Rx Aesthetics Clinical Cosmetic Spa became Newburgh’s newest business on the afternoon of Thursday, Dec. 9. The business was welcomed into the community by a crowd of nearly 30 people, all eager to patronize and promote the new business.
The spa, which bills itself as “the tri state’s only aesthetic and sexual wellness center” is located on Ruffian Lane off of State Route 66 on the West side of Newburgh.
The ribbon cutting was kicked off by a speech from owner and registered nurse Michelle Alvey. Alvey has worked in the nursing field for over 15 years and received her BSN from Western Kentucky University in 2019. After this, she decided to open her own clinic that would eventually become Rx Aesthetics. In her speech, she thanked many people including her husband and children who helped her along the way to starting her own business.
During the opening, there were deals available for those who RSVP’d that included $25 off an event purchase of $100 or more. The deals on offer for customers allowed for their services to be booked thoroughly, though they still have spots available for services.
Interested customers can book an appointment by phone or on their website. Also available at the opening were one day only special event prices on several of their services.
Services offered at the new spa range from laser treatments and exfoliating treatments to cosmetic injectables and neuromodulators. Demos of several of their services were available to attendees to see what was on offer and the benefits of each service. There were also giveaways for different services and discounts as well as hors d’oeuvres and drinks available.
In a release sent out by the business before the event, they stated, “We are so excited to have the opportunity to meet and serve our community and the Tri-State Wellness needs, by offering innovative technology and superb service with over 28 years of experience in the health and aesthetic industry.”
With another new business arriving in Newburgh, those who wish to have any number of aesthetic treatments will have an option for services that were not previously offered in the area.
The spa has an excellent location directly on the edge of town bordering Evansville, which will help to bring in customers from around the tri-state and more customers is always a good thing for the economy of Newburgh and the county Chamber of Commerce.
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