Larissa dos Santos Lima, reality star best known for appearing in fiancé 90 days, She says she lost her belly button as a result of a tummy tuck, which she says was a “fail”. An abdominoplasty, also known as a tummy tuck, involves removing excess skin and fat from the abdominal area.
The TV personality took to Instagram this weekend to share Graphic pictures of her family distance cosmetic procedure. According to Lima, three “extremely painful” attempts to repair the damage to her belly button — which she says was “removed and disposed of without my consent” during a tummy tuck about a year ago — have failed.
“When I had a tummy tuck, my belly button was removed and disposed of without my consent,” she wrote. I did three very painful revisions to create a belly button. Unfortunately, it was never fixed. Mine Friend I tried many times [to] Improving appearance through treatments, such as fibroblasts. it worked [but] The belly button can’t be made out.”
In a separate post, showing the reality star’s arm attached to an IV compass, the supermodel shared Linda Evangelista It inspired her to talk about the complications of surgery. last year Evangelista speaks out About being “brutally disfigured” and “permanently disfigured” after undergoing CoolSculpting treatments, in which fat cells are frozen and fragmented.
“Today, I would like to take the first step in slowly opening up about a plastic surgery procedure I received that was a failure,” Lima said. “Like a lot of other people in this situation, I was scared and embarrassed to speak up. It’s been over a year now since I’ve had a failure. I’ve never wanted to talk about this before, but I’m tired of being silent in my grief with nowhere to go to fix the problem.” My inspiration for opening up is Tweet embed . Now I have the courage.”
In an Instagram story, Brazilian-born Lima, who has worked in the cosmetic field extensively, admitted that her story may “shock a lot of people” because she is “someone who has supported plastic surgery in the past”.
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