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Allure MedSpa recently opened a second location, a 2,000 square foot facility, in the Val Vista Medical Plaza, 3850 E. Baseline Road, Suite 101, Mesa.
“We resisted expansion for a while,” he said. “We wanted to be sure it was the right time, with the right people and location.”
Allure MedSpa boasts five treatment rooms, eight nurses and aestheticians and a medical director, Dr. Moshen Sharifi, on site. It provides a variety of skincare needs and injectables. Eclipse PRP,
platelet rich plasma, improves the appearance, tone and texture of skin and helps regrow hair. It helps with fine lines, scars and wrinkles. Popular in Korea, PDO Thread Lift is an in office facelift of sorts.
“We do anything with a needle,” he said.
According to aesthetician Kaileigh Sandberg, Allure MedSpa is one of the more successful companies with which Allergan Brand works. One of its products is Botox.
“Anything we want, they’re really good about giving us,” Millard added. “All I ever want is more training. It has to become second nature to nurses. We want to make everybody happy. Sometimes we can’t, but we’re OK with ourselves because we did everything we could.”
Galderma supplies Restylane and its sister products to the med spa. Eminence Organic Skin Care and Tempe based Skin Script are available as well.
“We’re not a one stop shop for Allergan or Galderma,” Millard said. “We don’t want to be indebted to one. People have different skin and a different makeup. They all have great reputations and their products are great.”
Millard stressed that he is interested in helping the community. He already has forged a relationship with the Phoenix based nonprofit A New Leaf, which works with domestic violence survivors.
“We have been accepted as one of their sponsors,
” Millard said. “We have been vetted by them. It isn’t easy to get in. They have wonderful programs to help abused women get help. We want to do something to make them feel better. We thought about doing a makeover for anyone in need once a month.”