Del Mar Aesthetic opens in Heights shopping center

Del Mar Aesthetic celebrated its grand opening on Oct. 1 at its location in the Del Mar Heights Village shopping center.

Guests were treated to win, hors d’oeuvres, raffle prizes, demonstrations giveaways and specials on a number of treatments being offered at the clinic and through product representatives that work with Del Mar Aesthetic.

The clinic offered complimentary reflexology and foot massages.

Guests also got discount rates for booking treatments the night of the grand opening.

Mary Ann Fuchs, M.D., FACEP, owns Del Mar Aesthetic, which is located at 13983 Mango Dr. in Suite 102.

For more information, visit or call (858) 259-4SPA (4772).

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