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New Year, Fresh Face at Five New Dallas Skincare Boutiques

Give your skin a much-needed winter boost at these five new Dallas places.
By By Lydia Brooks, Jamie Laubhan-Oliver, and Jessica Otte |
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Skin Laundry tackles acne Courtesy Alex Clark Photo

Alchemy 43

Alchemy 43 founder Nicci Levy’s beauty philosophy is that the best work goes unnoticed. At the med spa’s newest location in Lakewood, locals can experience her complete range of “microtreaments”—including Levy’s personal pre-event favorite, Radically Radiant microneedling—with a customized treatment plan designed to enhance your natural beauty. “No two beautiful faces are the same,” she says. “We will work with you months in advance to schedule in your regimen so you can look and feel your absolute best.” 6465 E. Mockingbird Ln., Ste. 420; 1900 Preston Rd., Ste. 203, Plano.


This New York–based cosmetic-​dermatology brand offers a plethora of treatments—from injectables and peels to body sculpting—to address a range of concerns. New clients begin with a consultation, during which the trained staff aims to customize cosmetic dermatology to meet your unique needs, whether you’re prepping for a special occasion or looking for long-term results. “We sit down with [people] and ask, ‘What would you like to see?’ or ‘What do you love and want to highlight?’  ” says Dionne Fawcett, center manager for the Preston Royal location. “Then we talk to them about their timeline and work backwards.” 10720 Preston Rd., Ste. 1000; 2323 N. Henderson Ave.


The menu is limited to Heyday’s signature 50-minute facial, but once you meet with your esthetician, your session is customized to your needs, whether your concerns are dry spots, blackheads, fine lines, or a combination. The experts here will determine the best products and techniques for your particular skincare goals. If you’re in need of a little extra pampering, they also offer facial enhancements, such as LED light therapy, microdermabrasion, professional peels, and gua sha massages. Multiple locations. 3010 N. Henderson Ave.; 10720 Preston Rd., Ste. 1001; 5901 Winthrop St., Ste. K120, Plano.


The new West Village location offers the best of SkinSpirit’s facial treatments. Their signature skincare duo, which couples dermaplaning with a DiamondGlow facial, packs a double punch of exfoliation and hydration to ensure dewy, plumped skin. “Everyone wants that smooth, effortless makeup look,” says SkinSpirit esthetician Jessica Strubhart-Yaklin. “To achieve that, those treatments paired together will give you the glowy base needed.” SkinSpirit also offers a BroadBand light treatment that utilizes a specialized laser to counteract skin imperfections and pigmentation issues, completing the perfect skincare prep trifecta. 3636 McKinney Ave., Ste. 170; 5959 Royal Ln., Ste. 530; 2401 Preston Rd., Ste. F, Plano.

Skin Laundry

Rather than offer a broad spectrum of beauty services, this Los Angeles import focuses on facials. “Skin Laundry was founded on the belief that everyone deserves healthy, radiant skin,” says Mina Chun, BSN, RN, director of clinical development for the company. “We deliver on this belief by doing one thing really well.” Not only are all services performed by licensed medical professionals, but they’re fast—most are 30 minutes or less—and the results are, too. Their popular Signature Laser Facial effectively targets acne, rosacea, and hyperpigmentation with zero downtime. Though you can purchase a one-off treatment, you’ll score reduced prices if you’re willing to make a monthly commitment. Multiple locations. 8041 Walnut Hill Ln., Ste. E-805; 6406 Gaston Ave.; 5700 Legacy Dr., Ste. A-2, Plano. 

This story originally appeared in the January issue of D Magazine with the headline “New Year, Fresh Face.” Write to [email protected].

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