Aboutface Skincare
Chrissy Thomas, RN, Cosmetic Nurse Injector, Anti-Aging Specialist

The trend in anti-aging in 2019 is a natural, fresh, rejuvenated look. Although the younger women are enjoying much fuller lips right now, we are seeing a decline in the Hollywood trend of overstuffed cheeks and frozen faces in stars as they reach their 50’s and 60’s.

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Chrissy Thomas, RN, Cosmetic Nurse Injector, Anti-Aging Specialist

I have seen a lot of changes in the field of anti-aging in my 22 years of working on the inside. The beginning of my career was focused on surgical facelifts and complete skin ablation with lasers. While these are still popular services among some consumers, a majority of those seeking treatments to keep them looking youthful are looking for options that provide more natural results with little to no downtime.

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Chrissy Thomas, RN, Cosmetic Nurse Injector, Anti-Aging Specialist

As you can imagine, my career in the anti-aging business has brought me many experiences. My relationships with my clients are one of the most gratifying parts of my life. Along with the skill and expertise that you must have to create a successful medical spa practice comes a responsibility to do what is best for the client. A woman who originally has the intention of brightening her skin can become more open to the idea of anti-aging treatments and start relying heavily on injectable fillers, chemical peels, and Botox. This is where it is my responsibility to “cut them off.”

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Chrissy Thomas, RN, Cosmetic Nurse Injector, Anti-Aging Specialist

About Face Skin Care has a long-standing reputation in the wedding business, but it may not be what you think. Sure, we love to pamper brides and wedding parties and make sure each bride, groom and wedding party member is glowing for the big day. Our number one passion, however, is helping the “moms” get ready for one of the most important events in their lives.

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Chrissy Thomas, RN, Cosmetic Nurse Injector, Anti-Aging Specialist

Who would have ever believed it? I was a 32-year-old nurse, very pregnant with my second child and a bit concerned when the Plastic Surgery team of Dianne Leeb, MD and B.A. Pihl (who happened to be husband and wife) sat me down to let me know they had decided to retire. My dream job with these two incredible physicians and our awesome staff was coming to an end, and I was heartbroken. 

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