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I totally agree with chialiping... Don't just write and clarify parts of the story in the way you deem good for you only (this is probably why the government need to step in to control the bloggers; otherwise everyone can just slam anyone if they're not happy)...Trying putting yourself in the clinic's or doctor's shoes too; they didn't do you any wrong unlike the beauty salon... In fact, I remember reading that the expired medicine was not given to you at all. The expiry date on the label is not the actual expiry date of the medicine (i work in the IT field and feels that it's probably not updated by the clinic assistants when a new batch of medicine is being used). You should look at the expiry date on the medicine itself.
You should post up the entire letter from the lawyer and a pic of the expiry date on the medicine
4 months, 3 weeks ago on Lawyer’s Letter From MedLife Clinic & Surgery Demanding Clarification
This is soooo terrible and similar to my personal experience last year! I went to a very established beauty salon for my facial and they insisted on using some new products for my ultra-sensitive skin even though I kept telling them to just use the normal products. In the end, I have very bad acne outbreak (similar to your case). The beauty salon even said that it's normal reaction for some people and refused to pay for my medical bills or refund me the facial package that I've bought from them! In the end, I had to kick a big fuss at their salon for a few days with the specialist memo before they compensated me! You should seek compensation from them man!
Like you, I was super angry with two different doctors that I've seen after the outbreak. Both just said that my skin was sensitive and the acne was probably triggered off by the facial products. They then gave me some creams and antibiotics pills. So I went ahead to see the skin specialist at the skin centre. I showed him the medicine given by the two GPs and he told me to continue taking it as it's the right medicine for my case. I have no choice but to wait for my skin to get better and just stay away from makeup for at least six months!!! My advice: go and see a skin specialist now!!
Moral of the story: beware of beauty salons and their products especially if you have sensitive skin!!!
6 months, 1 week ago on My Horrific Post-Facial Experience. You Need To Read This.