Grandmother says she feels ‘irresistible’ after having a large wart ‘grated’ off her face in The Bad Skin Clinic
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- Lili, who lives in the UK, is life and soul of the party and a born entertainer
- Glamorous grandmother reveals her grandson calls the large mole ‘ouch!’
- She features on tonight’s The Bad Skin Clinic which airs at 10pm on Quest Red
A glamorous grandmother has a large wart ‘grated’ off her face in The Bad Skin Clinic.
Tonight’s episode of the Quest Red show focuses on, Lili, who lives in the UK, who is the life and soul of the party, and a born entertainer.
But while her bubbly and infectious personality remains unfazed, she has been living with a large, protruding mark on her face for the past 10 years.
‘It’s like a wart, you know? And it keeps raising its ugly head,’ says Lili, who says it has got in the way of her dating,
Lili, who lives in the UK, has been living with a large protruding wart on her face for the past 10 years. While the wart sticks out, it doesn’t cause Lili any pain – but it does affect her confidence. The grandmother, pictured with Dr Emma, is delighted with the results.
Located on her right cheek just below her ear, the large wart bothers her and has prevented her from changing her hairstyle.
‘I don’t want to share this ugly thing with anybody,’ she explains. ‘I have to cover it always. It needs to come off, definitely. Once the wart is gone, it’ll be a different me. Flawless!’
The wart has a bulging head that sticks out, and although it doesn’t cause Lili any pain, it affects her confidence.
‘Sometimes I want to superglue it, to tell you the truth,’ she continues. ‘Sometimes I want to take some scissors and cut it off – but I know better than that.’
The glamorous grandmother reveals that her two-year old grandson calls the wart “ouch!” as he probably gets scared of it.
Dr Emma removes some of the more prominent bumps on Lili’s skin, including the wart on her cheek, by scraping them down.
Ready to have the wart removed, Lili checks in for her appointment with Dr Emma Craythorne at 152 Harley Street.
During her consultation with the expert, Lili reveals how the mole affects her day-to-day life.
‘My grandson, he calls it “ouch!” He’s only two years old so he gets scared, probably,’ she admits.
‘It’s very uncomfortable, not only physical but on a psychological side it’s even worse.’
Sitting Lili down to have a proper look at her skin, Dr Emma quickly and confidently offers her a diagnosis.
‘When you run your hand over the top of your head up here, you can feel these little bumps,’ she says.
‘They’re called Seborrhoeic Keratosis – they’re completely benign but they are just thickenings of the skin and we get them with ages.’
‘And when we come to the “ouchy,” that’s another one of these Seborrhoeic Keratosis. It looks rather like a brain-like type of a structure over the top off it. It has this very stuck-on appearance.’
Happy with her diagnosis, Dr Emma offers to remove some of the more prominent bumps on Lili’s skin, including the wart on her cheek, by scraping them down.
Numbed and safely prepared for the procedure, Lili cannot hide her excitement.
‘I’m going to be very beautiful in 20 minutes,’ she smiles, before Dr Emma adds: ‘More beautiful.’
Describing the sound of scraping the wart away, Lili says: ‘It makes a very funny sound. Like when you’re grating something!’ Pictured, Dr Emma with Lili
While preparing for surgery, Lili cannot help but entertain Dr Emma and her staff as she starts singing to calm her nerves.
After a few tunes, Dr Emma then gets to work, and expertly scrapes away the wart.
‘It makes a very funny sound,’ Lili says. ‘Like when you’re grating something!’
After having the wart and multiple other bumps scratched off, Lili emerges from The Bad Skin Clinic with a big gleaming smile on her face.
‘I’m ready for a glass of champagne,’ she says.
Three weeks after the operation, Lili is thrilled with the results of her surgery which have barely left a mark.
‘”Ouch” is no longer there, as you can see,’ she jokes. ‘All of this is due to Dr Emma. Can you see? No blemish, no nothing. I knew I was pretty before, but now I am irresistible!’
The Bad Skin Clinic airs tonight at 10pm on Quest Red and the QuestOD app
Lili is thrilled with the results of her surgery and three weeks following the operation, there’s barely a mark on her face.
Source: Mail Online