The Skin Society to Open Distinctive Health Concept at Trilith

The membership-based skin health club focuses on education and real-life results
The Skin Society to Open Distinctive Health Concept at Trilith Aug. 22
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The Skin Society will open its doors Aug. 22 at Trilith, expanding the community’s wellness-oriented retailers in its Town Centre. The membership-based skin health club focuses on education and real-life results to deliver skin health and appearance.

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The Skin Society was founded in 2017 in Fayette County, Georgia, by licensed aesthetician Katie Belle Glendye, a Trilith resident, after seeing a need for a simplistic approach to achieving and maintaining healthy skin. The skin health club offers personalized care through patient memberships and includes a team of certified aestheticians, a nurse practitioner and a doctor to provide hydra facials, micro-needling, cosmetic injectables and other skincare services.

“Our focus on individualized skin health and beauty aligns with Trilith’s realization of a personalized lifestyle, and we are ecstatic to open a new location to serve Trilith residents, surrounding areas and our existing clientele with the myriad of new possibilities,” Glendye said in a statement. “I am proud to be a resident and business owner within this one-of-a-kind community.”

In addition to its health care services, The Skin Society will offer a range of premier products and educate clients on effective strategies to maintain healthy and radiant skin. “The Skin Society’s approach to skincare and individual health furthers Trilith’s emphasis on offering exceptional retailers,” said Rob Parker, president of Trilith. “We are pleased to welcome this distinctive company and its loyal following of clients.”

Located adjacent to Trilith Studios, the second largest movie studio in North America, The Skin Society will join Town Centre’s growing list of retail and restaurant concepts, which includes: Amici Italian Café, Archer Paper Goods, Barleygarden Kitchen and Craft Bar, Edwin Jarvis, Green p.s., Honeysuckle Gelato, Hop City, Leyland Blue, Native Collective, Nourish + Bloom, Pet Wants, Roam + Coffee Bar, The Funky Shack, The Piedmont Wellness Center, SENSU Sushi, 180 Pure Home and Woodstone Bakery. Other announced retailers include Enzo Steakhouse and Bar, Poshin Paint Studios, Mushi Ni, Hero Doughnuts & Buns, Fairway Social, Premiere Hair Studio, Sugarcoat, and a nine-screen luxury movie theatre.

Lisa Hay

Lisa is a staff reporter for What Now Media Group. She covers new restaurant, retail, and real estate openings across all of our markets. A true foodie, this Air Force veteran has lived all over the world — from Aviano, Italy to Nairobi, Kenya — but her favorite spot is NOLA for its rich history, architecture, culture, and of course, its good eats.

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