Photo by Maria Deforrest
Mint & Needle of Middletown, a medical-grade boutique offering aesthetic services, will soon have two locations in the First State.
Owner Brandi Gregge, FNP-BC, is expanding her boutique’s medical-grade aesthetic services—including popular injectables, lasers and facials utilizing her own brand of paraben- and sulfate-free skin care products—to Lewes later this month.
“I love historic towns, and Lewes is a place that is charming and fits our values of a boutique experience,” Gregge says. “Beyond my love of this area, what made the decision to expand even more clear was just how many of our clients spend their summers at the beach. Although skin care doesn’t stop in the summer, we are pleased to be so close to our clients who feel they want some extra nourishment in the hotter months.” First-timer? Start with a consultation, where an experienced provider will assess your skin care needs and help you devise a plan to meet your goals. (The consult fee is applied to a future treatment.)
The boutique is located at 116 W. 3rd St., where for now, only the most requested services—Botox, fillers, chemical peels and more—will be offered. In the future, the full host of Mint & Needle’s services (among them IV therapy, hair rejuvenation and body sculpting) will be available at both locations.
“We are all about community and supporting the residents and small businesses around us, and I can’t wait to be part of this vibrant neighborhood,” says Gregge, who hopes to take Mint & Needle statewide.
For more information, visit mintandneedle.com.