& # 39; I was a little shocked & # 39 ;: radio producer, 34, still feels like a & # 39; pincushion & # 39; after being pressed into a botox by a nurse who points out everything she & # 39; fixed & # 39; need
- Jana Hocking is an Australian-based radio producer and podcast host online
- She started getting Botox when she turned 32, especially in her nose and crow's feet
- But one day she went to her usual clinic to see that her therapist was gone
- The beauty expert who was offered her commented on other areas she & # 39; fixed & # 39; needed
An Australian radio producer was furiously left after a visit to the cosmetic surgeon cost her an extra $ 300 because a cosmetician forehead her & # 39; repair & # 39 ;.
Jana Hocking, who works for Southern Cross Austereo in Sydney, said she went to her usual clinic that was prepared for a small amount of Botox, but came out as a & # 39; pincushion & # 39 ;.
The 34-year-old's usual therapist was on vacation, so she agreed to see another woman who injected a small amount of the cosmetic injections into her nose and crow's feet.
Jana Hocking, who works for Southern Cross Austereo in Sydney, said she stepped into her usual clinic, prepared for a small amount of Botox, but emerged as a & # 39; pincushion & # 39;
But she was not prepared for what was to come.
After she asked Jana to frown & & # 39 ;, which she felt obliged to do, the professional said: & # 39; How do those strong forehead muscles not give you a headache, & # 39; Whimn reported.
& # 39; I felt a bit vulnerable and was a little appalled because she pointed to things I & # 39; fixed & # 39; needed, & # 39; Jana told FEMAIL.
After she asked Jana to frown & & # 39 ;, which she felt obliged to do, the professional said: & # 39; How do those strong forehead muscles not cause you a headache? & # 39;
While the results are not normally visible for 14 days, some of her friends and colleagues began to comment on her face – namely, a drooping eye
& # 39; Then I was angry that I had believed her. & # 39;
The result of having more Botox in her upper forehead, the lower forehead, around her eyebrows and in her lips left the experienced professional intoxicated.
While the results are not normally visible for 14 days, some of her friends and colleagues began to comment on her face – namely, a drooping eye.
& # 39; The drooping eye took about two weeks to correct itself. I will never go to someone who is not recommended again, & she said.
Although she has been receiving Botox for two years, Jana says she will wait until her therapist returns.
& # 39; From now on I will only go to my regular nurse who specializes in minor adjustments and does not recommend extra procedures, & # 39; she said.
Botox injections can last between three and six months.
As the muscle activity gradually returns to the area, the lines and wrinkles begin to reappear and need to be treated again.
& # 39; Dependent usually happens when the Botox is moving, so do not rub the treated area for 12 hours after the injection or lie down for three to four hours, & # 39; WebMD writes.
Jana Hocking also hosts the Sex Love Magic podcast, available on iTunes.
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