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The clinic is based underneath a hairdressing salon. On the outside, it's not very apparent that it is also a "clinic". I was greeted by a lady who was also my therapist. The interior of the clinic was a bit shabby and old - it clearly needs a bit of renovation! I guess, if I've seen the place first I probably would not have decided to have my treatments there because I do lay a lot of emphasis on a professional presentation. The treatment room itself did look a bit dirty, unfortunately. However, the attentiveness and patience of my therapist made up for it. She explained clearly what was going to happen and since this was my first peel I was a bit nervous as well. The treatment itself only lasted two minutes since the skin cannot take the acid for longer without getting burned. It was a light tingling sensation and since my cheeks and jawline are more sensitive than other areas of my face I can feel it more.After that, the therapist wash it off my face again and again to calm my skin down. My skin was still sensitive for the next couple of days but nothing major because I did make sure I moisturise it more than usual. I myself didn't notice much difference after my treatment, however, my boyfriend commented that my skin looks brighter and whiter. I think you probably have to do more than one treatment to see a more visible result. I think the treatment is ok for the Wahanda deal but I would not have paid the original price. I don't think I would return to this clinic for the reason I mentioned above but I cannot fault the therapist and the treatment itself!