Celeb Clinic, an aesthetics spa, has said that its operations within Nigeria would curb medical tourism and spur job creation with the industry. 

The CEO of Celeb Clinic, Bimbo Ige, who spoke at the launch of its new branch in Lagos at the weekend said, “Our operations is helping to put back into the economy. By sourcing equipment and materials locally whenever possible, this helps other businesses within the ecosystem to grow and create value for their owners and fostering a culture of entrepreneurship.” 

With plans for expansion both domestically and internationally, Ige outlined their commitment to excellence and sustainability and becoming a benchmark within the wellness and health ecosystem. “We aspire to not only drive profitability but also foster a culture of innovation and inclusivity in healthcare delivery,” she added.  

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The Chief Operating Officer for VCP Hotels, Munachi Ogbonna further highlighted the economic impact of the spa, saying, “By bringing world-class aesthetic treatments and wellness therapies to our doorstep, we aim to disrupt the trend of Nigerians traveling abroad for specialized medical services. This not only saves costs for individuals but also stimulates economic growth by retaining healthcare spending within the country.” 

Celeb Clinic Medical Spa in collaboration with VCP offers a comprehensive range of services including massages, Botox treatments, laser therapies, dental practices, and various aesthetic interventions aimed at empowering individuals to enhance their confidence and well-being in a luxurious and inclusive setting.