- Report: #1117097
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Complaint Review: Chicago Permanent Cosmetics Center, LLC
Chicago Permanent Cosmetics Center, LLC3545 Lake Ave #100 Wilmette, Illinois USA
Chicago Permanent Cosmetics Center, LLC - Elena Astor; Chicago Permanent Cosmetics scarred for life, damaged skin, stretch marks Wilmette Illinois
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It has been 11 months since I made the mistake of trusting my skin to Elena Astor. I have hereditary stretch marks that I wanted to try fading for. They are in my cleavage area. It is my opinion that she went too deep and they are now significantly worse. In some areas, the stretch mark is gone but only because it has been replaced with a large scar that is not even with the rest of the skin, both in pigment, because they are all dark, and in terms of the skin's surface. Stretch marks are pitted in appearance because of the damage to the underlying structure. Mine are now raised. I've never had keloid scarring in my life. It has to be caused by this type of trauma.
The pictures of afterward are horrifying. [continued below]....
I didn't peel the scabs. I have been nothing but cautious and careful about not going in the sun. I couldn't even enjoy the summer because I am deathly afraid of them getting worse. She also lightly did the same type of procedure on a scar of mine, which happens to be exposed to the sun way more often and I don't have any problems with it, so this has to be how deep she went in this area. I have never had a problem with hyperpigmentation in my life, and I didn't have it on the other treated area; quite frankly I saw little improvement on the scar. I couldn't even sleep for days afterward because of the pain on my chest. Each scar/stretch mark is now significantly darker. Even my father was concerned. My husband doesn't say anything unless I ask because he knows how much it bothers me. At least I am not single because I can't imagine going out, dating, wearing nice clothes with these eyesores.
What's crazy is that my aftercare instructions were to do absolutely nothing. I got a coating of bacitracin before I left and was told not to put anything else on it ever.
There was a mass email sent out this month, January 2014, to the email addresses on file requesting "models" to PAY FOR being used for a demonstration for some sort. I asked for some attempt to remedy the damage done to me for free. Yeah, needless to say not only did I not get a response, but I got another mass email stating that the spots had been filled. Why am I surprised that my emails were never responded to this entire time? Please do NOT trust your skin or any PERMANENT COSMETICS to this unethical company. The DAMAGE is PERMANENT. And if they mess you up I promise you won't hear or see any admittance of fault or apologies, if anything at all.
Ultimately, if you're looking for someone to help you with something as important as your skin, I would strongly suggest looking long and hard at each of your potential practitioners because the risk isn't worth it and the lack of professionalism afterward speaks volumes about the type of business this is. It's all about the money, not helping people.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/20/2014 06:26 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Chicago-Permanent-Cosmetics-Center-LLC/Wilmette-Illinois-60091/Chicago-Permanent-Cosmetics-Center-LLC-Elena-Astor-Chicago-Permanent-Cosmetics-scarre-1117097. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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