Aesthetics With Erin, MSN, NP

Aesthetics With Erin, MSN, NP

Erin is a Nurse Practitioner with over 15 years experience in the aesthetics industry! Aesthetic injection consultant. Feel free to contact me for a consultation [email protected]

Operating as usual

11/23/2021

Holiday Special!!

Take $50 off each syringe of filler AND get 10 units of Dysport for free. Now through December 31st at both of our locations!

Westlake: 512-306-1100.
Round Rock: 512-246-9700.

10/04/2021

Slowly making my way through before and after photos and consents from
these patients to share. Hope to begin adding to this page soon! Thanks for hanging in there!!

01/15/2021

12/20/20 FB announced initiated its new terms of service (TOS) which are highly intrusive and violate the privacy of its users. I do not accept the new FB TOS and therefore have significantly limited my presence on its platform. Additionally since Instagram is also FB owned, I am not using it either. I am actively seeking a new platform to share my results and information and WILL post the link to my new SM platform as soon as I can. Thank you all for your understanding, and I look forward to reconnecting elsewhere soon. Erin

10/21/2020

AAFE Webinar tonight. See below from President Louis Malcmacher:
“Please sign up for this very important very timely webinar TONIGHT 8 PM EST about how the AMSPA guidelines can put your Medspa out of business! We have tried to reach AMSPA and there is no meaningful response. Find out how to protect your Medspa from coming detrimental changes on how you operate and what you can do now!”

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/4008210675748715278?source=am

Aesthetics With Erin, MSN, NP updated their business hours. 09/22/2020

Aesthetics With Erin, MSN, NP updated their business hours.

Aesthetics With Erin, MSN, NP updated their business hours.

09/21/2020

Attention Texas MedSpa/Nurse/Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant practice owners!!! WAKE UP!!! GET INVOLVED!!

Message me if you need more information or want to know where you can help!!!! Spread the word!

For those of you outside of Texas, you're next! Start working on this NOW!

Attention Texas Med Spa Owners and Providers,

The 2021 legislative session begins in January of 2021, with bill filing typically starting in the November before session begins (just a couple of months from now).

The TMSA has learned that the American Med Spa Association (AmSpa) is having a bill drafted for filing in the upcoming 2021 Texas legislative session.

TMSA has agreed to provide feedback to AmSpa from Texas Med Spa owners about the law AmSpa wants to pass. According to AmSpa, they want to pass this model law in Texas first and then pursue it as a model law for all 50 states.

While AmSpa is not willing to provide the exact bill language or drafting instructions for the bill that they are having drafted, AmSpa has provided TMSA with its draft national practice guidelines on which they say the bill will be based. The bill would include some things that are already required by TMB Rule 193.17 but also a number of new regulatory requirements. Some of these proposed new requirements are listed below:

Regulating Med Spas as Medical Practices and requiring Physician Ownership.

Currently Texas does not directly regulate “med spas.” Instead, the Texas Medical Board regulates the performance of certain non-surgical medical cosmetic procedures. AmSpa wants to define Texas med spas as “medical practices” and require “strict adherence” to the corporate practice of medicine doctrine, which AmSpa says “restricts ownership of medical practices to physicians.”

Presumably, given that AmSpa’s member website already tells its Texas members that physician ownership of med spas is required in Texas and that non-physician owners can be punished with criminal and civil penalties by the Texas Attorney General, it’s a likely bet that a requirement for physician ownership will also be included in their bill (also relevant to this item, the Texas Medical Board acknowledged during the past year that there is no requirement for physician ownership of med spas; and the Texas Attorney General reports it has never taken any action against a med spa for any reason, including ownership).

Limits on Delegation and Onsite Requirements

AmSpa proposes that physicians should only be able to delegate procedures to the types of medical professionals below, subject to certain onsite requirements regarding the types of medical professionals it feels should be onsite for each type of procedure. AmSpa’s proposed limitations on delegation and its recommendations for mandatory types of supervision, including onsite, that should be required, are as follows:

Ablative lasers or ablative energy devices.

