Let's Spill The Tea On Skin Care Products.
What do the pros use?!?
Pour a cup, get comfy with a blanket, and join us for a laid-back conversation about our favorite skin care products.
Katie and Courtney will be talking about their favorite skin care products (and don't we all wanna know what the pros themselves use?!?) and the reasons behind why they work. You'll be able to pick their brains and get answers to your skin care product questions!
Name and Email. That's all we need.
Registration is free, but required!
A hefty skin care product discount will be offered to live webinar attendees ONLY that day, and each of you will be entered to win a full SkinMedica Award-Winning System valued at $530.00!
About Our Practice
The Northwest Arkansas Center for Plastic Surgery & Skin Care Center is a full-service cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery center.
* Cosmetic Surgery
* Skin care consultations and physician-only products
* Restylane Lift
* Nordlys Laser
* Asclera spider vein therapy
* Laser hair removal
* Skin care products safe for pregnancy
* Microdermabrasion and chemical peels
* Reconstructive surgery
About Katie Hairston
Katie has held a life long love for aesthetics and skincare, so she decided to make a career of it!
She obtained her license in Aesthetics and happily joined our team. Her down to earth personality and genuine love for helping people meet their skin care goals make her a wonderful fit. Katie is skilled in performing results-oriented skin treatments such as: chemical peels, microdermabrasion, dermaplaning, and microneedling. She is passionate about educating and empowering
her patients on the best ways to take care of their skin by using
medical grade skincare.
Katie is originally from Mountain Home, AR. She has lived in Fayetteville for several years and attended the University of Arkansas. Katie also enjoys spending time with her husband, Matthew, and two children, Bennett and Ella.
About D. Heath Stacey, MD
Dr. Stacey, a board certified plastic surgeon, completed his medical school at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 2000, and went on to complete one of the premier Plastic Surgery training programs in the country at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, where he served as chief resident. A native of the region, Dr. Stacey then decided to return home to Northwest Arkansas, where he founded Northwest Arkansas Center for Plastic Surgery, a full-service plastic and reconstructive surgery clinic.
Dr. Stacey approaches each patient with individualized care and customizes each surgery according to the patient's surgical goals.
Dr. Stacey lives in Fayetteville with his wife, Adriana, and their four children, Annalise, Whitman, Mary Virginia and Jack.