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Medical aesthetics business completes move to Fairview Heights

Pure 111 Medical Aesthetics recently marked the completion of its move from O’Fallon to Fairview Heights.

The business held a ribbon cutting on April 28 with the help of the O’Fallon-Shiloh Chamber of Commerce. After spending the last six years or so in O’Fallon at the Blade Building on Green Mount Road, owners Amy and Demetri Katsikas made the decision to purchase their own building and move Pure 111 Medical Aesthetics to 391 Frank Scott Parkway East in Fairview Heights.

The move allows the company to expand from 1,100 square feet to approximately 3,300 square feet, plenty of room for the staff of eight. The existing building has been through a new buildout and boasts a modern feel with black and white as the center theme for the space.

The building also has a 2,500-plus-square-foot suite available for lease. The broker is Terry Heimann.

Pure 111 Medical Aesthetic is a center for medical aesthetics and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures. The facility takes a unique boutique spin on the concept of a traditional cosmetic center focusing on upscale accommodations, personalized attention, and promising results in an intimate, luxurious setting.

Pure 111 encourages clients of all ages and skin types to come in for a private consultation regarding a personalized treatment plan and an aesthetic experience. Treatments available include Botox, fillers, Hydrafacial, laser services, body contouring and cellulite treatments.

Pictured, cutting the ribbon with scissors, is founder Amy Katsikas.

Ribbon Cutting | Pure 111

 

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