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Triple Awards Treat for the Face Place Med Spa

Triple Awards Treat for the Face Place Med Spa

Auckland Medical Spa, The Face Place, has recently scooped two top industry awards - the AST Medical Clinic of the Year 2013 and Dermastamp Top NZ Medical Clinic. In addition, it is has earned a prestigious Diamond status from Allergan, recognising its position as a top level botox clinic - a first for New Zealand and a great start to life in its new Britomart premises.

“We constantly strive to bring our clients the best possible service and we are always finding ways to improve the quality of the treatments we offer,” says The Face Place founder Dr Catherine Stone. “The results we see in our clients are very rewarding. To be recognised by our peers and the leaders in our industry is the icing on the cake.”

The awards acknowledge how The Face Place Med Spa is seen as industry innovators and game changers in the market offering the best quality, natural treatments. Dermastamp also recognises The Face Place as its number one New Zealand clinic for the e-Dermastamp treatments.

The Face Place Med Spa is a specialist in non-surgical solutions to help you look and feel more attractive, with beautiful, natural results.

www.thefaceplace.co.nz

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