Tamarac's Newly Expanded Services For Beauty, Wellness To Be ‘State Of The Art’
FREMONT – A medically trained licensed aesthetician and two nurses with expertise in beauty and wellness have joined The Skincare Center & Spa as it expands its menu to include medical state-of-the-art services, according to Tamarac, a member of Spectrum Health.
The expanded menu includes digital skin screening, also known as mole mapping; injections, Botox cosmetic and dermal fillers; spray tanning and laser treatments.
“The Skincare Center and Spa is adding greater levels of skill and expertise that we believe will give our customers the outstanding service they deserve,” said Spa Manager Amanda Irwin. “Our new team...
...includes experts with deep aesthetic experience, medical training and nursing backgrounds. The Spa looks forward to helping our customers feel and be their best.”
Medical Aesthetician and Laser Specialist Alexandrea Beets will focus on medical skincare and related specialty services. Beets is a Fremont High School graduate and a 2014 honors graduate of the Douglas J Aveda Institute in East Lansing with advanced training in anatomy and chemistry.
“I’ve always been passionate about medical and cosmetic skincare,” Beets said. “My goal is to make our clients feel beautiful and confident in their own skin.”
Harmony Willett, RN, ST, brings an additional dimension of medical expertise and safety to the services offered at the Spa as its injection specialist. Willett serves as a surgical nurse at Spectrum Health Gerber Memorial since 2010 in addition to joining the Spa, and has worked with board certified plastic surgeons. Willett also brings a unique perspective: She has been a customer of the Spa since 2012.
“I’m excited about injections, fillers, relaxing proteins, and other products and services that can help people feel good about themselves,” Willett said. “I’m excited about working with an outstanding team that’s focused on beauty, health and wellness. As a registered nurse with years of experience, I’m eager to work with a wide range of customers while keeping their health, safety and well-being a top priority.”
Amy Drilling, RN, BSN will specialize in skincare, assist with consultations for skin assessments and contribute in other areas, bringing nearly two decades of expertise as a nurse at Gerber Memorial to her new role at the Spa. Drilling also taught clinical nursing at Ferris State University and specializes in bedside care.
“I love to collaborate between patients and caregivers, and my passion for the patient-nurse interaction is something I look forward to sharing,” Drilling said. “My role at the Spa will be a new challenge for me. Professionally and personally, I look forward to new challenges that can help share my passion for nursing and healthcare.”
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