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A woman who is a little insecure about the stretch marks on her body after three pregnancies, her confidence is now at an all-time low” after the removal procedure has left her with infected wounds.
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“I felt so insecure about my body, and my vanity, and I have all this scars,” Amiee District of Suffolk, England, told SWNS. “It looks worse than it did before. I wish that I had been accepted to my body. People need to embrace the female body and take pride in their scars.”
Ward said, after the completion of the procedure, and the notice never got to the bottom, and they soon began to smell.
Ward, whose children are 8, 7 and 4, said she paid nearly $500 for a procedure, called a fibroblast, in November of last year. Fibroblast therapy is a procedure that aims to tighten the skin is through the use of an electric charge by a “plasma pencil.”
The treatment is intended for use only in the affected areas, and will be used repeatedly in a grid pattern over the affected area, in accordance with the American Med Spa Association. However, there is a risk of burning the skin if the treatment is applied for too long, or too deep.
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Ward, 30, told SWNS that she consulted with the salon owner in order to book a treatment. The salon owner reportedly told a local news outlet that the process was properly carried out. But Ward countered that and after a few minutes, the room began to smell like burning flesh.
Her scars have not healed almost a year later, and she told me that her confidence is at an all-time low.
“If I had done it, and the whole room smelled of burning flesh, and it was really embarrassing,” Ward told SWNS. She said during the hearing that it is a relatively painless procedure, so I wasn’t expecting the pain.”
Ward, who has several tattoos and told that they has a very high threshold for pain, she told SWNS that she is in touch with the salon owner sent in a photo of one of her foul grades, but that she was reassured that the swelling and redness would go down.
“After a while it started to smell and look ugly,” she told SWNS. “I just knew it looked wrong and wasn’t supposed to look like that.”
Ward said she’s hesitant to have another procedure to correct the scars.
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Ward went to her doctor who said she had been burned, and he gave her a cream for the sores to heal it. Almost a year later, she told me that she would consider the procedure to find the new scars; however, it is to be afraid of.
“My confidence is at an all-time low,” she told SWNS. “It is likely that, at the time of my marriage. I don’t want to be intimate with, so I am in the process of trying to accept my body and embrace it.”