BHRC Holds an “Eternal Beauty” Red Carpet Event!
One of the guilty pleasures about owning a Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center is that it is a glamourous business – and sometimes you even get to be a part of the most trendy and fashionable industry in the world. Yes, you get to go Hollywood.
Which is what we did on September 26 when BHRC celebrated both a book launch, “The Trifecta of Health” by health expert Dan Holtz and Dr. Angie Sadeghi, an eminent gastroenterologist, and the company’s upcoming 15th anniversary. The event, which was quickly dubbed “Eternal Beauty,” was in Beverly Hills, and, yes, celebrities attended.
Here are some of the highlights from the night.
The book: As noted, the book is called “The Trifecta of Health.” It’s a book that offers actionable, under-the-radar but shrewd, advice on how to handle our most pressing health challenges.
The authors cover topics such as diet, hormone rebalancing and exercise, and the book teaches readers how to not only reach old age but to do it in style, so that you always look and feel better.
The BHRC’s anniversary: That’s right; we were also celebrating the birth of BHRC. Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center may be somewhat new to franchising and an emerging national brand, but the first BHRC opened in 2005 in Los Angeles. Soon after, Hollywood performers quickly made Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center their go-to place for skin and wrinkle treatments, laser hair removal, non-surgical facelifts, body contouring and more. That, of course, led to its founders deciding that they should take BHRC beyond Beverly Hills and to the rest of the country, and maybe someday, the world.
Currently, BHRC operates multiple locations in metropolitan markets including Los Angeles, Dallas, Scottsdale, Newport Beach and Las Vegas.
The celebrities who attended: It was a Who’s Who of TV and social media stars, including Dean Cain, Ali Landry, Gretchen Rossi, Slade Smiley, Teresa Giudice, DeAnna Stagliano, Jessica Hall, Katie Cleary, Mercedes Javid, Mia St. John and many more. Also on hand — DJ Splyce and celebrity chef, Ryan Rondeno.
How the evening unfolded. The guests enjoyed VIP gift bags and live demos throughout the evening, including BHRC’s hot signature “butt lift,” which was modeled by Kourtney Reppert, who had the procedure streamed live on Instagram.
Reppert told The Sun that the butt lift didn’t hurt and was “just like a little poke, nothing more extreme than a bee sting.”
There was also a surprise performance by Pop R & B artist Jessie Berg. (OK, we knew the 21-year-old singer-songwriter was coming, but nobody else did.)
As noted, the media was on hand, too, adding to the excitement. For instance, Entertainment Tonight sent a correspondent.
There was a charity aspect, too. Not only was a good time had by all, all helped a good cause.
The proceeds from “The Trifecta of Health” book sales and silent auction items from the event went to the American Heart Association, a non-profit that both BHRC co-founders Devin Haman and Dan Holtz admire and feel passionately about. After all, the AHA’s mission is similar to BHRC’s: they both want to educate the public and encourage people to adopt healthy habits that will lead to a longer, more fulfilling life.
And we would be remiss if we didn’t thank our amazing event sponsors: Rejuvology ® Exfoliating Gel display, Vita9 display, Chef Ryan Rondeno for gourmet lite bites, Allergan, Galderma, Merz, ABK Beer, Bandero tequila and Bogarts vodka and whiskey.