From AmSpa’s practice guidelines: “Ablative lasers are intended to excise or vaporize the outer layer of skin. These procedures should only be performed by a physician, or delegated to an appropriately trained RN, NP, or PA with the physician directly supervising the procedure in the same room.”

In other words, these treatments could only be performed by a physician or an RA, NP (APRN) or PA with a physician directly supervising the procedure in the same room.

Non-Ablative Lasers, Light Treatments, and Energy Device Treatments

From AmSpa’s practice guidelines: “Non-ablative treatments that do not excise or vaporize the outer layer of skin can be provided by physicians, NPs, and PAs. These procedures may be delegated to RNs and LPNs/LVNs under general supervision, provided a qualified RN or above (PA, NP, or MD/DO) is onsite. MAs may be delegated these treatments under the direct, onsite supervision of a physician, NP, or PA.”

In other words these treatments can be delegated to RNs and LPNs/LVNs if an RN or above is onsite. Anyone that is not a nurse or above cannot perform the procedure unless a physician, NP (APRN) or PA is onsite.

Microneedling

From AmSpa’s practice guidelines: “Microneedling treatments, irrespective of depth, can be provided by physicians, NPs, and PAs. RNs may be delegated these treatments under general supervision. LPNs/LVNs, and MAs may be delegated these treatments under the direct, onsite supervision of a physician, NP, or PA.”

In other words, these treatments can be delegated to RNs and above under current rules for supervision, which include having a physician available off-site. However, anyone that is not a RN or above (including an LPN/LVN or medical assistant) cannot perform the procedures unless there is a physician, NP (APRN) or PA onsite.

Injection of fillers, neuromodulators or PDO Threads.

From AmSpa’s practice guidelines: “Injectable treatments such as fillers and neuromodulators, and the insertion of PDO Threads, may be performed by physicians, NPs, and PAs. These procedures may be delegated only to trained and qualified RNs acting under the general supervision of a physician, NP, or PA.”

In other words, these procedures could only be performed by an RN or above but the supervision would remain the same as under current law.

There are many other provisions of the law regulating med spas that AmSpa wants to pass in Texas this legislative session, and, as with any bill, the devil will be in the details. There are additional requirements in the practice guidelines that may be problematic for Texas Med Spas as well as the physicians that oversee these procedures. However, the provisions above seemed to be the most likely on their face to cause concern for current Texas Med Spa owners.

TMSA will be polling its members for feedback on these and other provisions in the proposed AmSpa legislation and will be providing that feedback to AmSpa. However, we are also interested in hearing feedback from non-members. If you would like to provide feedback, please provide your contact details to [email protected].

Likewise, if you wish to be added to the TMSA mailing list and are not already a member, please send an email to [email protected].

The TSMA holding an open information session on September 21, 2020, at 7pm. To RSVP, please email [email protected]. A link to the session will be provided by email to those who have signed up.

To see the full text of AmSpa’s Practice Guidelines on which AmSpa says it is basing its proposed bill, go to:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/izqm1xwtcy9iu3g/Practice%20Guidelines%20for%20Medical%20Aesthetic%20Practices%20by%20AmSpa%20received%208%2011%2020.pdf?dl=0

Thank you,
Jocelyn Dabeau Government Affairs
TMSA Lobbyist

07/02/2020

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06/13/2020

Phew!!! We've opened back up, worked through the kinks of the processes with PPE and we're up and running for all services!

Drop me a DM to schedule an appointment!!

04/26/2020

Hopefully the doors will open again very soon and I can get you fixed up!

In the mean time, if you need help with your skin while we’re all locked down, let me know!!

How 5 Atlanta Women Budget For Their Injectable Treatments 03/15/2020

How 5 Atlanta Women Budget For Their Injectable Treatments

Find aesthetic services expensive? Read how some have found ways to be able to afford them!

