Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner

Liz Pauldine, ARNP

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University Village (SEA)
University Village (SEA)
Liz Pauldine, ARNP

Washington native, Liz Pauldine, ARNP joined the SkinSpirit team in University Village with over 20 years of experience in nursing. She received her Nurse Practitioner degree from The Johns Hopkins University in 1999, specializing in adult medicine. Prior to entering the aesthetic field, Liz worked as an NP in a private Internal Medicine practice in Maryland and locally at Seattle Pacific University providing comprehensive primary care on a college campus. Liz also spent eight years as a member of the United States Air Force as a flight nurse, and volunteered on surgical missions overseas to Africa and South East Asia.

Liz has always had a special interest in dermatology and the artistry of aesthetics. Before coming to SkinSpirit in 2014, Liz was an advanced injector at a local clinic for four years, treating clients in multiple locations across the Greater Seattle Area. Today, she is part of the SkinSpirit Faculty and serves as a trainer for the Allergan Medical Institute (AMI). She loves teaching other providers the art and practice of aesthetics.

Liz loves being able to work with clients to provide a comprehensive, natural approach based on their individual concerns. Liz uses her expertise to educate you on all aspects of non surgical facial rejuvenation SkinSpirit offers from BOTOX® Cosmetic, Dysport, dermal fillers, Kybella, Ultherapy, BBL, Halo, PDO threads and prescriptive skincare products.

When Liz is not in the treatment room she's spending her free time enjoying a great outdoor adventure - anything from skiing, climbing, and running to also being a proud hockey mom.

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