The Memorial Spa’s March BOGO Special

Spring is in the air, and with that, The Memorial Spa invites you to look your best with our March BOGO (Buy One/Get One) Special! From the months of March to May, rejuvenate and shed off excess fat with our special Buy 1/Get 1 50% discount on all CoolSculpting treatments. CoolSculpting is a non-surgical, FDA-approved… | Read More

Spring is in the air, and with that, The Memorial Spa invites you to look your best with our March BOGO (Buy One/Get One) Special! From the months of March to May, rejuvenate and shed off excess fat with our special Buy 1/Get 1 50% discount on all CoolSculpting treatments.

BOGO special 2018

CoolSculpting is a non-surgical, FDA-approved treatment that freezes and destroys excess fat cells beneath the skin. This treatment can be used to remove fat from stubborn areas of the body such as the midsection, thighs, and arms. However, in order to attain your desired results, you may be required to undergo multiple treatment sessions.

Each treatment of CoolSculpting is fast and can be conveniently applied during your lunch break at The Memorial Spa in Memorial Plastic Surgery’s Houston office.

“Since the launch of The Memorial Spa, we have been able to actualize the desires of our clients through the use of pain-free and non-invasive procedures such as CoolSculpting,” shares The Memorial Spa team. “This March, allow us to help you shed off excess fat with our CoolSculpting special!”

The BOGO Special

The Memorial’s Spa BOGO Special runs from March 1st – May 31st, 2018, and is only available at our Houston office. Your treatment must be redeemed during the promotional period and cannot be combined with any other promotions or discounts.

For additional information, please contact us at Memorial Plastic Surgery – Houston, +1-713-633-4411.

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