Nancy is 68 years old! She is beautiful and the sweetest lady. She will be celebrating her 49th wedding anniversary very soon. Her daughter Jen, owns and operates, Kawartha Cosmetic Clinic, which is medical spa. That means they provide “medical” skin care.
I started going to Jen in January of 2016. After two years of stressing and researching whether or not to try botox, I did it. I have so many friends who do it and it looks great, but they don’t like anyone to know.
I have always been transparent about my beauty routines. I love to take care of myself, it makes me happier and feel better. I exercise regularly, eat well and love to put forth an effort when it comes to my appearance. I have never wanted to change my appearance, just enhance it! I also completely respect everyone who doesn’t share their beauty routine! As many of my readers call me, I am the guinea pig to show you the different procedures out there!
I feel compelled to say if you want to change how you look, a good medical spa or injector should not treat you.
I love my skin care from Jen and my skin truly has changed.
This week I visited the clinic and Ana, the nurse injector who works under a medical director used Nancy as a model to demonstrate the process of getting filler and botox. We shot the video live at the clinic and answered your questions as you watched along. You can watch the whole procedure in the vlog above. I also shot a quick video after Jen had finished her Mom’s makeup, watch it here!
Jen has also offered to give away the cleanser we featured in the live video. Let us know what you think and if you would like to try the cleanser by commenting below!
If you are like me and need to work up to botox and filler I strongly suggest visiting Jen, getting a free consultation and getting started on some of her amazing products that she carries. I started on surface skincare and new products before I worked up the courage to graduate to under the skin treatments. Please feel free to share this video with anyone who you think would be interested in watching the procedure.
*This post is sponsored by Kawartha Cosmetic Clinic but all opinions expressed are my own.