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Amerejuve Dominates Houston's MedSpa Competition With Rapid Expansion: Houston's #1 MedSpa Opens Eighth Location in Kingwood
Date:12/15/2012

orinna Sanchez is a long-time client of Amerejuve and is excited that Houston's number one medspa is opening a location in her area. "I couldn't be happier that Amerejuve is coming to Kingwood. While I never minded driving to Houston because of the professional staff and affordable prices I always received at Amerejuve, I am thrilled that it will now be so close to home. The only issue now is will I be able to stay away!"

Amerejuve Kingwood Grand Opening celebration is scheduled for December 15th, 2012.

As Houston's #1 medspa, Amerejuve is a pioneer in the field of body sculpting and is the only place in Houston that offers these non-invasive services to their clients. For those that want a non-surgical and pain-free option to contour their waist, hips or thighs and remove stubborn fat for good, Amerejuve's options are limitless. Choices include fat and cellulite removal with ZERONA®, CoolSculpting by Zeltiq®, fat busting ultrasound by VASER Shape® and Bella Contour, all of which offer Amerejuve clients pain-free methods of body shaping that work by targeting and then shrinking fat cells that have accumulated around the waist, hips or thighs. The body's lymphatic system then flushes out the released fat, leaving behind a smaller waist, trimmer hips and sleeker thighs. One can expect to lose 3.5 inches off their waist, hips and thighs with ZERONA® once the body flushes out the cells within two weeks after treatment. With CoolSculpting by Zeltiq®, clients will see a noticeable reduction of inches about three weeks after treatment, with results that will continue for the next four to six months as the body continues to flush out the frozen cells. These safe and effective methods of losing fat and dropping inches need no recovery time, cause no bruising, scarring or pain, and are both surgery-free.

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