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An Exclusive Look Inside Look At Skinsation On Wilshire

An Exclusive Look Inside Look At Skinsation On Wilshire

Jenny Ghazaryan and her business partner Naira Cole have always been passionate about beauty, skincare and wellness.

As the industry continues to grow, elevating service standards and delivering an unparalleled selection of bespoke treatments has become the premise behind Skinsation on Wilshire, the new wellness hotspot that has captured the attention of numerous movers and shakers of the Los Angeles social scene.

We spoke to Ms. Ghazaryan and discovered what makes her establishment the new gold-standard in self-care.

Have you always been attracted to the wellness and beauty industry?

The wellness and beauty industry has seen explosive growth in the past couple of years. I believe that it is leaning towards more natural looks, something I have always been an advocate for. I have always dreamt of creating a one stop medical spa where all our clients’ beauty needs can be addressed.

What are some of the treatments that make Skinsation on Wilshire unique?

We offer laser treatments such as body and face contouring, skin resurfacing and tightening, injectables, IV therapy, facials, and cosmetic dentistry. Our approach to beauty is a little different, as we look at the body as a whole. We offer packages that will address multiple skin or body enhancements. During consultation clients will receive a combination package, rather than an individual treatment.

How did you pick the location for your business?

The medical spa industry is pretty saturated. Picking the right location was one of the challenges we faced throughout the process. When conducting analysis, we took in consideration multiple factors such as demographics, accessibility and parking, competition, etc. Another factor that influenced our decision is partnering up with Wilshire Dental Group for cosmetic dentistry.

Can you tell us a little about yourself and your background?

I grew up in Armenia and moved to the United States six years ago to pursue education in Public Health. My goal was to gain knowledge and experience in the field to be able to travel and share my expertise in the countries that need improvement in health education and healthcare in general. After graduating, I worked as a health and wellness consultant, as well as managed a medical clinic. I have been actively involved in health and wellness advocacy among underserved population and hope to be able to pursue my dream.

Do you have any advice for other young women who wish to become entrepreneurs and business owners like yourself?

It may sound cliché, but if I, an immigrant who moved to this country and started all over again, did it in 6 years, you also can. Find something that you really are passionate about and put all your focus on it, and I promise the rest will be history.

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