Monday, September 11, 2023

Beauty by Doctors Medical Spa officially opened its doors last Saturday with an evening themed 'Beauty and Bubbles'. The swanky beauty suite, located in Fairview, Montego Bay, is the latest addition to the second city's expanding beautyscape.

Helmed by principals Drs Germaine Spencer and Charmaine Thomas, the spa is set to be a game-changer in providing services for both invasive and non-invasive procedures.

"Beauty by Doctors Medical Spa came from careful planning. Our procedures are medical driven and doctor-led. We're bringing the first world medical spa to Montego Bay. We want to be considered as the first multifaceted aesthetic service which also includes our own cosmetic brand, and eventually exporting overseas, showing we can produce quality products for the international market," Spencer stated.

Guests were treated to bubbly, tasty bites, entertainment and the opportunity to indulge in select treatments including Botox and other fillers.

Page 2 shares highlights.

Triple Threat - Beauty by Doctors colleagues (from left) physiotherapist Natalia Fennell; make-up artist Toni-Ann Blake-Watson, and aesthetician Triselle Parchment (Photos: Aceion Cunningham)
Who Feels It, Knowles ItOffshore Oasis Director Nigel Knowles and his Island Elite CEO wife Julie were also on the guest list. Aceion Cunningham
Add It All UpAccountant Shanique Corbett went with a power suit for the occasion..
Prescribed StyleDrs Opal Dunn-Reid (left) and Gail Lewis-Mitchell were all smiles. Aceion Cunningham
Lip ServiceAesthetic nurse Alicia "@cosmeticnursealicia" Henry jetted in from Canada to perform procedures.Aceion Cunningham
Showing SupportNational Works Agency (NWA) Site Manager Horace Walker was out to support. Aceion Cunningham
En BlancWhite is a classic option, and NCB Private Client Account Executive Sasha-Marie Spence looked good in it. Aceion Cunningham
What's Up, Doc?Beauty by Doctors Medical Spa principlas Drs Germaine Spencer and Charmaine Thomas.Aceion Cunningham

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