Seattle-based Calidora Skin Clinic, which has stores that offer skin care treatments and products, said it raised $4 million to expand into Southern California.
About half of the round was financed by Calidora's existing angel investors, with the remaining funds coming from Fluke Venture Partners.
Calidora has four Seattle-area locations, where people can receive procedures such as Botox injections, cosmetic and restylane, non-ablative skin resurfacing treatments, and laser and light therapies.
In this story, I wrote about how the company got its start. At that point, it had raised $3 million, mostly from Starbucks executives, where Calidora founder Colette Courtion had previously worked.