Following the adoption of VAT (Value Added Tax) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) under the common VAT agreement of the states of Gulf Co-operation Council, with effect from January 1, 2018, goods and services sold will incur 5% VAT. This will apply to all goods and services unless specifically exempted by law.

This means that all goods and services provided by Kaya Skin Clinic will be eligible for VAT. This will be applicable

  • All Services & products sold post January 1, 2018
  • All balance payments of services bought prior to January 1,2018

However, if your services are fully paid prior to January 1, 2018, you will not be charged any VAT. Kaya will bear the cost of VAT and pay it to Government.

For example, if you have bought a package of 4 sessions in November 2017 for AED 4000, and paid AED 3000. You have completed 2 sessions before January 1, 2018. VAT on the already paid session but not consumed will be paid by Kaya to Government. The balance payment of AED 1000 will incur a 5% VAT

Please visit your clinic from and speak to one of our reception team to find out more details.

VAT stands for Value Added Tax. VAT has been adopted in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) under the common VAT agreement of the states of Gulf Co-operation Council, with effect from January 1, 2018, goods and services sold will incur 5% VAT. This will apply to all goods and services unless specifically exempted by law.

VAT is charged at 5% of the value of the goods/services purchased and rendered.

VAT will be applicable from the January 1, 2018. However, as per VAT legislation, from the January 1, 2018 onwards, any goods or service that has been unpaid and not utilized, will also incur VAT. This means that if you purchased any services prior to January 1, 2018, and the same has remained proportionately unpaid, then from January 1, 2018 onwards you will be required to pay 5% VAT on the balance pending payment. For advance payment, Kaya will pay directly to the Government.

All products and services provided at Kaya Skin Clinic will be charged 5% VAT

As per VAT legislation, from the January 1, 2018 onwards, any goods or service that have a pending payment, will also incur VAT. This means that if you purchased any services prior to January 1, 2018, and the same has remained proportionately unpaid then from January 1, 2018 onwards 5% VAT will be imposed on the unpaid portion of those services on a pro-rata basis.

No refunds apply as per T&Cs. however, with any exceptional refunds, standard refund process is to be followed by clinics.

For further queries on VAT, visit Web: www.mof.gov.ae