WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., Jan. 22, 2015 – Restoration MedSpa announced its first ever CoolSculpting demonstrations scheduled for next Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016. In addition to refreshments and complimentary consultations throughout the day, the public is invited to the following:
- 10 a.m. Demonstrations and complimentary consultations
- 12:15 p.m. CoolSculpting live presentation
- 12:30 p.m. Demonstrations and complimentary consultations
- 5:45 p.m. CoolSculpting live presentation
“This is a unique opportunity to learn more about this FDA approved procedure for melting away unwanted fat on the tummy, neck, belly and thighs,” explains Marisa Faircloth, PA-C, a seasoned healthcare provider and owner of Restoration MedSpa, which opened in fall 2015.
“There’s been so much interest in this fairly new alternative to liposuction, which is non-‐invasive and requires no downtime.”
Faircloth also announced earlier this week the launch of her company’s new website, www.restorationmedspa.com.
“Our goal with this new site is to help visitors understand non-surgical treatment options for treating fine lines, wrinkles sun damage, skin laxity, loss of facial volume, stubborn fat and other unwanted consequences of aging or traumatized skin,” says Haircloth.
The new website is interactive and provides direct access to a complimentary consultation with Faircloth through her medical concierge. “We’ve also integrated social media buttons for Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to foster communication with our clients,” says Faircloth.
Founded in September 2015, Restoration MedSpa is a full service medical spa dedicated to results-‐oriented, corrective treatments, skin care products and medical procedures for treating fine lines, wrinkles, sun spots, skin laxity, loss of facial volume and other unwanted consequences of aging or traumatized skin. Founded by Certified Physician Assistant Marisa Faircloth, Restoration MedSpa also provides the latest treatments in luxury facials, unwanted hair removal, and permanent fat and cellulite reduction. A graduate of Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Faircloth has dedicated more than 33 years of her healthcare career toward aesthetics, plastic surgery and weight loss.