BOULDER, Colo. — Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy recently opened new outlets in Beaverton, Ore., and Laguna Hills, Calif., bringing its store count to 29.
The new stores are the latest examples of the company’s Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy concept, which the company says offers traditional pharmacy services along with a wide assortment of complementary merchandise that includes wellness essentials, natural beauty care items, eco-friendly household products and unique cards and gifts.
The stores also feature Natural Beauty Bars, where customers can explore products that offer spa-quality makeup and skin care; take advantage of such beauty services as brow waxes and lash applications; and get expert help from estheticians on the appropriate products for their needs.
Along with seeing pharmacists and the aestheticians, customers can get advice from such licenced professionals as naturopathic doctors, homeopaths, herbalists and nutritionalists.
“We are looking forward to introducing Pharmaca’s unique shopping experience to the Laguna Hills community,” said Pharmaca vice president of marketing and innovation Laura Coblentz of the most recent store opening ceremony, which was scheduled to take place beginning on March 14. “The communities surrounding our California stores truly welcome and rely upon our integrative approach to health and wellness, so we couldn’t think of a better place to open a new location than in Orange County.”
The grand opening ceremonies for the Beaverton, Ore., outlet included special events that were designed to emphasize Pharmaca’s unique positioning.
The first 100 people to attend Pharmaca’s Beaverton store-opening events, which began on February 7, received a wellness gift bag filled with a variety of natural health and skin care products. Shoppers who spent $5 or more received a reusable shopping bag. And those who signed up for the company’s Feel Better Rewards program were entitled to take home a Pharmaca brand body lotion for just one cent.