Skincare Services Now at The Wellness Village

Anna Vikul

The Wellness Village has added a Master Esthetician, Anna Vikul with Richmond Skincare, to their team of integrative practitioners. With a medical degree from Ukraine, Vikul trained in both allopathic (traditional) and integrative medicine. Part of her studies included Eastern medicine, natural medicine, mesotherapy treatments, plant medicine, nutrition and pulmonology.

      Vikul treats conditions such as acne, rosacea, scarring and hyper-pigmentation. Her services include medical facials, deep cleaning, exfoliating, enzyme therapy, teen facials, peels, anti-aging therapy, dermaplaning and facial massages.

      The Wellness Village offers therapeutic massage, acupuncture, injury prevention for young athletes, infrared heat therapy, bioidentical hormone replacement, breast thermography, hypnosis, colon hydrotherapy, psychotherapy services and now an integrative approach to skin care with Vikul.

Location: 1404 Starling Dr. For appointments and more information, call 804-269-6161 or visit


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