Debborah Smith
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Debborah Smith

I have been in the professional skin care industry/spa industry since August 2007.

I studied and graduated from the International School for Skin, Nails and Massage Therapy in Atlanta Ga. My training included Client Etiquette, Spa Ethics/Interpersonal Relationships, Makeup Application, Microdermabrasion, Microcurrent, Dermaplaning, Waxing, Electrolysis, Pressure Point touch therapy.

I was also trained in customizing facials with skin analysis to meet the highest standards in customer care as well as ingredient and product knowledge. I enjoy caring for clients and creating a pleasurable experience for all of those I serve. Also, I enjoy on going training and education in the Aesthetics Industry and staying on the cutting edge of skin care science.

If you have questions about a proper skin care regimen or product selection for your at home care/post treatment or in Spa I am more then happy to help!


It's such an amazing process to see clients go from dull, dry, sagging skin, to fresh, exuberant, radiant healthy skin.

My experience with clients who really take their skin's health seriously by having routine monthly facials and also utilize at home skincare regimenes are proof that skincare is highly effective in treating all skin conditions.The proper skincare at home will maximize your treatments that are recieved in the clinic and treatment room.

Having a client that helps me to help them by using the correct cleansers, creams, serums (rich in nutrients and antioxidants) at home is so profound & neccessary in creating and maintaining the healthiest skin that my clients can attain.

It's so important to cleanse your skin day and night without stripping your skin's natural oils and PH balance, it's also very important to moisturize your skin every morning and night as well as  masque at least once a week. Use masque that help combat the seasonal weather your region is experiencing.

Everyone should have at least 4 different masque. We only get one skin. It's the first thing we present to everyone we meet.Take good care of it and it will take good care of you!



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