The Westin Riverfront's Spa Anjali Now Offering Cosmetic Procedures by Mangat Plastic Surgery

USA, Avon, Colorado. September 17, 2020

Spa Anjali, located inside Colorado's Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa, has partnered with the Vail Valley's Mangat Plastic Surgery Institute and Skin Care to help guests enhance their natural beauty through non-surgical, cosmetic procedures.

Mangat's Chloe Banning, MMS, PA-C is now offering cosmetic filler and injection treatments at Spa Anjali at The Westin Riverfront, including Botox, Dysport, Kysse, Juvederm, Voluma, Restylane, Belotero, Kybella and Radiesse. Most cosmetic injection treatments are designed to help with the temporary improvement of the effects of facial aging, including wrinkles, lines and skin laxity. These procedures are non-invasive, have minimal downtime and are cost effective.

These procedures are available at Spa Anjali on Tuesdays and are performed by Banning.

"We truly understand how the elements can impact our skin in unique and challenging ways and are confident that the Spa Anjali guests will embrace the fantastic results that our custom treatments can provide," said Dr. Devinder Mangat, a Specialty Facial Plastic Surgeon and founder of Mangat Plastic Surgery Institute and Skin Care. "Chloe has a passion for aesthetic medicine and is committed to helping people achieve natural, beautiful results."

Originally from Steamboat Springs, Banning obtained her Master of Medical Science degree from Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston and is board-certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and is licensed to practice medicine in the state of Colorado by the Colorado Medical Board.

Mangat Plastic Surgery Institute and Skin Care strives to provide personalized care and natural results for physical and emotional transformation. For appointments with Mangat Plastic Surgery at Spa Anjali, please call 970-766-3223 or visit www.mangatplasticsurgery.com.

The award-winning Spa Anjali features 27,000 square feet of dedicated wellness space, including a 14-room spa offering an extensive treatment menu focused on three healing mountain traditions - the Rockies, Alps and Himalayas. Signature treatments include the Chakra Blessings, a collection of ancient rituals designed to help to clear negativity, balance energy and create an optimal state of well-being. For more information on Spa Anjali, please visit www.spaanjali.com.


The Westin Riverfront’s Spa Anjali is now offering cosmetic procedures by Mangat Plastic Surgery Institute and Skin Care .
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