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Murad Inclusive Health Center Opens in Beaumont, TX

November 30, -0001

The Christus Health Living Spa–a Murad Inclusive Health Center was slated to open March 4 at the Christus Hospital–St. Elizabeth, located in Beaumont, TX. The day spa facility is designed to take the spa experience to the next level with individually tailored programs and treatments designed to reduce the rate of cellular aging and apply the health philosophies of Howard Murad.

The first Murad Inclusive Health Center was founded in Los Angeles as a place to gather a team of health, beauty and fitness experts and to train them to use Dr. Murad’s Science of Cellular Water philosophy to help people take control of the aging process. Using this “inclusive,” multi-disciplinary approach to bring inner health, outer beauty and emotional well-being, the new spa offers Dr. Murad’s science-based services and treatments designed to improve appearance and overall well-being under a physician’s supervision.
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