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Queen Creek got its first traffic light about a year ago, and now the growing town has something often reserved for bigger city lights — botox.
Opening the middle of next week is Queen Creek’s first med-spa offering a variety of facial and skin-care treatments, including injectable cosmetic solutions, laser treatments, hair removal and microdermabrasion.
“Queen Creek is an up-and-coming city, and for that reason we’d like to provide for the growing needs in skin care,” said Dr. Nathan Brooks, the same doctor who brought San Tan Urgent Care to Queen Creek’s town center.
San Tan Urgent Care and Aspire Med-Spa share a front door in the center at Ocotillo and Rittenhouse roads.
“This is not just an in-and-out spa,” Brooks said. “All treatments are supervised by a board-certified medical physician and performed by a licensed aesthetician.”
The med-spa will also offer skin-care items for sale by Dermologica and Physicians Choice of Arizona.
“This is a new idea for the area,” said Michelle Enman, Aspire’s aesthetician, trained at the Kar-ché Professional Career Center in Mesa.
Enman will provide free consultations for new patients, and set up treatment plans and perform many of the procedures.
The med-spa also offers spider and varicose vein removal, acne care and photo facial rejuvenation.
“We want to promote health care and skin care,” Brooks said. “Skin is the largest organ we have, and it’s a huge issue out here in Arizona. This is complete care — from acne to age renewal.”
Aspire Skin Care and Cosmetics Med-Spa
Where: 21321 E. Ocotillo Road, Suite 118, Queen Creek
Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, by appointment Saturdays and after-hours
Information: (480) 677-2823
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