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Meet Jean Adams of Skin Nurse

Today we’d like to introduce you to Jean Adams.

So, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
After a 20-year nursing career, I decided to continue caring for people but in a different way. I wanted to pursue something I was really passionate about. Aesthetics! I spent 12 years working at a dermatology practice as a high volume injector until it seemed like time to start my own business. Skin Nurse was born. A small, intimate boutique style aesthetic business with the goal of making people look and feel better. That was a year ago and business is growing!

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
Starting a new business is never easy because there is so much to organize at the beginning. Once the business opens, it needs growth. Referrals are the #1 way to get new patients. The biggest struggle is that most people do not tell anyone that they receive cosmetic treatments. It’s a secret. In order to grow the business, you need referrals. Self-care is the best thing you can do for yourself. When you look relaxed, you feel good! Spread the word!

Please tell us about Skin Nurse.
As a cosmetic nurse injector, I believe patient education is a priority. It’s critical to educate and agree on a treatment plan with your patients. Using a skilled aesthetic eye, I perform treatments using Botox, Dysport, Sculptra, and fillers. Botox/Dysport relaxes the muscles, so wrinkles soften. The most popular treatments areas are between the brows, around the eyes and forehead. It gives a relaxed, rested look. Fillers can help to lift the cheeks, soften the nose to mouth lines and fill in the shadowing of “marionette” lines. Lips are one of my favorite things to do. I can smooth them, make them fuller and soften wrinkles above them too. VI, a medical grade peel, is also available.

I specialize in sculpting and refining your features for a soft natural look. Every person that is seen is viewed as an individual. Visits are relaxed, never rushed. Its all about making small changes to enhance your already beautiful features. One thing that sets me apart is my experience. I have treated hundreds of patients over the past 13 years. As you perform more and more treatments, your skill level increases. I also use a flexible cannula for fillers. The advantage to using a cannula is less bruising and increased safety.

I love what I do! I am constantly expanding my knowledge base and have trained with both national and international experts in the field of non-surgical facial rejuvenation. My office location is spectacular. I am located on the waterfront in Plymouth overlooking the ocean. Patients look out at Plymouth Harbor from the spa bed.

If you had to go back in time and start over, would you have done anything differently?
I really don’t think I would have done anything differently. I am so fortunate to work at an Oceanside office, doing something I love and get to see people that I consider friends every day. Many patients have been seeing me for 13 years. A lot of things have happened along the way for both them and me but one thing is consistent- they all look fantastic!

Pricing:

  • Consults are free!

Contact Info:

  • Address: 34 South Park Ave.
    Plymouth, MA 02360
  • Website: www.SkinNurseRN.com
  • Phone: 508-591-3335
  • Email: SkinNurseRN@Gmail.com
  • Instagram: @SkinNurseRN
  • Facebook: Skin Nurse
  • Yelp: Jean Adams RN-SkinNurse

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