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Happy 2017! Lots of Love

A big THANK YOU to all my fantastic and beautiful clients, patients, family, friends, and employer for another FABuLiz year!

… without you I would have no reason to run on Diet Coke and Dry Shampoo! :)

Running on Diet Coke and Dry Shampoo, and loving it! Thank you for all the support, love, and friendship!


Happy New Year, and here’s to a FABULOUS 2017! 

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Jumping In! …But I’m definitely holding my nose.

I’m assuming that my friends and family will be the first ones following my blog, so: Hi Mom!

…But for anyone else out there, my name is Elizabeth Weiler and I’m a licensed Aesthetician (Skin Care Professional), Medical Assistant, Laser Technician, and now: Business Owner!

That last part is new, I’ve just incorporated my small business, med-E-spa so I can help others open medical spa practices or salon/spas AND learn new tricks of the trade!

So, here’s my first post. I think this first one was sort of a challenge for me. I have ENDLESS ideas for posts: makeup, skin care, non-medical, medical, plastic surgery topics, skin health, and even hair care, trends, fashion… the list goes on! But frankly, I was feeling intimidated about blogging for the first time. I think I was avoiding the whole thing because I had no idea where to start.

Sometimes you just gotta jump...

Sometimes you just gotta jump…

But isn’t that how many things in life go?

I have clients that walk through the door with NO idea how to start treating their concerns. “What do you think about Microderm? Oil of Olay? Lasers?” …talk about lists going on! But no matter how long we need to chat about their options (downtime, budget, commitment), those clients leave feeling confident and less stressed (let’s not forget that stress contributes to aging, people!) 

So here’s a guide that I found helpful about writing blogs, which I thought was very well done, and helped me take the first step. Because- just like my confused clients, once I had a professional pointing me in the right direction, it felt just a bit less scary to take that first step.

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