About

SKIN CARE IS SO MUCH MORE THAN WHAT WE CAN SEE ON THE SURFACE. WE BEGIN WITH AN IN DEPTH ANALYSIS OF YOUR LIFESTYLE, SKIN HISTORY, DIET, HEALTH AND CURRENT PRODUCT ROUTINE. I’M INTERESTED IN LEARNING AS MUCH AS I CAN ABOUT YOUR SKIN.

NO TWO SKINS ARE ALIKE, NO TWO LIFESTYLES ARE ALIKE AND I BELIEVE THAT NO TWO TREATMENTS SHOULD BE ALIKE. OUR FACIALS ARE A COMPLETELY CUSTOM EXPERIENCE, BOTH RESULT ORIENTED AND RELAXATION FOCUSED.

After graduating from Boston University, Dana moved to New York City to pursue her dream of working in the beauty industry. As her career progressed, Dana became an in demand makeup and brow artist for top New York City salons and photographers. She began to notice, time and time again, that her clients were trying to conceal their skin’s imperfections with makeup.

Realizing that helping her clients first achieve healthy skin was the best route to ultimate beauty, Dana went on to obtain her esthetics license from Atelier Esthétique in Manhattan and to continue her studies in specific skin conditions, such as acne and rosacea, at the International Dermal Institute. Over the past 20 years, she has worked and trained with the worlds' top skincare lines, as well as with expert estheticians and chemists alike. Her boundless passion for getting clients the best possible result has led to her exhaustive reading and researching about skin, skincare products and the latest facial techniques and technologies.

Dana Thomases is a graduate of Pastiche Method’s “Advanced Skin Analysis” training program which is recognized as the most progressive skin analysis education available worldwide. The post-graduate curriculum is the first of its kind to recognize and teach the importance of linking skin structure and function to skin condition. Her advanced education makes Dana a sought after educator and product consultant for many skin care brands.

Dana has been recognized for her work in skincare and makeup in publications such as Allure, ELLE, InStyle, Lucky, BRIDES, Sports Illustrated, Boston Common, Boston Magazine, The Improper Bostonian, The Boston Globe and The Boston Herald. She has treated the faces of fashion designers, celebrities and olympians, but her favorite thing to do is to be in the treatment room with her amazing clients.