New year, new spa
Top Dallas medspa debuts in Fort Worth with celeb-worthy technology
A Dallas-based medspa known for “humming out beach bods left and right,” its owner says, has opened a location in Fort Worth. Vitalyc Medspa, which also has outlets in Dallas, Addison, and Southlake, is now seeing clients at its newest facility in University Park Village at 1612 S. University Dr.. (Look for it between Madewell and Ann Taylor.)
With services that focus on face, body, and skin, Vitalyc provides a one-stop shop for the latest in injectables, body contouring, and laser skin resurfacing. The 2,800-square-foot contemporary space offers seven private treatment rooms behind a lobby area with floor-to-ceiling windows. Treatment rooms are bright and modern with framed posters of beautiful models in black and white.
Owner Amir Mortazavi, a cowboy hat-wearing Southern California native who “got to Texas as fast he could” 21 years ago at age 18, says Vitalyc’s medical leadership and multifaceted focus is what sets his medspa apart from competitors.
“Our chief medical officer is a facial plastic surgeon. We’ve got dermatologists and ER doctors,” he says. “Plenty of our competitors are really focused on one modality. Because we cover all three spectrums – injectables, body contouring, and laser skin resurfacing – we’re able to offer a comprehensive product that others just aren’t.”
- Injections and Fillers – Botox, Dysport, Kybella, and dermal fillers
- Body Contouring – EmSculpt NEO, Coolsculpting, EMTONE, and Z Wave
- Face and Skin Rejuvenation – EMFACE, Forma facial, Halo Hybrid-fractional, HydraFacial, laser hair removal, Morpheus8, Moxi, Photofacial/BBL, SkinPen Microneedling, and Visia Skin Analysis
- Wellness – Medical weight loss, Emsella, hormone optimization, and IV therapy
Mortazavi says anyone may schedule a complimentary consultation to help navigate through the often-intimidating process of understanding medspa services. During those consultations, Vitalyc uses in-depth diagnostic tools, including, for example, a high-tech body scanner that measures body fat to allow for a more accurate before-and-after report for body contouring services.
There’s also the Visia Skin Analysis that can decipher the true age of your skin based on sun damage, dermis and epidermis comparison, analysis of hyperpigmentation, and more.
“Our job here is to educate you on the treatments that we have. You don’t have to come here and feel obligated. We’re not a used car dealership,” he says. “We try to create custom packages based on everyone’s budget, lifestyle, and goals. It’s a judgment-free consultation.”
Vitalyc is set to open two locations in Houston later this year, and 25 total locations are planned for Texas by 2026. Although he launched Dallas, Addison, and Southlake first, Mortazavi says a Fort Worth location was always a priority for his medspa brand.
“We wanted to own DFW market and can’t do that without Fort Worth,” he says. “We were very patient. If it were my choice, I would have built Dallas first, then Fort Worth, then built in between. But this space was not available. I worked on this space for about two years. I was kind of relentless with it.”
The Fort Worth location offers two exclusive “817 Circle” memberships: one for $99 a month and one for $180 a month. Each comes with a set number of skin and facial treatments and permanent discounts on all products and services. Vitalyc Fort Worth is also offering a grand opening special of 20 percent off all treatment packages through March 1, 2023.
Hours are 8 am-7 pm Monday-Thursday, 8 am-6 pm Friday, 10 am-6 pm Saturday, and Sunday by appointment only.