Mischell Christmas RN, BSN has over 25 years’ experience in the field of nursing and medical aesthetics. In addition to her extensive education and professional experience, she has enjoyed entrepreneurial, management and consulting endeavors. She is licensed to practice in 26 states and New South Wales, Australia.
Mischell is a native of a small coastal town in Maine and graduated from the University of Maine with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. She has worked in major university hospitals in Washington, DC and was the Vice President of Operations for a number of exclusive medical spas. She worked as a medical spa consultant in Chicago and moved to Charlotte, North Carolina in 2006, working in management roles as well as providing aesthetic injections and laser treatments.
Mischell moved to Sydney, Australia in August 2018 to begin a new chapter in her life and gain International experience in her craft. She quickly obtained her Australian Nursing License and consulted with a number of Sydney based Facial Aesthetic practices, worked as an educator and was on staff at Infinity Skin Clinic which Vogue magazine recently named best Medispa in New South Wales.
Her many Charlotte based patients however requested that she return regularly to the United States to continue to provide them with personalized care they have come to expect. In a very unique display of loyalty to her existing US patient base, Mischell made the 22-hour trip from Australia to Charlotte several times a year. She periodically returns to work at Carolina Facial Plastics, Charlotte’s premiere boutique surgical practice.
Mischell has recently relocated to the San Francisco Bay area and is thrilled to once again be a faculty member of Aesthetic Advancements Institute, the leader and premier aesthetic educational company.
Mischell is very passionate about her craft. She continues to seek out advanced training courses expanding her skills from experts around the world. She is committed to providing the most natural and best possible results for her patients in the safest of environments.