The woman went into cardiac arrest following the procedure.
The woman went into cardiac arrest following the procedure.

Woman in critical condition after visiting beauty clinic

A woman is in a critical condition after a medical procedure was allegedly performed on her at a Sydney beauty salon.

The 35-year-old was rushed to hospital after suffering a cardiac arrest at The Medi Beauty clinic in Chippendale, yesterday afternoon.

A 33-year-old woman has been charged with reckless grievous bodily harm and using poison so as to endanger life.

She was refused bail and will appear in Central Local Court today.

Police investigate after a woman goes into cardiac arrest at a Chippendale beauty clinic yesterday. Picture #TenNews
Police investigate after a woman goes into cardiac arrest at a Chippendale beauty clinic yesterday. Picture #TenNews

According to the clinic's website, The Medi Beauty Clinic offers the "ultimate in consultative care and medical expertise".

Located in Broadway's Central Park Mall, the Chippendale franchise is it's first in Sydney with four already open across Melbourne.

The business' services include laser hair removal, hyaluronic acid facials, coolshaping fat-reduction treatment and injectables including derma fillers. The website claims the business prioritises safety.

"Based on the core value of a healthier more attractive you through approved scientific methods, we at The Medi Beauty are passionately committed to providing professional, safe and effective services," the website states.

Inquiries continue.

The Medi Beauty Centre, Central Park, Chippendale where the procedure was carried out.
The Medi Beauty Centre, Central Park, Chippendale where the procedure was carried out.
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