Northwest Aesthetics giving back to Kirkland community with contest for free treatment

Northwest Aesthetics is an independently owned medical spa in Kirkland that has been open for less than a year.

  • Wednesday, June 13, 2012 4:27pm
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Northwest Aesthetics

Northwest Aesthetics is an independently owned medical spa in Kirkland that has been open for less than a year.

The founder is a board certified nurse practitioner who received her Master’s Degree in Nursing from the University of Washington. She is also a graduate of Aesthetic Enhancement Institute in California.

It has always been a dream of hers to open a medical spa and she was brave enough to do it all on her own. She has been practicing aesthetics for more than a decade, and her clients follow her anywhere she goes.

The new client base may be growing because the standards of quality at Northwest Aesthetics are exceptional. It may be because each client gets a complimentary consultation, receiving a customized treatment plan specifically designed to give the clients what they want – real results!

It may also be because they use the most advanced technology for laser and light services available on the market, or the customized medical grade facials, or it may be their use of the latest trends in non-surgical procedures.

Northwest Aesthetics is thankful to its clients and for the community’s support.

The Northwest Aesthetics  team is showing their appreciation and giving back to the community.

Each month they will perform a free treatment to their contest winner, someone who truly needs the treatment, but cannot afford it. For more  information about the contest, visit www.northwestaesthetics.com.

 

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