Welcome to Thrive

THRIVE is a collaborative platform of conventional, integrative, & functional medicine practitioners coming together in one setting to provide personalized healthcare to clients.
Working Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00AM - 5:00PM EST


M - Th 8a - 5p, F 8a - 4p, Sa 10a - 1p, Su - Closed


6401 Carnegie Blvd, Suite 2A, Charlotte, NC 28211


Aesthetic Services

Thrive Carolinas / Aesthetic Services

Facial Cupping

Reveal your natural beauty using this powerful & non-invasive facial treatment Would you like to see visible results without the need for cosmetic procedures? If so, then you’re in the right place! Facial Cupping is THE alternative beauty treatment that will sculpt, plump, and reveal your natural beauty. No more tired skin, puffiness, or dark under-eye circles. Facial Cupping will bring back the glow you thought you’d lost. Here are some benefits of Facial Cupping Brightens the skin Minimizes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles Boosts collagen production Reduces puffiness Reduces pore size ...

Thriver Spotlight: Kim Pope

Kim is our in house Massage Therapist and from experience, she's amazing! Not only does she do wonders with her hands, but she's incredibly caring and thoughtful, too. Get to know Kim in this week's Thriver Spotlight! What's your name? Kimberly Pope What is your superpower at Thrive? Building relationships and trust with my clients and my hands! What's so special about Thrive? Thrive takes an approach that treats the mind and body, it adds to the overall health of our patients! Where did you grow up? Albemarle, NC Any Activities/Hobbies outside of Thrive? Live music, motorcycles, shopping. If you could recommend one thing to someone new coming to thrive it would be? Utilize all areas that Thrive has to offer. What is your definition of Functional Medicine? Getting to the root of the problem. The best part about an...

Thriver Spotlight: Valerie Ingram

Val Ingram has been an esthetician for 17 years and a licensed instructor for 8 years! Making women feel and look better through skincare has been a passion of hers for many years.  She is also a Training Specialist for Eminence Organics and has worked with the line for over 14 years.  Val is always one of the happiest members of our team with her enthusiastic personality and love for the Eminence line! What's your name? Valerie Ingram What is your superpower at Thrive? I'm able to make a client feel amazing and look fabulous. Excellent customer service and infectious enthusiasm. Why did you choose the field of Medicine? Ever since I was a little girl I always had a fascination with Skincare and Makeup. Becoming an Esthetician was just a natural...

Acne Face Map: What Are Your Breakouts Telling You?

Thanks to our friends at Eminence Organic Skin Care of Hungary for sharing these helpful skin care tips! Breakouts are a bummer. We all know the feeling (shock, despair, even awe) of spotting an angry zit on an otherwise flawless complexion. Before you raise your fists to the sky and desperately demand “Why me?!” take a breath. There is more to breakouts than meets the eye - and where they appear on your face can be the key to stopping them for good. Here is your guide to using a face map to decode what your breakouts are telling you.   Forehead: Unhealthy Eating & Stress In face mapping, your forehead is linked to your digestive and nervous systems, making it susceptible to diet- and stress-related breakouts. Are pimples popping...

Toxic Beauty

By Nancy Palermo MD Putting on makeup shouldn’t be like playing with matches. The average woman may place 15-20 beauty products on herself, exposing her body to up to 170 different ingredients daily. Recent studies suggest we may acquire more toxins through skin absorption and inhalation than through the food we eat. This raises new interest in many beauty care products known to contain potential toxic and carcinogenic chemicals. There is growing interest among consumers to eat organic foods free of processing and pesticides, yet they appear to be ignoring the impact of their personal care products on their health and well-being. The skin is the body’s largest organ so there is more surface area to absorb synthetic, toxic chemicals. Incidentally many beauty care products are designed to...