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Medical Spa

RefreshedRx, LLC is a Nurse Practitioner owned and operated medical spa in Sunset Beach, North Carolina. It offers a wide variety of cosmetic injectable services to keep you looking refreshed, rejuvenated, and revitalized.

Botox Injection


$12 per unit of Botox or per 3 units of Dysport

Minimize fine lines and smooth wrinkles with Botox or Dysport. These neurotoxins can also be utilized for brow lifts, gummy smile management, lip flips, softening of the under eye jelly roll, and masseter slimming. Treatment of hyperhidrosis or migraines also available per request, however insurance is not accepted.

Injection cosmetology


$700 per 1mL Restylane Contour for maximum volume and plumpness, lasts up to 12 months
$675 per 1mL of Restylane Kysse for increased structure and definition, lasts up to 12 months
$600 per 1.2mL of Versa Lips for a plumper lips without much change to current lip shape, lasts 6-9 months
$400 per 0.6mL of Versa Lips for a minimum amount of lip plump, lasts 6-9 months

Offering painless lip fillers with both topical and local anesthetic at no extra charge. Restylane Kysse is the most common product of choice for this area per Provider preference. Other Restylane or Juvaderm fillers are available to be ordered per request.

Beauty in Natural Makeup


$700 per 1mL syringe of Restylane Lyft for maximum amount of cheek volume and structure, lasts 12-15 months
$700 per 1mL syringe of Restylane Contour for medium volume replacement and a more contoured look, lasts up to 12 months
$600 per 1.2mL syringe of Versa for a little cheek pop, lasts 6-9 months

Plump your cheeks to soften hollow undereyes, add volume to the mid face, and create a more youthful appearance. This generally requires 1-2 syringes for best results.

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$700 per 1mL syringe of Restylane Lyft for a sharp defined jawline, lasts 12-15 months

$675 per 1mL syringe of Restylane Defyne for more chin volume and structure, lasts up to 12 months

$600 per 1.2mL syringe of Versa, for those only needing a little more definition or chin volume, lasts 6-9 months

Sharpen your jawline for a more snatched appearance and to help alleviate jowling. Usually, this requires 2 syringes for optimal results. Chin may need 1-2 syringes depending on the amount of recession.



$700 per 1mL syringe of Restylane Lyft, lasts 12-15 months
$600 per 1.2mL syringe of Versa, lasts 6-9 months

Filler injected into the temporal hollows softens the overall facial appearance and restores volume to the temples and brows. This may take 1-2 syringes to meet the client's needs.

Diamond Pendant


$600 per treatment

Hyperdilute botox to diminish necklace lines giving the neck a tighter appearance with a half a syringe 0.6mL of Versa to help soften neck lines. Lasts 3-6 months. (Not recommended for those with increased neck laxity as it can make it worse).



$600 per syringe/treatment

Melt away fat with Kybella. This may be used in the double chin area, bra fat, back fat, flanks, and other small pockets of troublesome fat. Minimum of 2 syringes/treatments required for purchase. Treatments are spaced one month apart with a maximum of 6 syringes total.




Krista Welch is an AANP board-certified Nurse Practitioner who specializes in Family Medicine. She graduated with the Magna Cum Laude designation for her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and with Honor's designation for her Master of Science in Nursing degree both from South University in Savannah, Georgia. She became certified in neuromodulators and dermal fillers back in 2019. Since then she continued to study new and advanced technique courses to perfect her injection skills. After fourteen years in the nursing industry, she decided to pursue her passion of combining medicine with beauty by opening RefreshedRx.






Thursday 9am-6pm
Friday 9am-5pm
Open on Wednesdays 9am-5pm beginning January 4th.

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This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed  and how you can get access to this information. Please review it carefully! 

With your consent, the practice is permitted by federal privacy laws to make uses and disclosures of your health information for purposes of treatment, payment, and health care operations. Protected health  information is the information we create and obtain in providing our services to you. Such information may include documenting your symptoms, examination and test results, diagnoses, treatment, and applying for future care or treatment. It also includes billing documents for those services. 

Example of uses of your health information for treatment purposes: 

A nurse obtains treatment information about you and records it in a health record. During the course of your treatment, the doctor determines a need to consult with another specialist in the area. The doctor will share the information with such specialist and obtain input. 

Example of use of your health information for payment purposes: 

We submit a request for payment to your health insurance company. The health insurance company requests information from us regarding medical care given. We will provide information to them about you and the care given. 

Example of Use of Your Information for Health Care Operations: 

We obtain services from our insurers or other business associates such as quality assessment, quality improvement, outcome evaluation, protocol and clinical guidelines development, training programs, credentialing, medical review, legal services, and insurance. We will share information about you with such insurers or other business associates as necessary to obtain these services. 

