White Lotus Boutique offering Botox services in Greenville

Dr. Nicole Falatic, co-owner of the White Lotus Boutique at 128 S. Lafayette St. in Greenville, is pictured in her clinic after her business officially opened on Monday. — DN Photo | Kelsey Lester

GREENVILLE — After their lifelong dream of creating a business where men and women could become more confident in themselves, co-owners Dr. Jenny Kipp and Dr. Nicole Falatic have done so after two years of blood, sweat and tears.

However, the difficulties that come with any business, especially starting your own, were no match for doctoral nurse practitioners and consultants Falatic and Kipp.

Officially opening its doors on Monday, the White Lotus boutique at 128 S. Lafayette St. in Greenville offers a variety of Botox services to area customers, including health and cosmetics administration.

Co-owner, doctoral nurse practitioner and consultant at White Lotus Boutique, Nicole Falatic administers Botox to client AnneJ Sparks. — DN Photo | Kelsey Lester

Falatic and Kipp, better known as “best friends from work,” met shortly after graduating from college in 2018 and 2019, both from Grand Valley State University and Bradley University. It was from that moment that they knew they wanted to work on something more suited to their taste.

“We are good friends and great colleagues,” Falatic said. “He’s someone I can really rely on and we get along very well. We both have very different personalities, but together it works.

After jumping from clinic to clinic and staying in touch along the way, Falatic and Kipp decided to take action just two years ago to make their dream a reality. Now that they are finally opening their doors, Falatic said it feels unreal.

“It started out as a joke, like ‘haha, wouldn’t it be cool if we opened a business together’ and then those thoughts turned into ‘let’s do it, we won’t know if we don’t try'” , said Falatic. . “We had both always talked about doing things to make people feel better about themselves, and Botox was one of the first things we thought of.”

Falatic said their main goal is to make customers feel good about themselves.

“What’s better than going to work every day and making someone feel confident and beautiful,” she said.

One customer in particular, AnneJ Sparks, is delighted that the White Lotus is finally in business.

“I’m so excited. I told them as soon as they were ready that they had to let me know,” Sparks said. “I know they’re excited too but I’m just excited about it like they are. I completely trust these women.

With the next closest service like this being a 45-minute drive away in deciding where to locate their business, choosing Greenville was a “no-brainer” for Falatic.

Co-owner alongside Dr. Jenny Kipp, Dr. Nicole Falatic administers Botox injections to client AnneJ Sparks Wednesday afternoon at 128 S. Lafayette St. in Greenville. — DN Photo | Kelsey Lester

“I’ve always been interested in this area in particular and it’s really grown a lot in terms of businesses,” she said. “It made sense, really.”

Sparks said Greenville was lucky to offer Botox services.

“It’s local and these are people I trust. This place is my hometown, but it’s still upscale,” Sparks said. “The services you get are amazing. I know I’m paying for good quality stuff and good quality service.

With a strong opening, customers arrive regularly. While the White Lotus boutique only provides Botox services at the moment, Kipp and Falatic said that after working to build their customer base to a good base, within the next three months new services may be offered.

The three services likely to come to White Lotus soon are dermal fillers, laser hair removal, and IV vitamin hydration. All of these services work to rejuvenate the skin and customers have been thrilled to get their hands on them.

Although Botox is best known for its cosmetic appeal, Falatic pointed out that it can also help many health issues.

“Usually when you hear about Botox, it works with a lot of things on your face,” Falatic said.

They administer Botox to get rid of forehead wrinkles, crow’s feet, rabbit’s lines, smoker’s lines, refused smiles and other things to improve the face like lip flips and dimpled chins. However, the White Lotus shop also works to help people who suffer from excessive sweating, migraines, chronic eye twitching, teeth grinding and neck tightness.

“Some people aren’t interested in it for the aesthetic appeal, but more for the medical appeal and that’s something we can easily do because we’re certified healthcare providers,” Falatic said. “It’s something we know very well.”

For those considering getting Botox for the first time, Falatic urges them to stop by and say hello.

“The nice thing about Botox is that it’s not permanent and you can always take less of it. Less is better,” she said. let us show you what we have to offer. We also don’t need to do Botox the first time. It can just come, meet me, do a consultation and see what it’s all about.

White Lotus Shop

Location: 128 S. Lafayette Street, Greenville

Hours: By appointment

Information: Email [email protected] or call (734) 623-9778.

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