SARATOGA SPRINGS — Andrew Stephen Kelly has announced the official grand opening of his luxury boutique medical spa, Skin By ASK, located at 29 Church Street in Saratoga Springs.
Kelly has worked for some of the top skin care practices in New York City and started his first location in Latham. He recently moved his practice to downtown Saratoga Springs, bringing his specialized techniques to the Capital Region.
“Saratoga Springs is a magical place with such great energy and lots of other talented entrepreneurs and small businesses. I’m so grateful to be a part of this community and to be able to bring something different to the area,” said Kelly in a press release.
A licensed aesthetician for over eight years, Kelly is certified in a wide variety of treatments, including laser treatment, microneedling, chemical peels, and radiofrequency technology. He said Skin By ASK specializes in “non-invasive, rejuvenating types of treatments.”
Skin By ASK is the exclusive and first-ever provider in the Capital Region area to have Biologique Recherche Paris, Raja Medical Ionix and Lutronic TotalSkin treatments. Skin By ASK offers a menu of high-end medical spa services including injectables, laser, microneedling, skin tightening, facials, hydrafacial, chemical peels, and skin care lines.
Kelly said the company will also return to Latham this summer, with plans of opening a second location at 959 Louden Rd. The company’s current spot at 29 Church Street is a “great location,” in downtown Saratoga, Kelly said.
“There’s a lot of natural light, so the space just has a great energy along with the community in general, which I love the feel of,” Kelly said. “Just happy to be part of the Saratoga business community, and hopefully adding value for the people that live in the community.”
Kelly has worked with celebrities like Naomi Campbell, Alexander Wang, Nate Berkus, several Victoria Secret models and more to prep their skin for events, photoshoots, and movies.
Skin By ASK is the only practice in Saratoga Springs to offer the Lutronic TotalSkin treatment. ASK also offers Raja Medical Ionix treatments used by celebrities around the globe prior to red carpets and events.
Skin By ASK had a soft opening in the fall, and recently held its official grand-opening on May 19. The company is a family business, co-owned by Kelly and his mother, Barbara Kelly.
“Me and my mom run the business. So we really care about each person that comes in,” Kelly said. “We have a smaller, family-owned atmosphere, and try to give that personal touch to each person.”
Skin By ASK was created by Kelly to not only help clients look their best but feel their best from the inside out.
“This was my goal in opening up my own practice and is the most rewarding part of my job, seeing people flourish when they are confident in themselves,” said Kelly in the press release. “It’s a beautiful thing to help someone who is struggling with their skin.”