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Beauty Therapist Quincy Ayodele Opens Multi-Functional Wellness & Naturopathic Centre In Lagos ~Omonaijablog

After almost a year of skeletal services due to the rebranding plans coupled with the Covid-19 situation across the world, Nigeria’s number one herbal Slimming brand, Quincy Herbals is set to officially open its newly built international standard Wellness and Naturopathic Clinic.
According to the natural elegant woman herself, Mrs. Quincy Olasunmbo Ayodele, said after over 2decades experience, and now managed by her American trained daughter Tobi Ayodele-Keeney, the new multi-functional Wellness Centre will be fully ready for operation as the installation of facilities has already reached its climax.

Located in the heart of Ikoyi, Lagos, Quincy Wellness & Naturopathic Clinic has been equipped with a complete full Laboratory, Spa Services equipment, Administration Office, Consultancy Offices, Kitchen, and many more.

Reports also have it that the Clinic will be focusing on Weightloss, Skincare, and some Chronic Illnesses.

Mrs. Quincy Ayodele who is a World Health Organization {WHO} expert on the development of Natural Medicine in Africa, said they decided to rebrand the Quincy herbal because WHO has been clamoring for the integration of traditional medicine into the conventional healthcare system in Africa in a bid to bridge the gap and improve the health standard of our communities in the past 20years.

The new structure of Quincy brand which is well equipped and tastefully furnished with exquisite Nigerian made woodwork with International standard js used to also promote the Nigerian brand against the imported ones that do not add to our economy.

Meanwhile, the official opening is expected to witness a few dignitaries and Media personalities in accordance with the laid down protocol of Covid-19 rules.

Note that naturopathic medicine is a form of alternative medicine that employs an array of pseudoscientific practices branded as “natural”, “non-invasive”, or promoting “self-healing”. The ideology and methods of naturopathy are based on vitalism and folk medicine, rather than evidence-based medicine (EBM). 
Naturopathic practitioners generally recommend against following modern medical practices, including but not limited to medical testing, drugs, vaccinations, and surgery. Instead, the naturopathic practice relies on unscientific notions, often leading naturopaths to diagnoses and treatments that have no factual merit.

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