Debra received her master’s in nursing at the University of Washington in 1988. She practiced as a Family Nurse Practitioner for over 18 years before training as an Aesthetic Injection Specialist and Practitioner. Formerly the Medical Director at Ambrosia Medspa in Kirkland, Debra developed a reputation for her light touch and obtaining excellent outcomes for her patients’ results. She is very experienced and has gained respect from other cosmetic practitioners and doctors in the aesthetics industry. Debra’s practice has grown over the past ten years by performing advanced injection techniques and non-surgical treatments by using the very latest technologies for skin rejuvenation. Her wide field of expertise encompasses advanced Botox techniques as well as advanced use of dermal fillers and volumizers. In the Northwest, she is a key opinion leader and expert for performing the Vampire facelift and PRP injections for natural volumization and rejuvenation of the skin.
I approach every patient as I would wish to be treated myself. My philosophy is to enhance natural beauty rather than alter looks. This creation of a natural look is a key part of my approach to a patient. In the last 5 years, the trend has changed; the key is not to like you have had something done. It is about the ‘make-under’ rather than a ‘make-over’ effect. I believe a soft natural enhancement of features with a softening of lines to give a fresh look is my trademark. What I strive to achieve at Simplicity is to make people look as good as they can for their age. The way I approach treatment is to make patients look refreshed and rejuvenated, but they still look like themselves, just better. I like to make my clients look as good as they feel, vibrant, active, and renewed. Simply to look and feel their best.
my thoughts on Simplicity
I’m a fan of simple and simplicity. When I tackle a topic, I don’t think I’m done until I’ve found the simplest way to look at it. I think of simplicity as a process. You can’t always start there, but you can find it or create more of it as you go. I also think of simplicity as a by-product. It happens when I find the elegant path or the simple truth. Sometimes I see simplicity as a means to an end — where the end is a simpler understanding or a simpler result or a simpler way to share. Sometimes I have to look backward to find simplicity — I can’t always find simplicity upfront, but sometimes when I look back, it was there all along, hidden among the chaos, or I didn’t have the right focus.
The most important thing I’ve learned about simplicity is that simplicity wins in the long run. Simple is stickier than complexity, and it survives. I think nature teaches us that, and we learn it time and again in work and life. KISS-“keep it super simple” will be my guide with owning and operating this new business adventure!