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#5 Molly Martinson
Your appearance speaks a lot about your personality. The way you look can decide someone’s perception about you. There are people who work really hard on the way they look and then there are people who are god gifted with it.
23-year-old Molly Martinson was god gifted with it. She is extremely good looking. Many plugged into her YouTube channel for all kinds of beauty tips.
#4 The Face
Molly had a beautiful face but the only problem with it was that she was born with a small port wine stain birthmark on the side of her face, which she successfully disguised with makeup in her adult life.
But since she had a beauty channel and people often questioned her about that, she decided to cure that stain. But in that process, she ended up ruining her face completely.
Keep reading ahead to see what she did with her face that you should totally avoid.
#3 The Third Stage
Her doctors decided to treat her face in 3 stages. This simple decision, which she thought would improve her appearance, immediately backfired when she got to stage three of the laser treatment to erase the stain from her skin.
According to Molly, everything was safe. The doctor was qualified enough to perform the treatment and laser treatment is considered to be safe.
#2 The Laser Treatment
In fact, the first two rounds were successful and she was happy with it so there was no reason to doubt the doctor. But it wasn’t her surgeon, it was his intern who was performing the laser treatment on Molly.
Although the surgeon was supervising, the intern had been trained by that doctor, who Molly later found wasn’t so great at his job. Things just got worse. After the lasers targeted half her face, Molly opened her eyes in excruciating pain and knew something was wrong.
#1 The Research
The beauty blogger was in pain for weeks and consulted another surgeon for help fixing what the first one did. This time, she did a complete research about her new surgeon.
Her new video isn’t about a beauty tip but about the importance of researching completely before consulting a doctor.
The only way to get her beautiful face back was through reconstructive surgery. Now, a year and several surgical procedures to fix the damage and scarring later, Molly is feeling mostly like herself once again. We just hope that she gets to her old self soon.