Dermatology Centers Inc., a medical office in the area for 20 years, has recently opened a store within the office, which will offer a wide variety of cosmetics and skin care products.
Dr. Jill Boyce said the store will even offer a unique skin care line called D.C. Skin Care, created by Dr. Thomas Karrs.
“After hearing our patients’ concerns, we wanted to offer our own line,” Boyce said.
The store will also carry Jane Iredale cosmetics, sensitive skin products and Clarisonic, a skin care brush available for the face and body.
“It’s a beautiful space and very relaxing,” Boyce said. “It’s a great place to spend some time on yourself, especially for women who spend so much time on others.”
She said many of the products sold at Dermatology Centers Inc. come with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
The medical office has been in the area for 20 years and Boyce said there was a need to open a store for customers.
“We’ve offered many products before, but the store makes it more convenient.”
She said while patients are waiting for an appointment they can browse products, or even someone looking for mineral make-up can find it at their location.
Boyce said she and the rest of the staff, Dr. Thomas Karrs, nurse practitioners Tonya Daniels and Sherry Duvall, and PAs James Beavers and David Runyon, are friendly and always willing to help.
Make-up and skin care consultations will be offered, either walk-in or by appointment.
Dermatology Centers Inc. also offers skin cancer treatment, mole checks, acne treatment, wart removal, skin tightening, laser treatments for scars and brown spots, and much more.
The office and store are located at 134 Medical Place in Beaver, off of Airport Road. Turn onto Commerce Drive before the federal prison.
For more information, call 304-255-1080 ext. 326.
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