Our Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist
Liked by clients including models and celebrities, for her commitment to achieving the most natural results, Jill Caruso specializes in nonsurgical aesthetics and clinical skin care. Jill is in an elite group of only 87 internationally recognized Board Certified Aesthetic Nurses, with credentials from the Plastic Surgery Nursing Board. Jill listens to clients’ individual concerns and uses a unique approach with everyone. Using injectable fillers and topical skin care products, Jill artfully smooths away the signs of aging. Her “less is more” philosophy keeps you looking like your most natural, beautiful self. To stay up-to-date on all of the latest anti-aging developments and trends, Jill regularly participates in medical and aesthetic meetings and workshops. In doing so, she is able to share her expertise and unique injection style with other clinicians while enhancing her own techniques.
Botox, Dysport, & Xeomin
Botox, Dysport, & Xeominare (also known as Neurotoxins) are the number one aesthetic procedure in the United States today. In cosmetic use since 1987, FDA approved for cosmetic application since 2002. Many people know of Botox for the treatment of the “11’s” between the eyebrows, that result from years of angry or pensive expressions. Today there are other equally effective and FDA approved neurotoxins, such as Dysport and Xeomin as well as other applications for Neurotoxins, such as the treatment of fine lines around the eyes and on the forehead, as well as the lower face and neck. When these products are used regularly (every 3 to 4 months), they are able to treat existing lines, and equally important, they can prevent future lines from occuring.
Dermal Fillers (Juvederm, Juvederm Ultra Plus, Radiesse, Belotera, Restylane, Perlane): are great for returning volume to the face. They are mainly used to provide deep dermal hydration and volumization, leading to improved quality and tone of the skin. Dermal fillers, work great in the tear troughs (for dark circles under the eyes), cheeks and midface,as well as the chin, pre-jowl sulcus, temples, and lips.
Chemexfoliation or Chemical peels are powerful tools that are great for brightening and tightening and widely used to treat skin affected by the signs of ageing and photodamage. Some of the indications for chemical peels include rhytides (lines), pigmentation changes due to sun damage, melasma or scarring, actinic skin changes and acne.