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Harvey Nichols teamed up with U.S. plastic surgeon Barry Cohen

February 16, 2007

U.K. department store Harvey Nichols teamed up with U.S. plastic surgeon Barry Cohen to introduce a medispa that offers non-invasive medical treatments in its Knightsbridge flagship store. Beyond spa opened in December and provides treatments such as chemical peels, microdermabrasion, laser and collagen stimulation. The spa is staffed with medical personnel including dermatologists, physicians and medical aestheticians at all times and a plasma screen is in the store’s ground floor beauty space to alert customers that medispa services are available. Mr. Cohen plans to expand and offer medispas in Trump casinos in the U.S. and is completing negotiations with MGM City in Las Vegas.
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