EF Medispa to open first franchise clinic in Bristol

UK-based EF Medispa has announced the opening of its first franchise clinic and its first outside London later this month. The clinic, located in Bristol, will soft launch at the end of May, with an official launch event scheduled for July 14.

The Bristol branch of EF Medispa will be the fifth for the medical spa group, adding to the businesses four existing locations in London, in Chelsea, Kensington, St John’s Wood and Canary Wharf. 

The Bristol clinic, which will be run by Elena Hunt, stretches across four floors, comprising 301sq m.

Features at EF Medispa in Bristol will include seven treatment rooms, a juice bar and a roof terrace, and the clinic will offer the trademark EF Medispa treatments and services, plus some not offered at the London locations.

These will include Drip and Chill vitamin infusions, electro lymphatic drainage. detox and wellness programmes, body sculpting, fat reduction, mesotherapy, tattoo removal, hair removal, semi permanent makeup, dermal fillers, scar removal and a series of peels and facials.

EF Medispa founder Esther Fieldgrass said of the opening of the Bristol franchise: “We are delighted to be launching the first franchised EF Medispa flagship clinic in Bristol and with Elena at the helm, I am sure it will be a great success.

“This clinic, will offer the same selection of award-winning therapies that we provide to our clients in London but is also more of a lifestyle concept, with various wellbeing services available, perfect for Bristol’s vibrant and individual culture."

Elena Hunt commented: “To be part of the prestigious EF Medispa brand is amazing. It means we have access to the best technology and knowledge in the medispa industry as well as an unrivalled treatment menu.

"We will be offering state-of-the-art treatments and procedures, not seen before in the Bristol market."

The Bristol location is set to be the first of a string of franchises for the business, as EF Medispa looks to expand its franchise business further in the future.