"It seems to have hit her": the woman was left with unbearable burns and painful blisters because the laser treatment of the skin goes horribly wrong
- The woman has been left with burns after a skin laser treatment went horribly wrong
- The woman went to an Australian dermatologist to have some sunspots removed
- But following the procedure, he suffered painful blisters and scars
- The photographs reveal the horrible burns on the arms and face after treatment
Cindy Tran for Daily Mail Australia
A woman has been left with unbearable burns on her face and arms after a skin laser treatment went horribly wrong.
The woman turned to an Australian dermatologist to remove some sunspots with a laser.
But after the procedure, the woman, who previously had the same laser treatments, suffered painful blisters, scars and inflammation.
A woman has been left with unbearable burns on her face and arms after a laser treatment of the skin went horribly wrong
Her friend shared horrible pictures of her burn-covered arms in an effort to warn others about the dangers of laser treatment.
"This is the painful state in which my friend remained after he was treated," said the friend.
& # 39; My good friend went to [a dermatologist] to remove some sunspots with laser and observe this horrible result.
& # 39; His face looks like his arms. It looks like they hit her! It's shocking … it's really bad and extremely painful. "
Since then, the victim has met with another doctor to treat his painful blisters.
& # 39; His arms and face are so painful. It's horrible, "said the friend.
"She is seeing another doctor now that she is helping to treat her arms and face."
The woman has had the same laser treatments in the past, but has never suffered serious side effects
The woman explained how her friend has had the same laser treatments in the past, but has never suffered serious side effects.
"This was not the first time he received this laser treatment … he has had this treatment before and has had no problems," he said.
& # 39; I never had anything close to this effect. Something this time with this has gone terribly wrong and I would like to be warned, so I thought others would also like to know.
"I just want people to know to prevent this from happening to others."
Daily Mail Australia has contacted the dermatologist to receive comments.