Denver-based M. Pulse med-spa infiltrates Texas with two new Dallas locations
To capitalize on our quest to look our best, Denver-based med-spa M. Pulse continues its Texas invasion with two new Dallas locations — on Lovers Lane and in Snider Plaza — which makes four total for the Lone Star State; the first two centers opened in Plano in May.
With services such as photo-rejuvenation, permanent hair reduction, acne therapy, chemical peels, pigmentation and vascular therapy, and instant m.pacts (a.k.a. facial treatments), M. Pulse promises skin transformation at affordable prices. Think $89 for a chemical peel, $49 for an anti-aging peel, and hair-removal packages starting at $239.
“Founder Kristen Geller wanted to bring services to an entire group of people who can’t traditionally afford them, or who aren’t familiar with them,” says Diana Mead, M. Pulse president. “Dallas is a natural place to expand to from Denver; it’s geographically close and a perfect market for the demographic.”
Unlike many day spas that offer hair removal, M. Pulse guarantees its effectiveness. For example, if hair follicles reactivate after 10 hair-reduction treatments on the same area, M. Pulse provides a complimentary touch-up treatment.
Licensed aestheticians or physician’s assistants perform all services. “Each M. Pulse center is overseen by a plastic surgeon,” Mead adds. In Dallas, those doctors are Scott E. Kasden, M.D., F.A.C.S., and Dr. Ameen Habash, M.D.
“There is a need for an M. Pulse in every major market,” says Mead, who stresses that clients can visit any location and expect to receive the same quality experience.
“Our plan for every market is to open four to seven locations, depending on size of the market, to make it easy for consumers to access.”
The next M. Pulse is slated to open in Fort Worth next month.