Chloe Ferry has opened up about having a botched fox-eye facelift which she claims left her with painful red scars.
The Geordie Shore star, 26, said she needed hospital treatment after undergoing the controversial cosmetic procedure seven months ago.
On Thursday, she shared pictures and a video of her scarred face on Instagram, which she said were taken two months after the procedure.
Painful: Chloe Ferry, 26, has spoken out about having a botched fox-eye facelift which left her with painful red scars
A fox eye lift, also known as a fox eye threat lift, raises the edges of the eyebrows using a soft threat, which aims to restore the appearance of a surgical fox eye lift without the need for surgery.
But Chloe wasn’t left with the results she had hoped for, the sides of her face looked swollen while she had a dent in the center of the scar.
Referring to former Big Brother housemate Ryan Ruckledge who underwent the same procedure and had a similar experience, Chloe wrote online: ‘I’m putting it off now but after seeing Ryan talk about the fox eye trend on This Morning. , I feel like I have to tell everyone about my experience and what happened to me.
“I had the same procedure as Ryan seven months ago and I’m still left with terrible scars on my face that may never go away.
Unwanted: Geordie Shore star needed hospital treatment after undergoing controversial cosmetic procedure seven months ago
“I see this procedure becoming more and more popular. This may not happen to everyone but after seven months I was left with scars so I just wanted to take to social media to let everyone know what happened to me.
She added: “I know there are worse things going on in the world but I thought I had to talk about it now that I’m still scarred after seven months.
“I never judge myself or anything, but the only thing I thought was good about myself was that I had good skin and now it’s scarred.
‘My job is to be on TV all the time, photoshoots etc and now I am so aware of the effect it has had on me.’
Chloe was seen looking at herself in the mirror in her videos, pointing out that her face was “unusual”.
She’s spoken out: She took to Instagram on Thursday to share pictures and a video of her scarred face, taken two months after the procedure
Unimpressed: Chloe wasn’t left with the results she’d hoped for, the sides of her face looking swollen while she had a dent in the center of her scar.
She said she originally posted the clips two months after the procedure, but removed her posts.
Chloe explained: “I’ve been putting this video off for so long. I pre-uploaded it after two months, but quickly deleted it.’
She broke down in tears and continued: “I kept putting it off and putting it off because I know that when I talk about things like this I only get backlash, it always makes me more stressed, so I just put it off. so long.
Scarred: Chloe poked her face as she showed off a swollen birthmark and a dent on the side of her face
“I’m so sick of it. I was at my mom’s this morning and I said, “I have to come here and say something.” She said: “Chloe, the side of your face, you can really see your scar.”
“I never, ever evaluate myself. I never give myself any credit. All I can say about myself is that I have really nice skin.
“I know so many people will say, ‘Well, it’s your own fault.’ You shouldn’t have done that.” I know! I wish I never did. If I could turn back time now, I would literally turn it back in an instant.
Candid: She decided to speak out after undergoing the procedure in a bid to get people to ask if they want to do the same and possibly experience the same
“But I didn’t expect that when I got this treatment I was left with a permanent scar and a line on the side of my face. I didn’t expect that at all.”
She concluded: “I know there are much worse things going on in the world, but I just want to let people know that I failed.
“That’s not to say it won’t work for you, it might be fine, but a lot of people I’ve talked to and obviously my experience with it, I’ve just had absolute hell.
“I was in the hospital, I was on tablets.
Upsetting: Chloe cried as she spoke about her experience, saying she wanted to speak before but decided against it
Last year Chloe insisted she was ‘done’ with plastic surgery after spending £50,000 on procedures to transform her appearance.
She admitted she became ‘obsessed’ about going under the knife after she first appeared on the MTV show in 2015 and saw co-star Charlotte Crosby get a lip enhancement.
She admitted in June that she had done the most work of the entire cast, but plans to stop as she hopes to be taken more seriously.
“I’m in a new chapter of my life.” I want to be taken more seriously,” she told Closer magazine.
“As soon as I started on the show in 2015, I was obsessed with surgery. When I met Charlotte and saw her lips I was like “I NEED THEM!” and now I had the most work of the cast.
Before: Chloe has undergone several cosmetic procedures in recent years including three breast operations (pictured before any surgery in 2015)
“For the first time in a long time, I’m really happy with the way I look. I feel like I look good. And I really don’t think I’ll have another operation – I feel done now.’
Chloe has undergone several cosmetic procedures in recent years, including three breast surgeries, and first started receiving Botox injections at the age of 19 to maintain her wrinkle-free appearance.
A year later, she underwent a brow lift to enhance her eyebrows and firm her forehead.
Chloe also had two nose jobs and lip fillers to achieve Kylie Jenner’s iconic pout.
Before liposuction and a butt lift in 2018, the reality star also transformed her squeaky, shiny white veneers.
But just a week later it was announced that Chloe was planning to undergo a third rhinoplasty after her latest botched procedure left her feeling insecure.
No longer! Last year Chloe insisted she was ‘done’ with plastic surgery after spending £50,000 on procedures to transform her appearance.