The team behind the hugely popular Liverpool Lipo Clinic on Rodney Street have grown the business and expanded with a brand new clinic in Chester.
Real Housewives of Cheshire star, Dawn Ward was amongst the list of celebrities,in attendance at the launch of the brand new Chester Lipo Clinic at a star-studded launch party at Doubletree by Hilton over the weekend.
Attendees at the glamorous launch event were greeted with champagne and canapes, and were entertained by up and coming singer Clare Sophia, as well as being gifted exclusive luxury goody bags.
Also in attendance was her daughter Taylor Ward, model Sam Reece and TV personalities, Mark Byron and Rachel Rhodes. Guests were treated to expert demonstrations of the clinic’s popular 3D Lipo and 3D SkinMed treatments, resulting in many bookings for the clinic.
Dawn Ward took part in a Q & A at the event with host Ellie Phillips where she told guests all about her fantastic results from 3D SkinMed. Dawn is the official face of the aesthetic brand and has joined the many celebrity fans of the non-surgical treatment, such as Kardashian star Jonathan Cheban, who reportedly flew 6000 miles to have the treatment.
Dean Hunston, Co-Director of Chester Lipo Clinic said “ It was great to see so many guests at the launch and we were overwhelmed by the amount of bookings taken on the night following the demos. We are confident this clinic will have just as much success as the Liverpool, Manchester and Leeds sites.
The huge success of the Chester Lipo launch is an indication of their promising future in Chester, with the new King Street premises bound to be as successful as the Liverpool and Manchester Lipo clinics.
Visit www.chesterlipo.co.uk today to find out more.
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