Dominion Women’s Health & Wellness Med Spa Has Moved

Dominion Women’s Health & Wellness Med Spa has relocated to The Shoppes at Westgate, 11739 West Broad Street. The innovative med spa’s total care approach includes individualized treatment plans to help each client achieve their health and beauty goals. The spa has five facial/massage rooms, one laser/Pelleve treatment room, one SculpSure body contouring treatment room, one bioidentical HRT room and a relaxation Zen room. 

        Dominion Women’s Health & Wellness Med Spa continues to offer an array of natural skin rejuvenation and wrinkle reduction treatments, hair reduction and removal, massage therapy and energy work, hormone balancing and bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, nutrition and weight-loss services, body sculpting, medical-grade skin care products and natural make-up.

        Badeha Hamze, spa director and master esthetician, says, “We offer a fresh approach to health and beauty by treating the whole person, inside and out. Our desire is for our clients to look younger and feel younger.”

For appointments, call 804-447-2303. For more information, visit


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