New Delhi, 18th November 2016: A bride-to-be loses sleep over a lot of issues. The minor ones are trousseau, make-up and photography. The major ones are instant weight-loss, achieving flawless skin in a flash, and in some cases removal of those awkward tattoos! Ouch.
Well, since the hands of a bride are full with so much to fuss over, the newly launched 360 degree wellness centre – A+ MediArt could drive away all her woes. There’s lot that she can choose from. For instance, if she is scared to go under the knife, there are umpteen non-invasive fixes to help her get gorgeous. The popular ones are HydraFacial (the 20-minute power facial that restores youthful skin), Coolsculpting (localized fat reduction), Dermabrasion or laser (safest way to remove unwanted tattoos) and the Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy for the crowning glory.
A+ MediArt is led by Dr. Anup Dhir, a veteran of cosmetic and aesthetic surgeries in India, with over three decades of experience. He says, “The brides and the grooms today are not shying away from undergoing surgical treatments to prep up for their big day. With our world-class technology, backed by the science of Ayurveda, they are assured of being in safe hands. We have innumerable satisfied clients to our credit who have undergone various surgeries like body contouring, buttock reshaping, tummy tuck, breast lifts, male breast reduction, vaginoplasty, hymen reconstruction, etc., for their pre-wedding makeovers.”
For the first time in India, A+ MediArt, the licensed centre brings together the best of international and Indian practices, medical practitioners and latest technologies to provide holistic wellness solutions for every age group. A+ MediArt caters to the entire spectrum of health, fitness, wellness and beauty needs – all under one roof.
Blurb: A+ MediArt continues the legacy of Amatrra – the best luxury ayurvedic day spa at The Ashok.
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