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beauty

Face the Nation

You’ve got your poker face and your funny face. And your flaking-B-vitamin-deficiency-pepperoni-pizza face.

That’s where facialist and certified holistic nutritionist Allison Wildenburg comes in.

A nature girl in aesthetician’s clothing, her consults go something like this: Get photofacial analysis (for sun damage, age spots, surface and subdermal conditions). Sit. Steam. Extract. Chat.

She’s a pro with vitamins, from biotin to retinol, and is wild about fatty acids. Curious which fish oil supplements and creams are hooey? Take-home handouts include a simple, wallet-friendly nutrition guide (so you can stop dropping dough on weak treatments and products) and a breakdown of facial lingo (hyaluronic acid: may change your life).

Treatments are customized to your skin, lifestyle, and diet. You’ll want to box her up and take her home.

Or just go back for seconds.


Available at Oculus Skin Care Centre, 5505 Peachtree Dunwoody Road, suite 630, Dunwoody (404-843-3636).