Aesthetics Spa Offering Skincare 'Microtreatments' Is Now Open on Westheimer

Aesthetics Spa Offering Skincare 'Microtreatments' Is Now Open on Westheimer

HOUSTON’S NEWEST LUXURY aesthetics bar is now open on Westheimer at Uptown Plaza (4719 Westheimer Road). This marks the first Texas location for the noninvasive spa.

Alchemy 43 was founded by Nicci Levy, a skincare and cosmetics expert. “We are confident that our services will provide a luxurious, comfortable space for Houstonians looking for subtle yet stunning results,” Levy says in a statement.

Offering unique skincare “microtreatments” and customized cosmetic injectables, each procedure is tailored to the client. Alchemy 43’s team leads a personalized conversation on the desired outcome to achieve each individual's goals. The brand brings a nuanced perspective to the everyday beauty ritual, from a tedious medical procedure to a luxurious self-care regimen.

With a menu of services broken down into “Glow-Tos,” “Microtreatments” and “Wellness Shots,” Alchemy 43 offers peels, microneedling, laser skin resurfacing, Botox and dermal fillers, biotin and energy shots, and more. These treatments are designed to improve the skin’s texture, tone and unevenness; brighten the complexion; reduce fine lines and boost collagen production.

One signature treatment is Radically Radiant Plus, a game-changer that uses the body’s natural growth factors to accelerate collagen production, smooth fine lines and enhance skin tone and radiance.

Alchemy 43 also offers a membership program to their A43 Society members: For a monthly fee, which goes towards future treatments, clients score 15 percent off products and services, plus other perks. (For those scared to commit, the membership is month-to-month after the first three months.)

New clients receive 50 percent off their first syringe of filler and 20 free units of Botox with the purchase of 20 units.

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