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Skincare became a way for me to help others find their own meaning of feeling beautiful. It gave me the opportunity to share my gifts with friends and family and help them hone their own beauty routines. I was 19 when I realized I had a unique talent for this work, and I decided to become an esthetician so I could share my passion for skincare with others on a broader platform.


I’ve spent nearly 20 years working in day spas, doctor’s offices, and skin clinics. Those many settings and so many years in the industry have helped me sharpen my skillset and knowledge so that I can provide a unique, customized service and personalized recommendations for all of my clients. It’s through this tailored knowledgeable approach that I am able to help each individual discover his or her own best skin.


My goal is to reach as many people as I can to help them look and feel their best in their own skin. I provide you with a simple, individualized method so that you, too, can reap the benefits of feeling completely comfortable in your skin.  Here at Daily Basics, we want to offer you moments of calm, sensorial experiences while achieving simply great skin.


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When I was a little girl, I received a custom blending botanical skincare kit from my mom. She gave it to me as a holiday gift, and with that gift, I found my passion for skincare. From that point forward, I was always experimenting and mixing up all kinds of potions made of different plant ingredients. I’d happily give my concoctions away as gifts to family and friends.


My passion for skincare grew with me. I struggled with acne from a young age. It was no surprise to find me leaning over a pot of boiling tea leaves or experimenting with a facial mask on a Saturday morning. I was genuinely interested in learning how to heal and purify my skin. In high school, I became the go-to expert for everything beauty. Makeovers and brow sculpting were my specialty, and all of my friends took advantage of the opportunity.


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