The Skin Institute

Salon
2046 Creekside Landing Dr., Apex, NC 27502 2046 Creekside Landing Dr., Apex Directions
Today 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM Closed All Hours
+19193034777
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For a luxury and upscale spa experience, check out The Skin Institute in Apex, NC. For a clear and healthy complexion, treat yourself to an affordable facial from this salon.

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  • Hours
    Sun-Mon
    Closed
    Tue-Fri
    9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
    Sat
    9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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Report | 15 hours ago
The massage by Celeste was really good - but the hours are not great and very difficult to get appointments in a timely manner.
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Report | 5 days ago
I had a massage from April and it was great. We talked about what I was looking for and April performed magic. Thank you April.
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Report | 11 days ago
The massage was not impressive. Not sure if it was just the one massuse. I left feeling I need a massgae
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Report | a month ago
This was awesome! Will definitely go again.
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Report | a month ago
Great facial!
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Report | 3 months ago
Very professional. Was impressed that a P.A. Visited the room to see if I had any questions or concerns.
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Report | 4 months ago
I love the skin institute! I've been a client there since 2014 and have been very happy with their excellent services. Their products and service are awesome! When I was deployed to Afghanistan earlier this year they ship my things for me there. The staff went above and beyond to make sure I had what I needed for my skin. I highly recommend anyone to the skin institute
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Report | 4 months ago
I had a wonderful experience at The Skin Institute. The woman who did my facial was very professional. My skin felt amazing after. I will definitely go there again.
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Report | 2 years ago
I think these tips are edited. I had a sub-par experience. Staff clinical and not welcoming, the place is a cross between a health clinic and aging spa (well candles cheap and water lily pictures faded). Will not return.
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Report | 2 years ago
Perhaps using services with a Groupon means you are viewed with contempt. But even before that...the Skin Institute seemed confusing. It is this cross between health clinic and spa. I saw posters about allergies and medical acne seated next to the paintings of water lilies. The store is half clinic and half, well, store. I must admit I was hoping for a spa moment, but the service desk was clinical, neither receptionist said hello (just, "check in over there") and it seems there are more product stands everywhere than seats. Filled out this ridiculous multi page document (having to write my medical history twice--on two different forms!!) I felt like I was about to undergo surgery rather than get a quick facial and massage. The final two pages were RIDICULOUS! 8 pt font of legal mambo jumbo that makes me believe this place has been in trouble before. Okay, the 30-minute massage with Michelle was just fine. I WOULD see her again if not for the Skin Institute. She was professional and considerate. Now get back dressed and wait back in that cold clinical lobby for 15 minutes. Not one person says a word to me, but I did overhear a man reminding his new receptionist recruit that she has to be vigilant and know when and where people are, and that the schedule has to be reviewed as 4-days weren't going to work, better five days...I feel like I am lurking. Then Monica came out to fetch me for my facial. From her first sentences you could tell she wanted her day to be done. I don't think she told me her name (I remember because a worn piece of paper on her clinic wall said her name and Happy Halloween. She asked, "You don't want extractions do you?" Uh. Well. I guess not. The 60-minute facial was 40 minutes (clock hanging right there in full view) and I didn't mind!! Outrageous. Because I'm on a groupon service? No one, not one person, asked if I wanted a return visit (and I was planning to schedule a weekly with Michelle), but my litmus was...only schedule if they ask. When I finished I went to the desk, left gratuities. Waited a minute. Looked at the girl and said, "Is that it?" "Yeah" she said. That's where the Groupon thing comes in, I think. They assume I want a service on the cheap. I think of groupongroupon as a place to test a service. Sooo glad I tested on a Groupon. I won't return. Why do they sign up with Groupon when it seems they have such contempt for it?? Or maybe it wasn't the Groupon at all. But it does tarnish groupon. I think Groupon is best for products, not services.
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From Our Editors

The staff at The Skin Institute provides clients with skincare procedures ranging from acne and rosacea treatments and full body skin exams, to botox, laser hair removal, facials, and massages. Nurse practitioners, physician assistants, registered nurses, medical assistants, and aestheticians round out the seasoned team. The staff work to enhance patients' natural attributes and reverse signs of aging, sun damage, acne, acne scarring, and rosacea. The staff also recognizes that what's under the skin is just as important as the skin itself, spurring them to soothe muscles with a variety of massage modalities.

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9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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