I began my esthetics career in 2010, I always knew what I wanted to do. As a teenager I was always very interested in taking care of my skin and became very eager to learn more about it. The more I learn and work in esthetics the more I love it! In the first years as an esthetician I worked in a medical setting, where I was able to learn more about the internal factors that go into having healthy skin. I worked with medical grade skincare lines such as SkinMedica, Topix Pharmaceuticals, Obagi and Glytone. I was able to guide patients to healthy, beautiful skin through treatments, home care products, and education. After few years went by I knew it was time to take a big step. As a mom of two little girls, I needed to change gears and go onto being an independent esthetician. With my husband and family’s support my business has taken off and I couldn’t feel more blessed!
I love sharing my knowledge and helping people feel great about their skin. I am so passionate about my career that I take every opportunity to learn and stay up to date with the industry. I look forward to working with each client because everyone’s skin and concerns are so different.
Melissa is a member of Associated Skin Care Professionals. ASCP is the nation’s largest professional membership association for skin care professionalsBook Now
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