It’s a huge milestone! Big BrotherSeason 2 winner Dr. Will Kirby, recently celebrated the opening of his 100th LaserAway clinic — with an exclusive party on the Sunset Strip.
The bash — which took place at the world-famous Sky Bar during the last week of September — honored the 15-year-old business’ incredible achievement.
LaserAway’s headquarters is located in Beverly Hills, California. LaserAway plans to expand its presence by opening clinics across the United States by 2023.
With a commitment to science and a track record of excellence, LaserAway is the perfect option for discerning patients seeking safe — and effective — minimally inverse aesthetic treatments including laser, hair removal, skin revitalization, body contouring, injectables and professional-grade skin care products.
The Chief Medical Officer celebrated his historic moment last week while wearing a seven-pound championship belt. “Make no mistake, the nation knows that we are the undisputed heavyweight champion of aesthetics,” the reality star declared While party-goers raised glasses to honor him,
While the celebrity dermatologist may have been busy with his business he still found time to host the jury panel for the event. Big Brother Season 24finale aired on Sunday September 25.
Dr. Kirby only spoke to Us Weekly after filming the episode with this year’s jury members – including Indy Santos, Jasmine Davis, Joseph Abdin, Kyle Capener, Terrance Higgins, Michael Bruner, Alyssa Snider and Brittany Hoopes.
“My sense is that they all got along fairly well in the jury house but as soon as I started asking some provocative questions, well, that ignited a spark a lot of raw emotion was expressed,” Kirby explained to UseIt was at that time. “There were a few times during the roundtable where we had to ask a few of the houseguests to sit down, take some deep breaths, and calmly reset. Needless to say, tensions are running high with the jury!”
He famously brought home the BB2Kirby was also a contestant in season 7, 2002, where he came fourth. While it’s been almost two decades since the businessman has been an actual houseguest on the show, he has considered returning.
“If I’m being honest, on very, very rare occasions I’ll allow myself to entertain the thought of maybe, possibly, one day returning to the most exciting competition in the world and showing these young bucks how to really play,” he admitted. “But I love being an aesthetic dermatologist; it’s the best profession on earth, and my professional legacy will be as the Chief Medical Officer of the nation’s leading aesthetic dermatology group, LaserAway!”