Facial Aesthetics Nurse – Jolene Duncan
Jolene Duncan was raised on a family farm outside Rockhaven, Saskatchewan. Enjoying a childhood spent growing up on a farm instilled a love of fresh air and nature in Jolene.
Jolene graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 2000 with a Nursing Degree. This was a natural progression for her after having watched her mom, also a nurse, caring for people in the hospital. Jolene was always drawn to medicine; drawn to how to “fix” people and make them better.
After almost 11 years in the Medical Aesthetics industry focusing primarily on Botox and Dermal Fillers to treat lines and wrinkles, Jolene began to tire of the overdone, unnatural look and the message she felt the medical aesthetics industry was sending to women; that our lips must be overly plump and we must not have a line on our face.
Jolene then decided to take a step in a simple, yet less travelled path. Jolene wishes to help women nurture their own natural and innate beauty. She wants to give confidence through nourishing the skin, providing it with nutrients found in natural, plant based skin care free of all the “bad stuff” and use treatments which trigger our body’s natural healing response to stimulate the “good stuff”.
Jolene wishes to empower and inspire women through bringing a light to their natural beauty, to stay true to one’s self, to send a message to the upcoming generations of women that beauty is strength, intelligence, kindness. To age gracefully is to be mindful of what we put in and on our body, and of course, with a few tricks along the way.
Jolene is a member of the Associated Skin Care Professionals, American Society of Plastic Surgical Nurses, and Canadian Society of Aesthetic Nurses. Jolene believes in continuously growing and learning as a professional, but also as a person.