CHLOE Ferry has revealed scaring on her face from a botched procedure for the first time.
In a warning to her fans, the Geordie Shore star, 26, told how she had been left with a hole and dent on the side of her face after undergoing the popular ‘fox eye facelift’.
Fox Eye Facelifts involve inserting plastic threads at the side of the eyes, to stretch the skin and create a new look.
But despite supposedly being quick and ‘pain-free’, more and more people are reporting life-threatening side-effects.
Chloe felt compelled to speak out after her pal, Ryan Ruckledge appeared on This Morning to speak about his own experience.
In a candid post, she explained: “Hi guys I’ve been putting this off for a bit now but after seeing Ryan going on This morning to speak about the fox eye trend I feel like I need to tell everyone about my experience and what has happened to myself.
“I had the same procedure as Ryan done seven months ago and still to this day I’m left with terrible scars on my face which may never go away.
“I’m seeing this procedure becoming increasingly more and more popular. This may not happen to everyone but as I’m left with scars seven months later I just wanted to take to social media just to let everyone know what had happened to myself.”
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She then showed her followers what it looked like after she had it done, adding: “I now have a dint in the side of my face.”
In a further video, Chloe went on accept responsibility for what happened to her, saying if she could go back in time she would never have had it done.
She added: “I have been through hell with it, I have been to hospital, I have been on tablets.”
In the space of just five years, Chloe’s had over £50k worth of cosmetic surgery, three nose jobs, lip, cheek and chin filler, and two boob jobs.
She’s also had a Brazilian butt lift – widely considered the most dangerous cosmetic procedure, after a number of deaths worldwide – and liposuction.
Last year she insisted she had finished altering her appearance, saying: “I’m in a new chapter of my life. I want to be taken more seriously.”