Asli Ilhan, 42, went to a beauty clinic for a laser facial rejuvenation treatment in Muratpasa, Turkey. During the procedure, the professional was distracted and ended up burning the client’s face.
The woman told The Sun that she felt her face burning as she listened to the esthetician arguing with her boyfriend on the phone. After the operation, she went to a pharmacy to buy creams in an attempt to relieve her pain.
The result was marks and scars all over her face. “People get it wrong sometimes, but I paid a heavy price.”
Asli sued the clinic and stated that he suffers from low self-esteem due to unsuccessful treatment. “I’m having a bigger problem than saggy skin now with marks on my face.”
“Not only did I suffer severe burns to my face, but I also struggle with my mental state during this time.”
The court ordered the salon to pay $260 (about R$1,465) in damages. But the lawyer representing Asli Suleiman Kisigye considered the amount insufficient.
“We believe that the penalty for burning a person’s face in a way that leaves visible marks is not a fine,” he said.
Asli Elha also stated that he did not accept this decision.
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