K. Male' | Zunana Zalif | 12-May-2018 | Saturday 14:38 | zunana | Business | 1,046
Local trading company which serves as one of the premium distributors in Maldives, SIMDI Group has opened a Medical Spa (Medi-Spa) by the name "Inspire".
The Medi-Spa is located in 'Haifa' building in Henveiru ward of capital city Male', where a grand opening ceremony was held on Thursday night.
The Medi-Spa's official website was launched by Dr. Tom Shannon at the opening ceremony.
Corporate Development and Public Relations Manager at SIMDI Group, Ahmed Irash said that the target of opening their Medi-Spa is to provide the best of western medical technology with quality services to the people of the Maldives.
The Medi-Spa's Australian medical team devised a menu of state of the art aesthetic dermatological treatments that combines the latest in anti-aging and wellness with traditional spa treatments as well as ambiance and pampering.
Services provided at the Medi-Spa include reversing the visible signs of aging, to help in weight loss or restore receding hairlines and hair loss, several types of massages, facial treatments as well as treatments for acne-prone skin.
Speaking at the ceremony, specialist at the Medi-Spa, Dr. Tom Shannon said that medical therapy will be made available through 'Inspire'.
As such, various types of check-up including quality products from all around the world will be available at 'Inspire'.
SIMDI Group further said that it plans to extend this business in the near future.
Customers are open to make appointments through their official website where details of all available services will be available. If further queries are in line, customers may reach the Medi-Spa through their hotline 3304222.
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