Plush new skin and body clinic opens after £80k makeover

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The new skin and body clinic was opened by the Mayoress Sumayya Mayat
The new skin and body clinic was opened by the Mayoress Sumayya Mayat

A plush new skin and body clinic has opened in Blackburn town centre following a £80,000 makeover,

Rosa B Aesthetics Skin and Body Clinic is based on King William Street close to the former Apollo Cinema.

The clinic which is open to both male and females, offers everything from laser hair removal, skin treatments to cellulite reduction and fat dissolving.

The opening on Saturday (June 4) was attended by the Mayor of Blackburn with Darwen, Cllr Suleman Khonat and special guests including, Cllr Qaisar Mahmood and former council leader Mohammed Khan.

The building formerly housed the Originals clothes store and has undergone extensive renovations both inside and out.

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Zak Chaudhry, who owns the clinic alongside his wife said, “We are delighted to be opening in this area of Blackburn which is undergoing major changes and redevelopments.

“We already have a clinic in London and rather than head to cities we thought we would bring our services to Blackburn. There is nothing else like it in the area.

“Work on the building began in February and the clinic is based over two floors.”

The clinic offers a range of services including 3D Fat Reduction treatment which involves the "freezing of fat cells in a specific area of the body, Ultrasound inch loss and Radio Frequency Skin Tightening for the face and body."

Other popular specialist treatments include Hair Rejuvenation PRF (Platelet-rich fibrin), acne scarring and Pigmentation treatments.

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Zak said: “We have found that there is nowhere else which offers health and wellbeing services under one roof, we have new medical graded machines on order for our clinic to offer new treatments.

“We will be offering new holistic therapies such as cupping, acupuncture and specialist body rejuvenation for all in the coming months.”

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King William Street has seen a number of new businesses launch within the past year. Most notably, the £250,000 chic Café Impresso which is located at the former Royal Bank of Scotland.

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