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City MedSpa, Where Science Meets Beauty, to Open in Carrollton

Amy Hicks, her husband, and two children.

Pursuing her dream of working in aesthetic medicine, Amy Hicks is opening City MedSpa at 309 Bankhead Highway in Carrollton. The new medical spa will offer specialized medical grade services that include Botox, injectables, skin revitalization, vein treatments, laser hair removal, chemical peels, skincare, micro-needling, and weight loss programs. 

In addition, City MedSpa is the first medical spa in Georgia to offer the Evolve body contouring system and is distinguished as an Inmode Center of Excellence. 

The grand opening and ribbon cutting for City MedSpa will be held January 21 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Attendees of the event can enter a giveaway for a chance to win one of two prizes: Restylane SIlk injection ($595 value) or a Morpheus 8 resurfacing treatment ($700 value).

Amy tells us, “Our services are well researched and have scientific evidence and FDA approval.  I have trained with the top 100 injectors in the United States and trained with an injector in the United Kingdom, with whom I continue education and collaboration.”

Amy Hicks (left) and Crystal Lovvorn (right)

Crystal Lovvorn, a Physician Assistant with more than a decade of emergency medicine experience will be part of the City MedSpa team. She will be responsible for managing laser hair removal, targeted cosmetic treatments, consultations, Botox, and other services. 

Amy shares, “Our team can help restore your youthful look. I have personally had skin issues before and I know the difference it made in my life. I focus on individual anatomy and their unique features to give them the best possible result. I treat people all inclusively and I am proud to care for everyone without discrimination. I strive to build trust with my patients to eliminate their fear of judgement.”

She continues, “I believe that when people look good, they feel good. Previously when I worked as a nurse in the trauma center at Grady Memorial Hospital, I never had the opportunity to see people healed. My job was to make sure they were stabilized before being released from the trauma department. Now I experience the joy in a patient’s eyes when they feel better about themselves.” 

One of the unique things about City MedSpa is the butterfly wings painted on the front of the building. The wings are just one way that Amy supports the artistic community within Carrollton. “My family and I love Carrollton, and we love living here. We invite everyone to stop by to take a picture in front of our butterfly wings. I know how scary it can be to feel vulnerable but I want people to feel empowered and spread their wings,” said Amy. 

Amy’s husband Brett works for Carroll County Schools’ district office. They have one son and one daughter. Brett says, “My wife is a caring, compassionate, and a positive person. She is also hard-working and scientifically driven. I am proud to support her dreams.” 

Amy graduated from Bremen High School and continued her education at The University of West Georgia where she earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in nursing. Later, while working at Grady Memorial Hospital she attended South University earning a master’s degree in nursing. 

City MedSpa is located at 309 Bankhead Highway, Carrollton, Georgia. It is operated Monday through Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. by appointment only. To learn more and schedule a consultation call (404) 301-2324 or visit www.citymedspa.com 

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Entrepreneur and community leader, Jonathan is the founder of The City Menus. Through his business he embraces his passion for community and small businesses. In his spare time he travels the country finding breathtaking landscapes, unique city murals, and tons of great food. Each of his travels bring him inspiration for another adventure.