Carolyn Craft is a registered nurse of 23 years which includes 16 years of aesthetic injection experience. Her focused attention to detail lends itself to the artistry of fillers and neuromodulators while providing natural, subtle correction to attain and maintain a more youthful appearance for the clientele. She warmly and patiently educates clients on their procedures emphasizing safety and comfort. She was one of the earliest enthusiasts for blunt tip cannula use in the Dallas area and has been using them on her clients since 2012.
During her 16 year career as a clinical nurse injector specializing in facial aesthetics, 7 of those years were dedicated to the education of aesthetic techniques via Allergan’s Physician Extender Program. During those years she not only maintained a vigorous practice of her own but provided instruction to physicians and nurses, within the field of aesthetics, to better understand the products and procedures available to them and their clients. She resigned from that position in 2015 when faced with the personal challenge of breast cancer. Happily, she is making a complete recovery from the disease. She credits her clients and colleagues for helping to get her through those trying times by allowing her to continue their care.
“It’s funny, now more than ever, I realize the importance of how loving the way you look can affect your mood on the most basic level. When going through chemo, I lost my eyelashes, eyebrows and every hair on my head. I even turned a funny shade of green. I didn’t recognize myself in the mirror anymore and it was very difficult. Through the journey, I have gained a new appreciation for loving the reflection I see in the mirror. When you feel pretty, you stand a little taller, smile a little easier, and people notice. It’s a wonderfully positive experience. Every woman (and man) deserves to wake up, roll out of bed and be greeted in the mirror by a reflection of a happy, healthy, rested version of themselves. That’s what I strive to do.”