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There is absolutely NOTHING to be scared of, it was actually a breeze, you feel a little groggy, but it doesn't last for long, they gave me a biccie cause you don't eat from around 10pm the day before.
The staff and everyone and I mean everyone were fantastic, and they cant do enough for you, make you feel really comfortable and you have a delicious lunch as much tea as you want and an excellent supper.
I didn't really feel that much discomfort in the night, maybe just a little, but bearable, more of a headache, I think it was because of the band around your head which is quite tight, so it makes you feel hot as well, but they give you pain killers every 4 hours if you want them, which I did. BUT I couldn't sleep at all, maybe a couple of hours as you have to sleep more or less upright and not moving much, so I watched TV all night and morning and played on my Ipad. Which is why I said try to get yourself as tired as possible.
I wore a light bandage to go home over my head and chin as I forgot to take a scarf, but it was fine as we were in the car.
I have been home now for quite a few hours and I feel fantastic, I'm in no pain, and at the moment hardly any bruising, but I do know it could come out later. I did take arnica pills 2 months before, and I do have the cream as well, also they give you loads of stuff to take home.
In my short experience I am so happy that I chose to come to "me cosmetics" I had my upper eyes done last year with someone else as I didn't know about Philip Guest then, but I really wished I had of done, he is so nice and makes you feel completely at ease.
If you are thinking of doing this procedure and you have thought about it for a long time, just do it, you will not regret it, from what I can see his work is fantastic, and as I said, it's a breeze.
Anyway I will you posted.
I just wanted to echo her comments about the initial experience, as hers seems very akin to mine.
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