How 5 Atlanta Women Budget For Their Injectable Treatments It’s common sense: if you see a service, treatment, or product as a non-negotiable, you find a way to keep it in your routine, no matter how tight money is. For some people, that means that even in months they’ve overspent on eating out or boutique fitness classes, they still find the budget for

03/11/2020

Phew!!! It's been busy since I completed graduate school. Studies are not quite over as I prepare to take my national board certification very soon. Hold tight though, some exciting announcements coming.

09/03/2019

Erin’s been very busy expanding her education and scope of practice. She’ll be back full force and then some in early 2020!! Stay tuned!

Road to Regulation: Microneedling Devices Defined by FDA 10/16/2017

Road to Regulation: Microneedling Devices Defined by FDA

Do you know the difference between medical micro-needling and esthetic microneedling? Here's a little info on that!!

Micro-needling devices are beginning to take on a Class II medical device designation. What does that mean for who can perform it? Big difference between esthetic and medical......Read up on the regulations in your area.

In Texas: https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/cosmet/cosmetfaq.htm#medispas

Road to Regulation: Microneedling Devices Defined by FDA Microneedling devices have, for some time, been without widely enforced regulation. As such, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration released a draft guidance on Sept. 15, 2017, defining when tools are considered esthetic vs. medical in nature, along with potential regulatory changes.

Tried and True: The 411 on Microneedling 08/10/2017

Tried and True: The 411 on Microneedling

The down and dirty about microneeding and who can perform that service.

Tried and True: The 411 on Microneedling This article reviews the regulations surrounding microneedling, how it can be used by estheticians and the varying depths that put it into other categories.

SOBERING FACTS ABOUT HOW DRINKING AFFECTS YOUR LOOKS 04/28/2017

SOBERING FACTS ABOUT HOW DRINKING AFFECTS YOUR LOOKS

With Cinco de Mayo quickly approaching, read up on what those Margarita's and Mexican Martini's are doing to you, inside and out!

SOBERING FACTS ABOUT HOW DRINKING AFFECTS YOUR LOOKS Alcohol consumption not only affects your skin but it can also lead to chronic colds, poor eyesight, cause fatigue, voice changes, memory loss plus more.

Laser Hair Removal Plume a Health Hazard 07/21/2016

Laser Hair Removal Plume a Health Hazard

If you're performing Laser Hair Removal please read......

Laser Hair Removal Plume a Health Hazard The "burning hair" plume that develops during laser hair removal (LHR) should be considered a biohazard, especially for health care workers," researchers report.

Revance injectable outperforms Botox 06/15/2016

Revance injectable outperforms Botox

The competition is about to get fierce!!

Revance injectable outperforms Botox According to early research, not-yet-approved RT002 (DaxibotulinumtoxinA for Injection, Revance Therapeutics) lasts longer, might be safer and offers more dramatic wrinkle reduction than today&acir

What Does Sleeping In Makeup Do To Your Face? 05/14/2016

What Does Sleeping In Makeup Do To Your Face?

Wash your face before bed!!!!!!!!!

What Does Sleeping In Makeup Do To Your Face? Eight reasons you should really wash your face before bed. Check out more awesome BuzzFeedYellow videos! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedyellow GET MORE BUZZFEED www...

Mobile uploads 03/06/2015

Mobile uploads

In case we needed one more reason to use ~ the 'Journal of American Academy of Dermatology' reassures that Botox is safe and effective when used over a prolonged period of time. YEAH!!