Your Health Information Rights 

The health record we maintain and billing records are the physical property of the practice. The information in it, however, belongs to you. You have a right to: 

• Request a restriction on certain uses and disclosures of your health information by delivering the request in writing to our office. We are not required to grant the request but we will comply with any request granted; • Obtain a paper copy of this Notice of Privacy Practices for Protected Health Information (“Notice”) by making a request at our office;  

• Request that you be allowed to inspect and copy your health record and billing record—you may exercise this right by delivering the request in writing to our office;  

• Appeal a denial of access to your protected health information except in certain circumstances;  • Request that your health care record be amended to correct incomplete or incorrect information by deliv ering a written request to our office;  

• File a statement of disagreement if your amendment is denied, and require that the request for amendment and any denial be attached in all future disclosures of your protected health information;  • Obtain an accounting of disclosures of your health information as required to be maintained by law by delivering a written request to our office. An accounting will not include internal uses of information for treatment, payment, or operations, disclosures made to you or made at your request, or disclosures made to family members or friends in the course of providing care;  

• Request that communication of your health information be made by alternative means or at an  alternative location by delivering the request in writing to our office; and, 

• Revoke authorizations that you made previously to use or disclose information except to the extent information or action has already been taken by delivering a written revocation to our office. 

If you want to exercise any of the above rights, please contact 

 , in person or in writing, during normal hours. will provide you with assistance on the steps to take to exercise your rights. 

You have the right to review this Notice before signing the consent authorizing use and disclosure of your protected health information for treatment, payment, and health care operations purposes. 

Our Responsibilities 

The practice is required to: 

• Maintain the privacy of your health information as required by law; 

• Provide you with a notice of our duties and privacy practices as to the information we collect and  maintain about you; 

• Abide by the terms of this Notice; 

• Notify you if we cannot accommodate a requested restriction or request; and 

• Accommodate your reasonable requests regarding methods to communicate health information with you. 

We reserve the right to amend, change, or eliminate provisions in our privacy practices and access  practices and to enact new provisions regarding the protected health information we maintain. If our information practices change, we will amend our Notice. You are entitled to receive a revised copy of the Notice by calling and requesting a copy of our “Notice” or by visiting our office and picking up a copy.  

To Request Information or File a Complaint 

If you have questions, would like additional information, or want to report a problem regarding the  handling of your information, you may contact  

Additionally, if you believe your privacy rights have been violated, you may file a written complaint at our office by delivering the written complaint to You may also file a  complaint by mailing it or e-mailing it to the Secretary of Health and Human Services whose street address and e-mail address is  

• We cannot, and will not, require you to waive the right to file a complaint with the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) as a condition of receiving treatment from the practice.  • We cannot, and will not, retaliate against you for filing a complaint with the Secretary.  

Other Disclosures and Uses 


Unless you object, we may use or disclose your protected health information to notify, or assist in  notifying, a family member, personal representative, or other person responsible for your care, about your location, and about your general condition, or your death.

Communication with Family 

Using our best judgment, we may disclose to a family member, other relative, close personal friend, or any other person you identify, health information relevant to that person’s involvement in your care or in payment for such care if you do not object or in an emergency. 

Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 

We may disclose to the FDA your protected health information relating to adverse events with respect to products and product defects, or post-marketing surveillance information to enable product recalls, repairs, or replacements. 

Workers Compensation 

If you are seeking compensation through Workers Compensation, we may disclose your protected health information to the extent necessary to comply with laws relating to Workers Compensation. 

Public Health 

As required by law, we may disclose your protected health information to public health or legal  authorities charged with preventing or controlling disease, injury, or disability. 

Abuse & Neglect 

We may disclose your protected health information to public authorities as allowed by law to report abuse or neglect. 

Correctional Institutions 

If you are an inmate of a correctional institution, we may disclose to the institution, or its agents, your protected health information necessary for your health and the health and safety of other individuals.  

Law Enforcement 

We may disclose your protected health information for law enforcement purposes as required by law, such as when required by a court order, or in cases involving felony prosecutions, or to the extent an  individual is in the custody of law enforcement. 

Health Oversight 

Federal law allows us to release your protected health information to appropriate health oversight  agencies or for health oversight activities. 

Judicial/Administrative Proceedings 

We may disclose your protected health information in the course of any judicial or administrative  proceeding as allowed or required by law, with your consent, or as directed by a proper court order. 

Other Uses 

Other uses and disclosures besides those identified in this Notice will be made only as otherwise  authorized by law or with your written authorization and you may revoke the authorization as  previously provided. 


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