When Bill and Angie Nelson were newlywed in 1964, they enjoyed spending their Sunday afternoons giving each other facials. Bill, a youthful-looking 80-year-old, has been conscientious about his skincare routine since his teen years when he suffered from bad acne. His mother taught him to use Witch Hazel after washing his face, and he continued to use it as an adult after every shave. Angie shared his enthusiasm for meticulous skincare, which led them to open Angie’s Aesthetics 30 years ago at 4570 South Eastern, Suite 25, Henderson.
The Nelsons passionately believe that when you regularly care for your skin, you can avoid the need for laser peels and other harsh treatments that can hurt and burn the skin. The power of a great facial often gets overlooked in this age of lasers, scalpels, and injections.
For years, service industry workers who claim to get better tips when they look better, have been loyal clients of Angie’s Aesthetics. And those loyal clients now bring in their children and grandchildren to establish good skincare habits. Teachers and nurses, who accommodate others all day, enjoy the gentle pampering that Angie’s provides. Bill, who had a lengthy career in sales and marketing, does intensive research to find the best and most effective products and machines for optimal results. The GlyMed Products line, a highly regarded skincare regimen, is well stocked to help maintain a home routine.
Angie’s famous “Mix It Up Facial” is an ongoing option for a non-protocol corrective or skin maintenance facial that uses various modalities chosen for each client, such as dermaplaning, crystal or diamond tip microdermabrasion, LED light, ultrasound, oxygen, and others for the best results. Whether you are addressing acne or aging, Master Aesthetician Angie and her well-trained staff will design a plan for you by addressing your concerns. As Bill likes to quote from the movie Forrest Gump, “Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.”
Fitting reference since Bill served as a Marine during the Vietnam War. When he and Angie looked to give back to the community, they aligned themselves with one of the most ethical charities they could find, USMC’s “Toys for Tots.” When you donate a toy during Angie’s Aesthetics annual holiday drive, you’ll receive a $10 discount towards a treatment through the middle of December. Fun fact – Walt Disney, an original sponsor of Toys for Tots, designed its train logo in 1948.
Angie’s father was a college football coach, and he taught her, “If you master the fundamentals of your game, you will always have a winning tradition.” Wise words to live by in life, in marriage, and in business.