Timeline photos 09/19/2014

Timeline photos

Pumpkin Seeds are one of nature’s most nourishing foods. They contain high amounts of vitamin E, B-complex, magnesium, zinc, and omega-3 fatty acids. Pumpkin seeds are essential for men’s health and provide significant protection for the prostate gland. They are an excellent source of tryptophan which is critical for good quality sleep and for keeping anxiety and depression at bay. The B-complex vitamins in pumpkin seeds work as co-factors in the body to help reduce cholesterol and enhance GABA activity which is also known to reduce anxiety and neurological disorders. Pumpkin seeds also contain anti-inflammatory properties which provide benefit for those that suffer with chronic inflammation such as in sinusitis, arthritis, bursitis, and other autoimmune disorders. Pumpkin seeds have high concentrations of phytosterols that can help to inhibit the absorption of cholesterol in the gastrointestinal tract which ultimately can help reduce the bad cholesterol in the body. Pumpkin Seeds have also been known to prevent kidney stones and osteoporosis. Pumpkin seed butter is a great and tasty alternative to peanut butter and can be found online and in most health food stores. Raw pumpkin seeds will provide you with the most nutrition and health benefits. Try sprinkling them on salads, adding them to trail mixes, or chop them with dates to make your own healthy energy bars.

Happy 43rd Birthday, Jada Pinkett-Smith! See the Star’s Changing Looks Through the Years 09/19/2014

Happy 43rd Birthday, Jada Pinkett-Smith! See the Star’s Changing Looks Through the Years

Happy 43rd Birthday, Jada Pinkett-Smith! See the Star’s Changing Looks Through the Years See Jada Pinkett-Smith's transformation.

This is what suntans really do to your skin 08/17/2014

This is what suntans really do to your skin

One Word.......Sunblock!

This is what suntans really do to your skin Prepare to never go outside again.

Be Inspired 08/16/2014

Be Inspired

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17 Beauty Uses For Coconut Oil (Infographic) 06/25/2014

17 Beauty Uses For Coconut Oil (Infographic)

Love the stuff!!!!!

17 Beauty Uses For Coconut Oil (Infographic) Ah, coconut oil — how we love your lauric acids, medium-chain triglycerides and silky, buttery taste. Is there anything this superfood can't do? Not only can you cook with it, but you can wash

Photos from InjectAbility Beauty's post 06/06/2014

Photos from InjectAbility Beauty's post

Timeline photos 06/06/2014

Timeline photos

Power of Green Beans!

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Timeline photos 06/06/2014

Timeline photos

Have you ever gotten sunburn even though you were wearing sunscreen? Here are some important tips for applying sunscreen correctly: http://ow.ly/xFxB2

Timeline photos 06/03/2014

Timeline photos

Don't let someone guess your age based on the number of neck lines you have. Those can be treated with Botox!

Mobile uploads 06/03/2014

Mobile uploads

Who agrees? Team Hines

Timeline photos 06/03/2014

Timeline photos

Don't seek the sun: Top reasons to get vitamin D from your diet http://ow.ly/xwZTO

Timeline photos 05/02/2014

Fantastc!! Great Job ladies!!

The Cosmetex Conference has been great so far. Our talk on neocollagenesis post injection technique went well. It was an honor for me and my Australian trainer, Dr. Sarah Boxley to be on the panel with world renowned physicians, Dr. Mark Nestor, Dr. Arthur Swift and Dr, Steven Dayan. with Dr Sarah Boxley

Health Infographics 04/05/2014

Health Infographics

These are 7 of the WORST processed ingredients that you should watch out for: http://bit.ly/1hIr1jk
1. Artificial Sweeteners
2. Synthetic Trans Fats
3. Artificial Flavors
4. Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
5. Artificial Colors
6. High-Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS)
7. Preservatives

Have a favorite look today? 04/05/2014

Have a favorite look today?

Let us know in the comments!

Botox, Filler and Chemical Peel Regulations in Texas? 03/17/2014

Botox, Filler and Chemical Peel Regulations in Texas?

Botox, Filler and Chemical Peel Regulations in Texas? Who is allowed to do Botox injections, injectable fillers and chemical peels in Texas? Is it legal for a nurse to do Botox in Texas?

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