Chloe Stott killed in car accident: Who was Clover Skin Bar Utah owner?

Chloe Stott killed in car accident: Who was Clover Skin Bar Utah owner?

Chloe Stott, the founder of Clover Skin Bar in Lindon Utah died in an accident while she was on her way to Arizona for the holidays.

On December 21, social media users began sharing condolence messages on Chloe Stott’s Instagram Page.

Shortly after, Reddit users claimed that the Medical Spa owner had died in a car accident while she was driving to Arizona with her husband for the holidays.

The user claimed Chloe allegedly died in the head-on collision.

While there is no official confirmation regarding the online reports, Clover Skin Bar, in an IG story post yesterday, announced the medical spa will be closed for the week following an unexpected tragedy.

“Due to an unexpected tragedy, Clover Skin Bar will be closed for the remainder of the week. Please send thoughts and prayers.”

Shortly after, their social media accounts were flooded with outpouring of love and support. Several people, including influencer Emilie Kiser, paid tribute to her on Instagram.

Who was Clover Skin Bar Utah owner?

Chloe Cook Stott is the founder and owner of Clover Skin Bar, a boutique medical spa in Northern Utah. Stott, who describes herself as an Acne and aging specialist, reportedly started a small business when she was 20 years old, after graduating from aesthetics school in August 2020.

According to Voyage Utah, as the business grew and flourished, Chloe Cook Stott, alongside her husband Parker Stott, built the large medical spa Clover Skin Bar and hired a team of Master Estheticians that specializes in acne and aging prevention in 2022.

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