By Jimmy Briggs for Daily Mail Australia
13:22 12 February 2024, Updated 13:33 12 February 2024
Tillie Whitfeldt shared footage of herself dealing with a painful rash.
The Big Brother star, 23, posted a video on Instagram on Monday evening describing how painful red-brown spots spread across her body. After breast augmentation surgery.
'I got the implants five weeks ago and I've had this rash ever since. I've been to the dermatologist and the hospital and been on two different steroids,' she began.
'It clears up and then comes straight back. I would be grateful for any advice.'
Tilley called on her fans to help come up with a solution to eliminate the breakout.
'I feel TikTok is better than any GP at the moment. I have itching and it spreads all over my body.
According to the Australian Government's Therapeutic Goods Administration, post-surgical rash Sometimes it can be caused by The body adjusts to the implants.
It is highly recommended that sufferers consult a qualified doctor for treatment instead of seeking medical advice on social media.
This is not the first time that Delhi has had problems with beauty treatments.
In June 2021, he admitted to deliberately injecting lead-based ink into his own skin, resulting in self-mutilation.
Speaking to The New York Times about her newfound infamy, the reality TV star said: 'The main answer is I'm stupid, yes, I agree.'
Whitfield's profile exploded after she was hospitalized with horrific facial injuries after a freckle hack she copied on TikTok.
Admitting she's already spent $12,000 to repair the damage to her skin, the blonde beauty told the NYT she went ahead with the risky, self-inflicted cosmetic surgery because 'it didn't hurt'.
However, following a series of self-administered acupuncture by dipping needles in tattoo ink containing high levels of lead, Tilly temporarily lost sight in one eye.
Dilli also revealed how a home acupuncture treatment went horribly wrong, leaving her with horrific facial injuries.
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