Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center Continues North Texas Expansion, Set to Open Two Locations in Fort Worth This Year
February 22, 2019 // Franchising.com // LOS ANGELES - Already renowned for freshening the faces of LA’s top celebrities and health-conscious residents at its flagship clinic, Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center (BHRC) is making a big splash in North Texas.
As the name suggests, Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center is based in Los Angeles, but for five years there have been locations in the Dallas area. This year, the company is expanding to two centers in Fort Worth: the first will open in March at 4601 West Freeway in the Chapel Hill Shopping Center, and the second will open in north Fort Worth by Heritage Trace in November.
For co-owner and spa director Heather Tindell, looking and great and feeling great go hand-in-hand. After more than a decade in a career in film, television, modeling, and sports broadcasting, as well as training in the medical field, Tindell now combines her passions for wellness and the secrets she learned in working with Hollywood’s elite to bring Fort Worth a spa like no other in the area.
“While it is impossible to stop, pausing or even reversing many of the signs and effects of aging is indeed possible. We pride ourselves on offering services that improve the health and appearance of our clients,” said Tindell, who co-owns all of the BHRC locations in North Texas. “These services were at one time something that was only available to Hollywood celebrities. We look forward to bringing our winning formula to Fort Worth.”
Known for its advanced techniques and pioneering treatments, BHRC offers affordable, transformational and non-invasive services such as laser treatments, facial treatments, hormone replacement, weight loss and injectables. Other innovative treatments include coolsculpting, body contouring, hair restoration and vaginal rejuvenation.
According to Tindell, there are two primary motivations for clients to seek BHRC’s services: 1) Early interruption of the aging process and, 2) The desire to slow a process that has already begun.
Today, BHRC has quickly become the go-to medical spa for celebrities such as international model and star of Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Miami,” Joanna Krupa; television and film actor, Dean Caine; former Miss USA; and legendary actress, Morgan Fairchild; among others.
Caine has described BHRC as his “fountain of youth,” while Krupa vows BHRC is “The only place I go to look and feel great.”
“People love us for many reasons, but ultimately it comes down to the results we deliver,” added Tindell. “Every service we offer is customized to the client. Nothing is cookie-cutter. My goal is that my clients experience the same level of care and treatments that actors, celebrities, and the wealthy choose at an affordable price right here in North Texas.”
The local expansion comes at a time when BHRC continues to rapidly expand its national footprint. Today, there are 12 locations open and operating in five states, with several more in various stages of development across the country.
About Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center
Founded in 2005 and franchising since 2017, Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center (BHRC) has quickly become one of the nation’s leaders in age management and wellness, as well as a go-to medical spa for celebrities such as international model and star of Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Miami,” Joanna Krupa; television and film actor, Dean Caine; and television actress, Morgan Fairchild; among others. Known for its advanced techniques and pioneering treatments, BHRC offers affordable, transformational and non-invasive services such as laser treatments, facial treatments, hormone replacement, medical peels and injectables. BHRC also offers innovative treatments such as cool sculpting, body contouring, hair restoration and vaginal rejuvenation. Today, there are 12 locations servicing clients in five states, with several more in various stages of development. For more information, visit www.bhrcenter.com.
SOURCE Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center
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