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Pop-Up lip filler clinic
« on: 10:21:12, 10/09/20 »

When Lauren Patterson visited a pop-up cosmetic filler clinic in Glasgow city centre last year, she had hoped for plumper and more defined lips.
Instead, she says she was left with "two massive boils" sticking out of her chin and had to have a corrective procedure to sort them out.

Like many customers in Scotland, 24-year-old Lauren spotted the clinic on Instagram and booked with a friend for a cheap, special offer.
She was attracted by the celebrity endorsements and rave online reviews for Miss Hudson's Aesthetics, a Manchester-based business that travels to Glasgow each month to see hundreds of clients.

But Lauren told BBC Scotland's Disclosure that her experience at the clinic was "just awful from start to finish".
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Re: Pop-Up lip filler clinic
« Reply #1 on: 10:40:44, 10/09/20 »
Could I get in touch with her? , Iím selling Wembley stadium for just £5.000


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Re: Pop-Up lip filler clinic
« Reply #2 on: 08:43:44, 11/09/20 »
I know a young lady, who must have had fillers or maybe plays the trumpet.
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