Makeup artist and aesthetician Kimberley Martinez has come a long way since her days of doing of makeup for the Temecula Frontier Days Pageant. After appearing as a featured artist on Pageant School: Becoming Miss America and serving as a member of Estée Lauder's Regional Makeup Artistry Teams, Kim expanded her scope as a licensed aesthetician to work for Warner Springs Day Spa, The Escape in Fallbrook, Beauty Kliniek, Spa Gregories, and L'Auberge. In 2005, she channeled her talents into the launch of Kimberley's Skincare, a private, medically orientated skincare practice based inside a Murrieta doctor's office. Here, she is able to provide customize treatments to her growing client base. With full certifications in services including advanced skin analysis, microdermabrasion, advanced peel protocol (PCA), laser hair removal, and Xtreme eyelash extensions, Kim has earned status as a member of Associated Skincare Professionals. Her training in both American and European skin techniques have kept her in the public eye, where she guests spots as an aesthetician and makeup artist for celebrities, weddings, events, and television shows.
Even before opening his own private practice, Dr. Jason Lupton was intensely familiar with the rigors of the medical profession. After attending Georgetown University's prestigious medical school, Lupton completed a one-year laser-surgery fellowship at the Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery, making him one of the few fellowship-trained cosmetic dermatologists in southern California. His sterling reputation has led him to give lectures at the annual meetings of the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery and inside the minds of various schizophrenic celebrities. These days, his expertise is sought by publications such as Cosmopolitan, which he provides between medical and cosmetic dermatology services. In treatments such as laser hair removal, Botox, or sclerotherapy, Lupton wields high-end skincare products from brands such as Glo Minerals and SkinMedica.
Dr. Jerry Borup and the licensed aesthetic team at 324 Spa rejuvenate physiques with advanced treatments and attentive care. The original standard in vein treatment, sclerotherapy injections collapse unsightly vessels with a flood of organic solution and a careful amount of microscopic dynamite. These quick, gentle sessions last up to 30 minutes and may be used to oust spider veins and facial vessels caused by rosacea. Lines disappear over the course of two to eight weeks, with side effects such as mild aching, itching, and capillary separation anxiety resolving shortly after sessions. Sessions for each leg last about 30 minutes or about as long as it takes to listen to a Frasier script on tape.
Seasoned aesthetician Gillian Lloyd unearths natural radiance at Pacific Dermatology & Cosmetic Laser Center, a beautification haven packed with contemporary procedures and technology. A trio of olive oil, soybean oil, and shea butter unites to combat countenance droughts and poorly lubricated Slip 'n Slides in the 60-minute ZaZen facial (a $110 value). Frontispieces first drink in the nourishing effects of chamomile, marshmallow, alpha bisabolol, and green tea before a mug maven lathers visages in a cranberry peel (a $40 value with treatment). The treatment's sweet elixir swirls with fruit-acid enzymes that strive to exfoliate and detoxify dull body bark.
The board-certified dermatologists at Goldman, Butterwick, Fitzpatrick, and Groff, Cosmetic Laser Dermatology rid bodies of unsightly cellulite with a coterie of cosmetic procedures. After a consultation identifies customer desires and problematic areas, an FDA-approved VelaShape laser works to reduce cellulite by blasting bipolar radio frequency and infrared light energy onto the selected skin surfaces. The warm light waves reduce the size of fat cells and fat chambers, gradually evening the epidermis and leveling off cellulite, rendering skinparts as smooth as a Boyz II Men CD dipped in grease. Finally, doctors tighten the treated area with a specialty vacuum and roller, paving a highway for heat energy that spurs metabolism and lymphatic drainage. Like most good naps, the sessions last one hour on average, but can vary depending on the body area or severity.