The need to look good all the time is something that the society has inflicted on us and it came as no big surprise to me when my would- be sister in law came up to me one day and said she wanted a procedure done to look better on her big day. She was already so beautiful and I tried to dissuade her from it, but at the end of the day, it was her moment and I just wanted her to be happy and accompanied her like she wanted me to. She said she was just going to get some collagen boost done so that she looked leaner and her skin felt plump and I felt that was way less extreme than some of the other procedures girls went for. She had already made an appointment in Grace Medical by calling +1 860-578-4722 and they were waiting for us. We were told that she would need three sessions only for a full body treatment and that it was procedure known as microneedling. Well, after the first session, I noticed some marks on her cheek but they told us that it was just a side effect of the procedure which would be gone in a few days time. By the time my sister in law had the second session, the marks had increased manifold and she also came out of the inner room complaining that she could almost feel needles pricking her face and that the experience was quite uncomfortable and painful. I persuaded her to discontinue the treatment which she thankfully did, but she had already spent a lot of money on it. The scars had refused to go for a long time and she had to choose a long sleeve dress for her big day so that they were hidden.
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