As a certified Physician Assistant, I understand the importance and power of anatomy when it comes to injections and skincare. With over 13 years of experience as a Certified Physician Assistant, I have a wide range of training and knowledge. I fully believe in a subtle and natural result, so while everyone notices you look amazing, nobody will know why. I am well trained in blood borne pathogens through extensive surgical training and experience.
My Masters Degree in Physician Assistant Studies also carries an emphasis in bioethics.
Having an excellent injector-client relationship requires trust and excellent communication. I pride myself on being honest and upfront with my clients, as well as being able to fully answer any questions or concerns before and after treatment. My clients will tell you, the relationships I build are not just ‘skin’ deep. This is about you, how you are doing, and how you are feeling about yourself. I want to nourish your self love through that relationship.
Masters Degree in Physician Assistant Studies also carries an emphasis in bioethics.
I've been A PA for 13+ years
I'm trained in blood borne pathogens through extensive surgical training and experience.
Botox Last three to six months: however, longevity varies from person to person. Some patients may experience longer results 4-6 months while some may experience shorter results 2-3 months.
Botox Injections are commonly injected into three main areas on the face: Forehead lines (horizontal lines across the forehead) Recommended 10-30/units. Frown lines between the eyebrows (AKA your 11’s) Recommended 10-25/units. Crow's feet (lines at the outer corner of the eye) Recommended 5-12/units.
Nothing can permanently stop the body’s depletion of collagen, but soft-tissue fillers may slow the drain. Over time, some dermal fillers stimulate the body to produce collagen at the injection site, which means that patients may require less of the product over the years to achieve the same look.