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10 People That Took Plastic Surgery Into Their Own Hands

People like the human Barbie and the human Ken have proven that plastic surgery can be a slippery slope, and an addiction to plastic surgery is 100% real. Of course, thousands of people opt for one or

People like the human Barbie and the human Ken have proven that plastic surgery can be a slippery slope, and an addiction to plastic surgery is 100% real. Of course, thousands of people opt for one or two procedures, are happy with the results, and choose to never go under the knife again. But there are others who will just never be happy with how they look, and more plastic surgery is not helping them. It's only making it worse.

What happens when those people who believe they cannot live without getting that procedure they have their hearts set on, are turned away? Plastic surgeons have a responsibility, just like any other doctor, to only do things that are in the best interest of the patient's health. Psychological assessments are sometimes necessary if the doctor feels like someone is going under the knife for the wrong reasons.

Another obstacle on the road to perfection is the high cost of more plastic surgery procedures. They are considered superficial, and unnecessary, so health insurance rarely covers them. That means, if someone can't pay out of pocket, then they are most likely out of luck. Unless they figure out a way to do the surgery themselves. Sounds crazy, right? That's because it is. Here are 10 was people have attempted to take their plastic surgery into their own hands.

10 Hang Mioku - Cooking Oil Botox

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9 $10 DIY Silicone Injections

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8 Guadalupe Camarena

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7 DIY Nose Job

6 Butt Injections

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5 Black Market Butt Injections

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4 Facial Restructuring Gadgets

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3 At-home Chemical Peels

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2 At-home Eye Lift

1 At-Home Botox Kits

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You've heard of Botox parties. A group of women get together and hire a plastic surgeon or two to come to their home and inject them with botox. The difference between that and actually doing it yourself, is the surgeons are trained to administer botox. They know where to do it, what supplies to use, and how to avoid any negative side effects. DIY botox kits are available in countries like China and India, but just because you can do it doesn't mean you should. Risks of a do-it-yourself Botox kit include paralysis of one side of the face, making it droop, ptosis (drooping) of the eye, an abscess and a bad infection that may morph into a staph infection.

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