Since Body Fixers first graced our TV screens this September, we've seen nothing but shock-horror beauty disasters and gruesome sightings.
Henry Banham was the first to appear on the show after opening up about a horrifying moment when his lip fillers exploded and sprayed blood and pus all over a phone shop's counter whilst buying a new phone.
A few months before, Henry admits to an obsession with lip fillers whilst having his pout pumped up on 6 occasions. He now regrets going through the cosmetic procedure and wants to warn anybody about the dangers who will do anything for the perfect pout....
Have you ever had any bad experiences with cosmetic surgery?
Yes, I've had my lips done 6 times but my lips became infected after my last procedure which caused them to explode with blood and pus.
How was that for you? Must have been terrifying...
It was awful. I was put on antibiotics for 18 weeks altogether as they kept exploding. It was the worst pain I've ever experienced and I even found it difficult to talk.
How did this all get resolved?
Luckily one of my friends asked me if I wanted to be appear on a show called Body Fixers and the amazing Dr Esho fixed my botched procedure. I'm so thankful to him and the rest of the fixers.
Were you ever in any doubt whether your lips were too late to be fixed?
Yes definitely. I was in a very bad way. There was even points when I was told my lips were going to have to be amputated, but until I met Dr Esho, I didn't think anyone could ever fix me.
Would you agree that lip fillers were a big part of your life?
Yes 100 per cent.
Before they went wrong, they were my life. Everyone knew me as the guy that had his lips done. I enjoyed it and so did everyone else. I will openly admit that I was addicted to having them done.
Has it made you think twice about getting anymore work done in the future?
Let's just say I don't have any more plans for lip fillers in the near future, however, I'm happy with the way I look at the moment. There are a few procedures I'm looking into at the moment but I'm staying away from any filler at the moment.
What other procedures are you looking into?
I'm still doing my research at the moment as I've learnt my lesson from my botched lips so I can't give too much away as I want it to look as natural as possible. I've now learnt that less is more.
What advice would you give to anyone who isn't aware of the dangers?
My advice would be to definitely do your research and go to the best doctor you can find. Go for multiple consultations and make sure it's certainly something you want to do. Don't rush into anything as there is no such thing as a risk-free procedure.