A woman in southeastern China allegedly sneezed out some cotton left over from a nose job that she had undergone half a year ago.
The woman, surnamed Zhu, is now demanding compensation for what she believes is negligence on the part of her surgeons.
A 19-year-old girl who wanted to undergo rhinoplasty, also known as a nose job, was pronounced dead from a severe allergic reaction to anesthesia.
The teen, identified as Xia Lisha, had undergone a rhinoplasty procedure in Li Mei Kang hospital in Guiyang, China on January 3.
The famous double eyelid surgery in Asia is becoming so common that most Korean women see it as a simple cosmetic enhancement procedure rather than plastic surgery. With an overwhelming one in three South Korean women between the ages of 19 and 29 turning to plastic surgery, even the more invasive procedures are becoming increasingly normalized.
Just as companies would advertise a new phone, surgery clinics are covering the walls and billboards of Seoul in advertisements promoting their transformations. However, many of these enticing images of satisfied clients were not achieved with a single procedure.
Videos of Asian women applying and removing a mysterious material on and off their noses to achieve a completely different look shocked the internet earlier this year.
The trend has since spread on social media, but many are still clueless about how it’s done.