Kristy Koch, Medical Esthetician - The Skin Center

Kristy Koch, Medical Esthetician


Kristy Esthetician The Skin Center

Kristy Koch, Medical Esthetician at The Skin Center

Kristy Koch, Medical Esthetician, specializes in a multitude of skincare treatments including dermasweeps, chemical peels, dermaplaning, and micro needling. She loves allowing patients to feel beautiful and confident in their skin and finds it rewarding to give personal attention to each patient’s needs. Kristy believes that investing in your skin is a benefit that lasts a lifetime!

Come see Kristy at The Skin Center in Columbus OH!


Joined The Skin Center

2019


Favorite Skincare Tip

My favorite skincare tip is wearing SPF every day! Preventative care is the best care. I prefer a mineral/ physical sunscreen because they protect the skin immediately after application and are less irritating for sensitive skin.!

Favorite Med Spa Treatment

I love adding dermaplaning to any skincare treatment, including dermasweeps and chemical peels! This treatment allows for deeper penetration of product and increases the benefits of each treatment it’s paired with for healthier, younger-looking skin. Dermaplaning offers that instant gratification and boosts any skincare service.

My Top 3 Client FAQs

  • “How much will I peel from a chemical peel?”
  • “How long is the downtime after a chemical peel?”
  • “Does micro needling hurt?”

My Greatest Challenge

My greatest challenge as a provider is being able to deliver results as quickly as patients desire while staying within their budget. When sticking with a strict budget, it is best to take one treatment at a time which requires patience and trust that they will reach their goals one day.

What I Love Most About My Work

I love being able to help people look and feel their best. I look forward every day to giving patients the confidence they seek.

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