Erika Walljasper, licensed esthetician and trained in oncology esthetics
After graduating from Academy of Aesthetic Arts in 2006, I worked for three years at a resort spa learning the art of relaxation, whole body wellness and self-care. I then moved on to a busy dermatologist office where I worked for over five years. This experience provided extended training and practice in almost every area of esthetics ranging from facials and peels, laser treatments, makeup and skin-care and knowledge of injectables. This environment also exposed me to a wide range of medical skin issues that has been invaluable in my ability to better serve my clients. I love helping others achieve their healthiest, most radiant skin possible. Education is important in maintaining good results, so I make sure to inform my clients on what is best for their skin's health and appearance. I use a variety of treatments and products to protect skin from environmental hazards, combat fine lines, wrinkles, acne and a dull, uneven skin tone. I am always continuing my education as well so that I have the most up to date knowledge on skin health, skin-care products and devices, such as microcurrent, that will provide my clients the results they want and deserve.