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More than a decade in the medical spa industry taught Beth Donaldson a lesson so valuable, she launched a dream from it.

“There was something missing from the industry,” the CEO (chief excellence officer) of skinBe Med Spa says. “I wanted to create a space that was unique in the medical spa world – and I can honestly say that there is nothing out there like skinBe.”

Her experience showed that medical spas focused on only one aspect of the client: how to improve a person’s exterior.

“You can do whatever you want on the outside but, if you’re not taking care of yourself on the inside too, you can’t become your best, authentic self,” Donaldson stresses. “In order to really change lives, you have to address the person as a whole.” Even so, she admires the efforts of the medical spa industry to improve the lives of those who seek its services. The difference between most medical spas and the one she’s created right here in St. Louis is the combination of aesthetic injectables and IV nutritional therapy.

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“Our services […] connect the art of aesthetics with the science of wellness,” Donaldson describes. “The dripBar makes us unique. It [focuses] on the inside while aesthetic injections are the icing on the cake.

“Our nurses are extremely talented,” she adds. “Our dripBar is very relaxing, with lights dimmed, music playing and blankets [available]. It’s about making clients feel comfortable and [knowing] that your staff is skilled.”

At skinBe, a variety of memberships address each client’s goals and needs, with monthly treatments, plus exclusive discounts on services and products. Aesthetic treatments offering anti-aging remedies include: neuromodulators, like Botox; dermal filler; microneedling, using the only FDA-approved device, the SkinPen; dermaplane, a non-invasive exfoliant; and more.

“Our team must possess the same mindset as [their leadership] to become a little bit stronger, a little bit wiser and a little bit better than we were yesterday, in order to deliver the wow experience and impact our clients the way we [aim to] do at skinBe every day,” shares Dee Davis, COO, also known as chief optimistic officer.

Aesthetic treatments and IV nutritional therapy pair well, offering optimal results. At each visit to the dripBar, clients receive a customized “cocktail drip” that addresses whatever they currently most need, whether it be pain relief, increased endurance, anti-aging measures or simply an energy boost.

The customizable medical spa experience is a big hit among St. Louisans and so, less than two years after skinBe’s first opening, Donaldson is taking her dream nationwide.

“We announced our franchising initiative in the beginning of 2019, with our first one opening up before the end of the year in Massachusetts – and many more to come,” she promises.

skinBe Med Spa, 128 Chesterfield Valley Drive, Chesterfield, 636-778-7200, skinbemedspa.com

More than a decade in the medical spa industry taught Beth Donaldson a lesson so valuable, she launched a dream from it.

“There was something missing from the industry,” the CEO (chief excellence officer) of skinBe Med Spa says. “I wanted to create a space that was unique in the medical spa world – and I can honestly say that there is nothing out there like skinBe.”

Her experience showed that medical spas focused on only one aspect of the client: how to improve a person’s exterior.

“You can do whatever you want on the outside but, if you’re not taking care of yourself on the inside too, you can’t become your best, authentic self,” Donaldson stresses. “In order to really change lives, you have to address the person as a whole.” Even so, she admires the efforts of the medical spa industry to improve the lives of those who seek its services. The difference between most medical spas and the one she’s created right here in St. Louis is the combination of aesthetic injectables and IV nutritional therapy.

“Our services […] connect the art of aesthetics with the science of wellness,” Donaldson describes. “The dripBar makes us unique. It [focuses] on the inside while aesthetic injections are the icing on the cake.

“Our nurses are extremely talented,” she adds. “Our dripBar is very relaxing, with lights dimmed, music playing and blankets [available]. It’s about making clients feel comfortable and [knowing] that your staff is skilled.”

At skinBe, a variety of memberships address each client’s goals and needs, with monthly treatments, plus exclusive discounts on services and products. Aesthetic treatments offering anti-aging remedies include: neuromodulators, like Botox; dermal filler; microneedling, using the only FDA-approved device, the SkinPen; dermaplane, a non-invasive exfoliant; and more.

“Our team must possess the same mindset as [their leadership] to become a little bit stronger, a little bit wiser and a little bit better than we were yesterday, in order to deliver the wow experience and impact our clients the way we [aim to] do at skinBe every day,” shares Dee Davis, COO, also known as chief optimistic officer.

Aesthetic treatments and IV nutritional therapy pair well, offering optimal results. At each visit to the dripBar, clients receive a customized “cocktail drip” that addresses whatever they currently most need, whether it be pain relief, increased endurance, anti-aging measures or simply an energy boost.

The customizable medical spa experience is a big hit among St. Louisans and so, less than two years after skinBe’s first opening, Donaldson is taking her dream nationwide.

“We announced our franchising initiative in the beginning of 2019, with our first one opening up before the end of the year in Massachusetts – and many more to come,” she promises. 

 

skinBe Med Spa, 128 Chesterfield Valley Drive, Chesterfield, 636-778-7200, skinbemedspa.com