treatments in her nurse-led medical aesthetics clinic either.
So if you are interested in getting any cosmetic procedures done, you’ll want to listen up first before you book an appointment.
Lisa took to TikTok to reveal the procedures that she is wary of, as she uploaded her video with the caption ‘it’s a no from me’.
She said: “Five treatments I would never have or offer as an aesthetics nurse prescriber”.
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The first procedure that Lisa wouldn’t ever get is bum or hip dip filler.
She explained: “Far too dangerous, leave it to the surgeons”.
Next up, Lisa would never have fox eye threads.
The reason why? Lisa stated: “Far too many complications for very minimal results”.
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As well as this, the aesthetics nurse revealed that she would always avoid frown filler.
This is because: “Filler in the frown lines – I don’t want to go blind”.
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Not only this, but Lisa explained that she wouldn't ever get hay fever injections.
The beauty whizz stated: “There’s a reason the NHS stopped offering it and it wasn’t finances”.
Finally, a treatment that is popular with many, but not with Lisa – Baby Botox.
Lisa concluded: “It’s just a marketing term, a good practitioner will assess your face and go accordingly”.
Lisa’s video has clearly been useful to many, as it has quickly racked up a whopping 287.4k views.
It has 13.4k likes, 137 comments and 37 shares.
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Many TikTok users agreed with Lisa and people appreciated her honesty.
One person said: “As an aesthetic nurse with a MSc in aesthetic medicine I agree with you on all points”.
Another added: “YES! 3 cheers for responsible and ethical medical aesthetics practice”.
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A third commented: “Yes, preach!”
Someone else noted: “It’s so nice to hear clinics only offering what’s safe, not just whatever’s popular”.
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