1. Skin Laundry
Skin Laundry, a Los Angeles-based facial company, is expected to open several Texas locations in the next year, including one in Lake Highlands. The clinic will open at 8041 Walnut Hill Lane, Ste. 120A, in The Hill Shopping Center in the summer, but an exact opening date has not yet been set.
Skin Laundry offers a variety of facial services designed to treat skin concerns, such as acne, acne scars, melasma, hyperpigmentation, rosacea, fine lines and wrinkles, texture, and dullness. The company was founded on the belief that “the technology and science reshaping skin care today should be available and accessible to all,” according to a news release.
In addition to the Lake Highlands location, Skin Laundry is scheduled to open in Lakewood in the Lakewood Shopping Center, according to the news release. However, the company did not provide an exact address. www.skinlaundry.com
2. Modern Animal
Modern Animal, a Los Angeles-based veterinary company, is scheduled to open in Lakewood in mid-2023.
The new clinic, one of its first outside of California, will be located at 6465 E. Mockingbird Lane, Ste. 310, Dallas. The company offers a variety of primary and preventive care options, including surgery and dental care, wellness exams, microchipping, and spay and neuter services. Virtual care options are also available.
The company has six locations in California with five in Los Angeles and one in the San Francisco area, according to its website. Plans include opening two locations in Austin and one in Addison in addition to the upcoming Lakewood location. www.modernanimal.com
Boutique yoga brand YogaSix will open in Dallas' Lower Greenville area in mid-September.
The company is seeking to bring a “fresh, modern” perspective on yoga to the Lakewood/Lower Greenville community, General Manager Mark Johnson said. The studio will open at 2650 N. Fitzhugh Ave., Ste. 120, Dallas.
YogaSix offers a variety of yoga classes focusing on areas that include deep stretching, stress relief and high-intensity training. The company uses “modern language” instead of Sanskrit, a classical Hindu language commonly used in yoga practices, because the traditional language can be intimidating to those new to yoga, Johnson said. www.yogasix.com/location/dallas-fitzhugh
Beauty supply chain Sephora is expected to open in Lakewood later this year. Construction is set to begin on the location in July and end in October, according to a Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation filing. The store, located at 6465 E. Mockingbird Lane in the Hillside Village Shopping Center, will be the company’s fifth Dallas location.
Sephora sells a variety of beauty products, such as cosmetics, skin care, body care, fragrance, nail color, beauty tools, body lotions and hair care. www.sephora.com