Hi, my name is Debbie and I am an Aesthetic Registered Nurse. I trained with the Australasian Academy of Cosmetic Dermal Science whilst working as a Registered Nurse with QLD Health. After a change of professional Nursing paths, I soon found my passion in Cosmetic Procedures.
I enjoy being creative and continuously study proportions of the face to promote volume and hydration where it is needed and structure to areas suffering from volume loss and erasing fine lines. Creating the perfect pout, with a youthful appearance by minimal discomfort.
The studies I first completed were Epidermal resurfacing, Microdermabrasion, IPL & Laser, photo rejuvenation and chemical peels, Cosmeceutical science, Skin needling and Cosmetic Surgical and Non- Surgical.
I soon followed on to study Cosmetic theoretical and Practical Injecting with Allergan and Merz. I attend their workshops often, at every opportunity to enhance my skills and learn the latest techniques and try new products. I appreciate beauty on all levels and glean satisfaction when I can provide a “beauty tip” to others. Boosting self- image and confidence.
Whilst working as a Cosmetic Nurse I have found that Aesthetic procedures can be very interesting and extremely rewarding. I am the kind of person who is detail-orientated and seeks perfection and therefore I am focused on the smallest detail. I experience joy and a sense of professional accomplishment when my “refreshed” client exhibits excitement at the subtle differences that she sees in a mirror after the aesthetic procedure.
Aesthetics symmetry is beauty; the fact is that very few people are anatomically and uniformly proportioned. I am continuously intrigued by the fact that an aesthetic “tweak” can visibly alter facial appearance, and that symmetry can be closely achieved. A simple enhancement can easily help to rejuvenate the face, such as a simple lip rejuvenation or a little more fullness of the cheeks can boost self-esteem, slowing down the signs of aging. Increasing self- worth and self-assurance.
Dermal fillers plump the skin while muscle relaxants get rid of those tiered lines which we notice mostly at the end of the day or in bright light!!! Additionally, I have found that Microdermabrasion and skin peels go hand in hand with injectables, usually two weeks apart, which enhances the skin making us look and feel more appealing and refreshed. This also helps with the longevity of the injectables as the dead top layers of skin are removed, making the skin much softer.
During my consultations, I like to create checklists to make sure important details are not overlooked. Clients want an honest injector who will tell them what they need or do not need. My current clients often tell me they come to me because they know I will be honest with what their needs are at the time.