Self-confessed filler addict claps back at haters who 'stare' and 'point' at him

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By Asiya Ali

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A self-confessed filler addict has opened up about his experiences with people who react negatively to him in the street.

Alan Jackson, 27, is known for his big lips and cheeks. Since he visually stands out from the crowd, Jackson is used to being treated differently by members of the public.

The care home chef spoke with the Scottish Sun about his life and said that he is gawked at "in shops and restaurants" by members of the public who "take pictures of you and point at you".

"When you’re on a night out people will want to speak to you, a lot of folk stare, and sometimes people actually want a picture with you," he shared.

Jackson is from Carluke, Lanarkshire in Scotland, and said that he has approximately 31ml in his lips alone as well as various amounts in his cheeks, jaw, nose, and chin.

The filler addict has revealed to the publication that due to his appearance, people mistreat him, however, he insists that he's able to ignore all the haters.

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Filler treatment. Credit: VanoVasaio / Alamy

For example, Jackson recalls one incident when the police had to be called in to stop a group of teenagers that were throwing food at him in McDonald's.

He said that despite the ordeal, he still has enough self-esteem and confidence to disregard the negative experiences and focus on what makes him look and feel good.

"It doesn’t bother me in the slightest. I always hear people saying 'look at him.' I think a lot of people get intimidated by the look and they don’t want to speak to me," he said, per the outlet.

Previously, the cosmetic fanatic disclosed to the Scottish Sun that salons and clinics banned him from getting any more filler in his face.

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Beauty Salon. Credit: beauty treatment & skin care treatment / Alamy

He claimed that only a small number of places were willing to give him the injections, however, it was usually on the condition that he proposed to sign paperwork waiving any right to legal action if something went wrong.

So, Jackson decided to spend about £1,500 ($1,720) on a beauty lesson to learn how to inject himself with fillers rather than depend on licensed cosmetic establishments.

Jackson admitted that his obsession with facial enhancement is an "addiction" but he explained that he feels "great" afterward - no matter what people say or think.

Featured image credit: Science Photo Library / Alamy

Self-confessed filler addict claps back at haters who 'stare' and 'point' at him

vt-author-image

By Asiya Ali

Article saved!Article saved!

A self-confessed filler addict has opened up about his experiences with people who react negatively to him in the street.

Alan Jackson, 27, is known for his big lips and cheeks. Since he visually stands out from the crowd, Jackson is used to being treated differently by members of the public.

The care home chef spoke with the Scottish Sun about his life and said that he is gawked at "in shops and restaurants" by members of the public who "take pictures of you and point at you".

"When you’re on a night out people will want to speak to you, a lot of folk stare, and sometimes people actually want a picture with you," he shared.

Jackson is from Carluke, Lanarkshire in Scotland, and said that he has approximately 31ml in his lips alone as well as various amounts in his cheeks, jaw, nose, and chin.

The filler addict has revealed to the publication that due to his appearance, people mistreat him, however, he insists that he's able to ignore all the haters.

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Filler treatment. Credit: VanoVasaio / Alamy

For example, Jackson recalls one incident when the police had to be called in to stop a group of teenagers that were throwing food at him in McDonald's.

He said that despite the ordeal, he still has enough self-esteem and confidence to disregard the negative experiences and focus on what makes him look and feel good.

"It doesn’t bother me in the slightest. I always hear people saying 'look at him.' I think a lot of people get intimidated by the look and they don’t want to speak to me," he said, per the outlet.

Previously, the cosmetic fanatic disclosed to the Scottish Sun that salons and clinics banned him from getting any more filler in his face.

wp-image-1263177100 size-full
Beauty Salon. Credit: beauty treatment & skin care treatment / Alamy

He claimed that only a small number of places were willing to give him the injections, however, it was usually on the condition that he proposed to sign paperwork waiving any right to legal action if something went wrong.

So, Jackson decided to spend about £1,500 ($1,720) on a beauty lesson to learn how to inject himself with fillers rather than depend on licensed cosmetic establishments.

Jackson admitted that his obsession with facial enhancement is an "addiction" but he explained that he feels "great" afterward - no matter what people say or think.

Featured image credit: Science Photo Library / Alamy