Cúrate MedAesthetics To Host Open House Introducing Specialized MedSpa Services

Monday, April 15, 2019

Cúrate MedAesthetics (Cúrate), a boutique MedSpa concept located in Ooltewah’s Cambridge Square community, will host an open house event on April 25 from 5-7 p.m.

"The event will introduce attendees to Cúrate’s wide array of state-of-the-art MedSpa services as well as its professional staff and newly renovated space which overlooks the public square," officials said. Attendance is free and open to the public. Cúrate is located at 9447 Bradmore Lane, Suite 201. 

Founded by local Nurse Practitioner Cindy Wilson, Cúrate provides medical aesthetic treatments and simple skincare solutions designed to help clients look and feel their best.

Ms. Wilson, who has more than 14 years of nursing experience, has trained extensively throughout the United States and has also served in consulting roles in California and the Bahamas. As part of the Cúrate venture, Ms. Wilson partnered with Dr. Terry Melvin to serve as the MedSpa’s medical director. 

“Our goal is to help our clients find solutions that are tailored to their specific needs,” said Ms. Wilson. “To do that effectively, you need to understand both the science and the aesthetic. We want the experience at Cúrate to be luxurious and elegant, but we also want to interact with our clients in a way that is meaningful and focused on helping them achieve the look and feel that is best for them.”

Cúrate offers a number of MedAesthetic services including Botox cosmetic/Dysport; filler and contour Juvederrm and Kybella treatments; and resurfacing and complexion rejuvenation through Skinmedica topical products. Ms. Wilson will also be scheduling one-on-one counseling sessions with all clients to build customized treatment plans.



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