Revèe Spa in Southbury, Conn to Open April 30
April 18, 2012
-- Revèe, a new spa that offers non-invasive cosmetic treatments, will host a grand opening on Monday, April 30th at 10:00 a.m. with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Located at 33 Bullet Hill Road in Suite 204 in Southbury, Connecticut, the grand opening will feature refreshments and tours of the new spa for women and men. Revèe will offer the latest in technology-assisted cosmetic procedures, including LipoLight a body contouring and fat cell reduction technique; HydraFacial, a gentler and natural alternative to Microdermabrasion;
and TC3000 - Vein Erase for small veins on the face and legs.
Owners of the new Revèe, Joan Tekula of Litchfield and Michelle Morgan of Woodbury, along with Revèe Director Jennifer Tyrrell, stated that they are “thrilled to be part of a Southbury Center of Excellence for Health and Well Being, strategically locating at Bullet Hill Park." Revèe neighbors are Body Physics which offers athletic and personal training services in their state-of-the-
art gym; Healthy Attraction, LLC, The Power of Food which offers individualized nutritional guidance and instruction in preparation of whole and raw foods, recipes and menus; The Wholesome Pet, a natural pet food, pet supplies, supplements and homeopathic remedies retail store.
Revèe’s Tekula, Morgan and Tyrrell spent nearly one year researching and testing the best available cosmetic devices to provide exceptional results while still keeping prices reasonable. The LipoLight device uses LED technology to reduce fat cells, Morgan stated, "The objective is to change a person’s fat cells from plump grapes to their natural raisin-looking state. Taking inches off the body in a safe and effective manner."
"The TC3000 Vein Erase,” explained Tekula, “is an amazing alternative to the invasive sclerotherapy, when it comes to treating telangiectasias on the face and legs. The results are immediate on these small veins, and most veins can be eliminated in one session. There is no recovery whatsoever. An individual simply walks out after the treatment is complete."
An experienced cosmetology instructor, Jennifer Tyrrell remarked that she was astounded at how well the non-chemical HydraFacial works compared to the frequently-recommended microdermabrasion. "This treatment is applicable for all skin types. It is safe for sensitive skin, Retin A users, and even for people with Rosacea. It diminishes fine lines and wrinkles, and regular treatments provide a non-pharmaceutical cure for acne. A real plus is that it doesn't leave your face bright red."
Specials are being offered as part of Revèe’s grand opening for Mother's Day, Father's Day, Ladies Nights and Bridal parties. Complimentary consultations are being offered in their 33 Bullet Hill Road location in Southbury, with decor inspired by the relaxing look and feel of South Beach, Florida.
As a preview to Revèe’s April 30th grand opening Chico’s located at 775 Main Street in Southbury has invited the owners to speak to the women’s clothing store’s patrons on Friday, April 27. From 1:00 to 4:00 pm, Chico’s patrons will learn about Revèe spa’s many body and face-changing services.
The general public is welcome to attend the Revée grand opening event on Monday, April 30 at 10:30 a.m., with a ribbon cutting at 10:00 a.m. To learn more about Revée treatments, view informative videos, and see dramatic “before and after” photos visit www.reveespa.com and on FaceBook at facebook.com/
reveespa. To schedule a complimentary consultation, call 203-405-6220