Beauty & Spas

Center City Is Getting a Fancy New Wellness Spa

Chestnut Hill's 3000BC is opening a second location downtown.

3000BC’s new lobby. Rendering courtesy 3000BC.

Wellness medical spa 3000BC isn’t new to Philadelphia — they’ve actually had a swanky space in Chestnut Hill for 25 years. But in February, the spa is bringing some of their anti-aging magic downtown, to a brand-new location in Washington Square.

The second location will continue to offer 3000BC’s programming of skincare and body services — from Hydrafacials to body contouring to injectables to laser hair removal — from five new treatment rooms.

But before heading in for a treatment, every client will receive a Visia Complexion Analysis, which scans your skin for wrinkle depth, sun damage, skin texture, and more — you know, just in case you wanted to get really familiar with how well your face is or isn’t aging. Plus, it’ll also make it easier to tell if the treatments are working.

The new location will have a Visia Complexion Analysis.

“The industry is shifting, clients want to address specific issues and know they are getting visible, accurate, and fast results,” said 3000BC president and CEO Korin Korman in a press release. “We are dedicated to beauty accountability and providing clients with unprecedented access to technology that allows them to truly track results.”

The downtown location of 3000BC will also introduce the spa’s new membership option, which will give members reduced pricing on treatments and discounts on products for $129 a month. And speaking of products: the Center City location will sell FDA-approved, medical-grade personal care products, as well as 3000BC’s own proprietary line of at-home skin care products, so you can shop for some skin care goodies before and after your appointments.

3000BC’s Center City location is slated to open February 1 at 834 Chestnut Street.

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