Woman reveals the devastating effect of mixing alcohol with lip fillers in viral TikTok

A woman has revealed the horrific result of mixing alcohol and new lip fillers in a viral TikTok video.

British woman Morgan Proudlock filled her lips with injectable filler before spending the night drink alcohol with friends.

Morgan woke up the next morning with his lips swollen and swollen, a seemingly allergic reaction to lip rags and copious amounts of booze.

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Woman's lip filling horror after night of drinking
Morgan got lip fillers and then spent the night drinking alcohol. (TikTok)

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“When I drank alcohol after getting fillers to my lips and woke up like this. The worst thing I ever did was the pain was ridiculous,” Morgan wrote during the video.

The video attracted over 70,000 views and comments from women who had similar experiences.

“I drank after [too], the pain was unbearable, “wrote one person.

“I got mine made in the morning on my birthday and went out that night and was fine, they swelled a little more than usual, but I liked it,” said another.

Morgan used his video as a warning to other women who regularly get sprayed filler into their lips.

Woman's lip filling horror after night of drinking
The woman shared the terrifying effect of mixing the lip filler with booze. (TikTok)

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“It’s because I drank and you [sic] not the point right after, so I will advise you [to avoid] alcohol for a few days, “she said.

According to B clinic, you should avoid drinking alcohol for 24 hours before lip filler injections since alcohol is a “vasodilator” that dilates blood vessels.

“Simply put, alcohol causes your blood vessels to dilate and widen. This means that the blood vessels in your lips fill up more under the skin, which increases the risk of bruising,” the clinic states.

“Alcohol can also cause fluid retention, which can increase the risk of swelling.”

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