Dallas High-Tech Medspa Creates New Location for Aesthetes in Addison
Dallas-based medspa takes lasers north: Vitalyc Medspa will open its second location at 5290 Belt Line Rd. in Prestonwood Place on Thursday, January 13.
Known as a luxury medical spa with state-of-the-art equipment and non-invasive treatments that don’t interfere with daily life, Vitalyc offers cutting-edge, non-invasive treatments for the face, body and skin. Founded by Amir Mortazavi and local impresario Imran Sheikh in 2019, the first Vitalyc location opened in Park Cities in July 2020.
“We are delighted to bring more of our best treatments to the DFW area, giving locals access to celebrities’ best-kept anti-aging secrets,” Mortazavi said in a press release. “We have hired the best professionals in the industry and invested in the most advanced diagnostics to monitor the progress and results of our clients. We look forward to celebrating our Addison debut with everyone and helping new and old customers challenge aging. “
Vitalyc offers treatments for stubborn fat, fine lines and wrinkles, loss of volume, sagging skin, poor muscle definition, sun damage, cellulite, and more. Most treatments, including a “lunchtime laser,” can take place in under an hour and require no downtime, they say.
What is called a VISIA skin scan uses cutting-edge skin imaging technology that compares a client’s face, skin, and age to a database of over 5 million other people. Analyzes include aging simulation, post-treatment simulations, and statistical analysis to determine which treatments will benefit clients the most.
“You would never have knee surgery without an MRI first, would you?” So why would you do the same for your face? “Mortazavi said when opening Dallas’ first spa. We wanted there to be science behind every treatment, which is why we invested in the most advanced technology to monitor your progress and results.
The new 2,500 square foot location features eight treatment rooms, including an innovative and spacious couples treatment room.
Facial plastic surgeon Demetri Arnaoutakis and aesthetic nurse practitioner Taylor Siemens lead Vitalyc’s staff of highly trained professionals. The spa caters to women and men, and memberships are available.
Mortazavi created the Vitalyc after his own journey to improve his appearance and health. He got the idea for a spa after weight gain while on vacation prompted him to try CoolSculpting at his wife’s doctor’s office, he says.
Two more locations are slated to open this year, in Southlake (March) and Fort Worth (September), the company said. In total, Vitalyc plans to open at least 15 medspas across Texas “with a collective mission to democratize aesthetics and redefine the medical spa experience for all,” the statement said.
“We’re proud of the Texans, which is why our immediate goal is to expand throughout the Lone Star State over the next two years,” Mortazavi said. “Plus the ‘cowboy boots and Botox’ roll on the tongue.”
Vitalyc app creates an “Uber-like experience” that enables mobile communication, reservations and patient education, they say. It also allows clients to track treatment progress and check in using a contactless mobile experience.
The Addison site hours will be 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday by appointment only.
Doors will open at 7:00 p.m. on January 13 for the opening festivities which include 40% off packages and most treatments; and 20% off Botox, skin fillers and other injectables. They will also have a “claw machine” filled with free treatments, so guests can try to take advantage of the free services during the celebration.