Ethos Spa Launches Their New NJ Center for CoolSculpting in Summit

Ethos Spa opens new NJ center for CoolSculpting in Summit hoping to spread their beauty enhancing treatment on a wider customer base. Coming with the tag line “Real Self: Top Doctor”, the company hopes to serve at its best in the new place.

New Jersey, United States - March 14, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Leading CoolSculpting and laser treatment Centre, Ethos Spa opens their new NJ center for CoolSculpting in Summit. The center has a highly specialized team of professionals who are certified and excel in this innovative non-surgical treatment. CoolSculpting is a revolutionary method which helps in freezing and eliminating stubborn fat in a painless manner. It is an FDA approved treatment that removes body’s unwanted fat in a non-invasive way. The team at Ethos Spa assures about its safety and asks all candidates to consult their experts before going through the process.

People in and around Summit willing to undergo the process can seek initial consultation where they’ll sit and discuss their goals and plans for treatment. As the company assures, about 20% of body fat will get eliminated from the first time treatment procedure. In fact, the company’s records show that people acquire the desired outcome with just one CoolSculpting process.

“People wanting more enhanced result will have to complete 3 or more than 3 treatments which take place over 6 to 8 weeks’ time,” said the operating head of Ethos Spa. With Ethos Spa treatment procedure, there is no calculated recovery time period but doctors recommend that patients can return to their daily normal life activities soon after they have undergone the procedure. Minor stiffness and bit of numbness in the treated area can be a little issue but other than that, the organization guarantees no other major complexities.

The newly opened NJ center for CoolSculpting in Summit offers a 15% discount for all first-time visitors. Like in its other centers, the process here will focus on body areas like upper and lower abdominal parts, bra line fat, underarms and inner thighs and also, flank handles. People looking for the treatment can watch the testimonial videos of previous candidates present on the official website of Ethos Spa.“I recently underwent cool sculpting on my upper and lower abdomen and couldn’t really believe my eyes when I saw by body after six weeks. The result was amazing and finally, I had what I desired. Thank you Ethos for your wonderful treatment!” said a candidate in one of the YouTube videos.

The company also specializes in cosmetic treatments like laser hair removal. Cost-effective and aesthetic treatment facilities are available for all clients in Summit’s new center. Skin specialists will help to identify the issues and prescribe treatment methods for each candidate who aspires for flawless skin.

Those looking for more information on the entire procedure at the NJ center for CoolSculpting and the cost of it can visit https://njcenterforcoolsculpting.com/. The Ethos Spa team assures to answer every query of customers.

About the company:
Ethos Spa Skin and Laser Center is a premium beauty enhancement organization known for its innovative and revolutionary non-surgical cosmetic treatments. With advanced procedures and latest technologies, the company offers a wide range of products and services for people desiring better and beautiful skin. They also have their agency in Englewood for customers to get access to their New Jersey Spa facility.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Monika Soni
Email: info@myethosspa.com
Organization: New Jersey Center For CoolSculpting
Address: 89 Summit Ave. Suite 100 Summit, NJ, 07901

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