San Diego Medspa and Wellness a Complete Approach to Beauty

Wondering what to get that person that’s hard to shop for this holiday season?

San Diegans and visitors to the area around the holidays….I have the absolute best holiday gift idea for anyone in the family. Because I’m a picky person when it comes to skincare, I don’t suggest facial treatments often.  At San Diego Medspa & Wellness it seems to me that they take a literal approach to integrated care and wellness. It’s a one-stop- concept. SDMW provides an integrated approach to wellness through a variety of licensed professionals that allows them to offer a truly holistic approach to care. Offering many modalities to promote whole wellness: chiropractic; personal training; acupuncture; weight-Loss; IV Therapy; massage; nutrition planning; vitamin shots; life & health coaching; blood analysis; and of course the medspa treatments (chemical peels,clinical facials, and CIT therapy and Plasma Lift, makes SDMW unique and comprehensive.

Central Location  – SDMW is central located in the Mission Valley so it’s easy commute no matter where in San Diego you’re coming from.

A couple of weeks ago, I met Stepanie Schendel founder and esthetician, for a facial. Stephanie knew exactly what my skin needed. That could have something to do with the fact that she’s had over 10 years of experience. I had a Nano Infusion Facial which stimulates collagen production by infusing a serum (customized for my skin) directly into the upper layer of the skin. “A needling pen creates micro-channels in your skin using Nano-needling tips thinner than a human hair.” This helps the serum fully absorb and promotes rejuvenation. It was painless and my face was not irritated afterwards.

These last couple of weeks,  I’ve heard more than once, “Wow, you look so refreshed!” There’s a point after 40 when we (I) don’t hear those words as often and when I do, it feels good.

Healthy Skin from the inside out. Stephanie gave me an education as she was treating my skin. I learned that when there are issues with the skin, it usually means that there’s usually something else happening in the body. Skin is a human’s largest organ, so it makes sense. Having an esthetician who is educated enough to notice and suggest ways to help not just the symptoms but way to find the root of the problem and work with that is something I was looking for. Stephanie mentioned that when treating a person she might suggest someone to help with nutrition planning or life & health coaching or even other treatments. It’s all connected. It made perfect sense and I’m excited to learn more.

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