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Girl left with rectangle face after £280 Kybella treatment filmed her family's hilarious reactions to her transformation

1 month ago   |   By Metro

Sofia's dad was shooketh
Thank goodness for cameras, for capturing priceless reactions like those of Sofia Marroquin's family and friends when they first saw her square head.
The rectangular chin situation was caused by a beauty treatment Sofia, from Gold Coast, Australia, had called Kybella.
Kybella is a treatment whereby a therapist injects Deoxycholic acid into the ‘double chin' area, and it's supposed to dissolve the fat and create a sleeker silhouette. For the first week or two, however, it can cause swelling - as we can see in Sofia's case.
But her loved ones weren't aware that this...
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