Thank you for pursuing my services. As an Esthetician and Aromatherapist, I am blending knowledge from the botanical ingredients in skincare products with the chemistry of plants to customize every facial treatment. Your skin is the largest organ in the body and it changes depending on health and stress level, environment, age and hormone cycles. I artfully select every product, tool and ingredient to support your skin’s health. My commitment is to provide you with information about your skin type, as well as products and treatments in support of your skincare goals.
I use ethically sourced botanical ingredients and lines which apply conscious, inclusive and safe environmental practices. Your skin and your senses will relax and be refreshed with plant waters (hydrosols), organic oils, botanical ingredients and holistic skin practices designed to support your wellbeing.
Being aware of what is happening to our planet informs my practice to use sustainable ingredients, which are never tested on animals and considerate of the endangered species of plants and trees. I am further reducing my reliance on plastics by using recyclable and reusable containers with product lines offering the consumer recyclable or re-useable options.
I believe this is a time when all of us are being asked to be aware of the impact we have on our planet and with each other. I choose to practice esthetics with respect, inclusivity and gentle hands. I believe as humans we share commonalities, one of them being skin.
Favorite city: In all honesty, I don’t have one. But, ask me about a favorite park or tree…
Favorite skincare product:
I really like to use hydrosols as toner. A hydrosol is a flower or herbal distillate created using steam distillation; the resulting water is infused with healing components of the plant.
flower or herbal distillate; waters that have been infused with healing components of the plant.
Favorite restaurant:I am really liking Café Desta
Favorite quote: “The human race is challenged more than ever before to demonstrate our mastery, not over nature but of ourselves.” Rachel Carson