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Small Business Focus: Aesthetic Artistry

This column is sponsored by BizLaunch, a division of Arlington Economic Development.

Arlington Economic Development’s BizLaunch division works to support small businesses in numerous ways.

BizLaunch supports businesses through one-on-one counseling, trainings, networking opportunities, business development and/or marketing assistance. However, one of BizLaunch’s specialties is working with small, local businesses to share their stories with the community and promote upcoming community events.

Today, BizLaunch is excited to do just that as we shine the light on Aesthetic Artistry, a new business in Arlington, just days before their Open House and Ribbon-Cutting.

Launched in Arlington on March 1, 2024, Aesthetic Artistry is a boutique-style medical office that provides services ranging from Botox and dermal fillers to collagen stimulators and vitamin injections. With a commitment to enhancing outer beauty and inner well-being, Aesthetic Artistry has quickly become a welcomed addition to the Arlington community.

The brainchild of entrepreneur Morgan Gale, Aesthetic Artistry was founded in North Bethesda in 2018 before expanding to Virginia. Now, with three thriving locations, Aesthetic Artistry is a testament to perseverance and passion through adversity.

A key to Aesthetic Artistry’s success is its unwavering focus on fostering genuine connections with its clients. Aesthetic Artistry aims to create an inclusive and welcoming environment where every visitor feels like a cherished friend. From recommending skincare products to designing comprehensive anti-aging treatment plans, the team at Aesthetic Artistry goes above and beyond to ensure an exceptional experience for everyone who walks through their doors.

Choosing Arlington as the newest location for Aesthetic Artistry was a natural fit. The vibrant energy and sense of community that permeates the County align perfectly with the ethos of the business. As the newest entrant in the field of medical aesthetics in Arlington, Aesthetic Artistry anticipates overcoming the challenges of being the “new kid on the block” through its unique approach and dedication to client satisfaction.

In five years, the business aims to solidify its presence in Arlington further, offering an even broader range of treatments to address the diverse needs of its clientele.

As Aesthetic Artistry continues to weave its story into the fabric of Arlington, one thing remains sure: its unwavering commitment to excellence and genuine care will continue to uplift and inspire the community for years.

To formally celebrate the opening of Aesthetic Artistry’s Arlington location, BizLaunch is excited to promote and invite community members to join us for the Open House and Ribbon Cutting on April 11, from 3-7 p.m. The event will take place at 2300 Wilson Blvd., Suite 115.

For more information about this event, please contact Aesthetic Artistry.

For small business support or assistance promoting your new business within Arlington, contact BizLaunch today. Our team of experts is eager to support you. More information can be found at

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