Nov 13, 2008

Woman Injected Cooking Oil on Her Face

Woman Injected Cooking Oil on Her FaceHang Mioku, 48, had her first plastic surgery when she was 28. Since then, she has been going back and forth to the surgeon to change mostly her facial features. She was totally obsessed by it. She became so addicted to cosmetic surgery that she injected cooking oil on her face.

Check her before and after photos below.


There was a time when surgeons won't let her undergo cosmetic surgeries anymore because they think that her obsession has transformed into a psychological disorder.

The Telegraph reported, "When she returned home to Korea the surgery meant Hang's features had changed so much that her own parents didn't recognize her.

After realizing that the girl with the grossly swollen face was indeed their daughter, her horrified parents took her to a doctor. Once again the possibility that Hang had a mental disorder was raised and she started treatment.

However, this treatment was too expensive for her to keep up and she soon fell back into old ways.

Amazingly, she found a doctor who was willing to give her silicone injects and, what's more, he then gave her a syringe and silicone of her own so she could self-inject.

When her supply of silicone ran out Hang resorted to injecting cooking oil into her face."

Hang's face turned into horribly large and disfigured.


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Before: Hang Mioku

Woman Injected Cooking Oil on Her Face

After: Hang Mioku

Woman Injected Cooking Oil on Her Face

Treatment


In her first treatment, the doctors removed 60g of foreign substance from Hang's face and 200g from her neck. The foreign substance were referred to as the cooking oil.

After many treatments, her face became smaller but it is still disfigured.


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Photo Credit

Woman Injected Cooking Oil on Her Face

4 comments:

NotJustAMom 11:35 PM  

Wow! That's horrible! Wasn't expecting that.

Lover Boy and Girl 12:07 AM  

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Lisa 10:20 PM  

Wow...I feel sorry for that poor lady. She was really pretty in the before photo...guess it really is a psychosis where people view themselves differently than what others see them as.

Lover Boy and Girl 9:13 PM  

Greetings Lisa,

You have a good point over there. That's a possibility.

Thank you for the comment!