There are an increasing number of reviews and comments on this site which cast doubt as to the integrity of the owner of the clinic, and the few remaining doctors who work with her and undertake treatments in various locations around the country. The clinic has no premises of its own and uses rooms rented to it and the doctors currently undertaking the work appear to be genuine.
So is what is written here fair? Most legitimate businesses promote excellence by using the multitude of independent review sites which now exist online. For aesthetics clinics, Facebook is often the most relevant and important. Although the clinic did appear at one point to display such reviews, these are no longer available.
Another reviewer has given details as to why this may be the case. There are no Google reviews available, and whilst the other popular source of reviews for aesthetics clinics, WhatClinic, has received reviews, these are hidden, although they cannot hide the average scores. For the Preston clinic the score is 3.2/5 from 15 clients. Not a particularly impressive figure.
The score of 2.9/5 from 11 clients for its Liverpool clinic is even less impressive. The message for anyone who is looking to have facial aesthetics treatments has to be to check the background of the clinic, and those who work there.
Look for reviews which give feedback as to the quality of treatments and to client service. Don't make the wrong choice!