A woman has reportedly been left with a square head after undergoing chin fat removal.
Sofia Marroquin, from Australia, took to social media to show off the results of a treatment called Kybella, which non-surgically removes any excess fat from beneath the chin.
However, the 19-year-old found that it had made her look swollen and puffy.
Over on TikTok, she said: “Yep, so just got some lovely needles into my face.
“My family has absolutely no idea what I’ve just done and I’m about to get their reaction.”
In the clip, Marroquin showed her dad’s reaction to her new look, who is shown gasping in disbelief.
With his hand to his mouth, he said: “Oh my goodness.”
Her mum and sister also reacted in a similar way, and once everyone had processed the news, they all burst into a fit of laughter.
Fortunately, Marroquin pointed out that her face would only be puffy temporarily and that it was a common side effect.
@sof.marroquini got my face done? probs deleting this soon lol ##reactions♬ original sound – Sofia Marroquin
But this didn’t stop the teenager’s followers from asking why she’d had the treatment done in the first place.
In the end, Marroquin posted a follow-up video in which she gave some answers.
“Lots of people have been asking why I made my face look like a rectangle. I didn’t purposefully make my face look like a rectangle,” she said. “I got a treatment done called Kybella which removes fat from the lower part of your face. People tend to get it for your double chin but I got it in my jowls area. Mine was really fatty covering up my jaw so I just wanted to remove that fat – just a little bit – just to make it look a little better. That’s all.”
Since sharing the original post, it’s racked up over 3.6million views and thousands have taken to the comments to share their thoughts.
One viewer said: “Think you have a great sister. I love her reaction. Think I would have done the same as her. But well done you, doing what you think is right, is right for you.”
Another added: “This is why I’m scared of getting it done! How much time off work would I need?!”
According to Healthline, the common side effects of having Kybella are pain, swelling, redness and numbness.