Emily Earnest is a professional, licensed, medical Aesthetician. Her love for esthetics started when she was young, working as a spray tan artist in a day spa, and creating her own face and body products in her free time, using organic materials. She began learning about the different ingredients in all products, and how there are both good and bad chemicals that are in everyday skincare, and this sparked her fascination. From that moment, she knew she wanted to learn all about skincare and the esthetic world.
She took her first big step to do so when she decided to move to a new city and attend the Douglas J Aveda Institute of Lansing Michigan for her schooling. After graduating top of her class, she went straight into the medical field. She started her career working in plastic surgery centers and medical spas, as a medical aesthetician and acne specialist. Here, she worked closely with the medical assistants and alongside the doctors who performed an array of different cosmetic surgeries, injections, face and neck lifts, and participated in all the cosmetic consultations. Using all of the experience and knowledge she gained, she became the top in her field at her age. “I’ve always wanted to work in a dermatology office, I love the atmosphere and the clinical aspect of the business.
Working alongside the P.A’s and derm doctors comes naturally to me in this industry, the love of skin health makes it really easy to work with other professionals.” She has perfected several of her own professional protocols from facials, to dermabrasion machines, and multiple invasive treatments. “I pride myself in always being honest and informative with all my patients. Choosing the correct treatment plan is crucial for achieving the best results possible. Educating my clients is my number 1 priority, understanding how the treatments work, why their skincare products are important for their specific skin type, and overall proper health of their skin. I want to dedicate my life to helping others feel positive and healthy about themselves, inside and out!”