On the day of actual works, i was accompanied by the MFP crew to take photographs (which I used massively in this post) and to film the whole process so we can share with you how the procedures went! (Video will be available on myfatpocket.com later)
This is my 1st time doing aesthetics treatment & I was very surprised at myself since I didn’t think I would ever go for any kind of cosmetics enhancement.
I do think a lot all the time how would I look if my nose is smaller, nose bridge is higher or my jaws are perceptually slimmer. I used to imagine how much sharper my jaw/chin will look if let’s say I “shave” off my jaw bones.
As much as I hate needles poking into my face, the curiosity & enthusiasm of seeing my features made sharper overcomes any fear! I have heard much from friends who went for botox and fillers, all of them commented that the pain factor is nothing to fear.
My nose and jaw area were being cleansed with alcohol swipes and numbing cream were applied for 10-15 minutes.
Dr Matthew explained the products used and what the procedures were gonna be like, and exactly where he will inject etc. Finally, we were ready to start! (I was eyeing the needle & thinking if my numbing cream has taken its effect)
All I could think was: “Quick quick! I want to see myself in the mirror!”
Check out my sharp nose bridge!
The MFP crew were marveling at the instant slimming effect! I noticed and felt that the muscles in the jaws had shrunk by 80%!
Here’s a photo after the procedures.
My nose bridge was bruising a little, but nothing that makeup couldn’t cover.
Seriously, people who tried these said the pain factor is 1 out of 10, I totally agree.
Spot the difference yourselves!
It has been 2 weeks since my nose fillers & jaw botox at Astique.
With regular “massage” and care, the nose has more or less settle down and is looking absolutely natural! This will last approximately 1 year depending on individual.
I’ll be posting up more photos days & weeks after the procedures!
If you wish to do aesthetics treatments with minimal risks & downtime, visit Astique‘s website!