Esthetician Spotlight: Meet Shelby


We are excited to introduce the newest addition to the Renée Rouleau Skin Care Spa team!

*For a limited time, Shelby is offering $50 facials as part of her training. Call 972-378-6655 to schedule and let her work her magic on your skin!

Name: Shelby

Hometown: Bellefontaine, OH

Renée Rouleau esthetician since: July 2015

Skin Type #: 4

What are YOUR top 3 skin concerns: I have both oily and sensitive skin so I am always concerned with keeping my pores as clear as possible without irritating the skin. When necessary I look for products that calm and sooth. It’s all about balance.  Plus, I’ve started to incorporate more anti-aging products into my regimen recently.

What is your favorite product by Renée Rouleau:  I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the Aloe Cleansing Milk. I’ve always had a soft spot for a good lotion cleanser that will remove my make up and all of the dirt and oil from the day. My skin is clean and there’s no greasy residue.

How is Renée Rouleau different? 
I think Renee is such a savvy businesswoman, while continuing to stick to her values. She maintains a high level of quality with her product line and services that a lot of companies can lose once their business expands.

Why did you decide to become an esthetician and what is your favorite part of the job?
I am a self-proclaimed skin care junkie and always will be. Even when I was little I always wanted to use my mom’s products and read the back of labels. Besides the products, I love working on people. It’s such a fun challenge to be able to work with someone to achieve their skin care goals. You have to take into account their lifestyle, habits, time of year, skin type etc. It’s like putting together a puzzle!

What is something outside of work I enjoy: Being a Seattle transplant, I am always on the lookout for that next good cup of coffee.

Do you have any advice for aspiring estheticians?
Stay open-minded. There’s always room to update a technique or use a new modality. Learn from blogs, conventions, and your coworkers!

What is your favorite skin care tip to share with clients?
Repeat after me: Hydration. Hydration. Hydration. Whether it’s a hydrating mask, toner or daily serum, get that water into your regimen. It’s incredible how much of a difference it can make when hydration is applied topically. Your skin will just appear so full and vibrant while lines and wrinkles become less visible. Look for ingredients like glycerin, hyaluronic acid and Sodium PCA. Your skin will be so thankful.

Favorite Movie: “O’ Brother, Where Art Thou?”

Favorite TV show: Outlander

Celebrity Crush: Charlie Hunnam

TV show you watch, but you are afraid to admit: Vampire Diaries

Best Vacation: Surfing and Yoga Camp, Costa Rica. Aaaamazing!!!

Schedule an appointment for a chemical peel or facial treatment with Shelby in our Plano, Texas skin care spa! For a complete list of services offered, you can view them here or download our brochure.

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Which skin care products are best for you? See our nine skin types or take the Skin Type Quiz and get products recommended.

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