As an Arizona native, Melinda graduated from The Southwest Institute of Natural Aesthetics in Tempe as a licensed Aesthetician and Laser Technician. She strives in helping others feel confident in their own skin, while continuously expanding her knowledge of the beauty industry. Melinda uses her background and experience excelling in customer service and patient care.
Shayna grew up in Scottsdale and earned her Associates of Arts at Paradise Valley Community College. She enjoys researching the latest beauty and Aesthetic trends. With her calm and passionate demeanor, she is responsible for greeting and registering patients in the office. She enjoys helping patients and strives to learn more about the Medical Field.
Carly is from Salt Lake City, UT. She graduated from Westminster College with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing and is a member of the Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society. She is a Certified Nurse Injector and has received advanced training in injectables at the National Institute of Medical Aesthetics. Carly has been in the industry for over 5 years and has worked for Glo MedSpa North in Scottsdale, The University of Utah Dermatology Department, and in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit at Intermountain Medical Center. She is highly skilled in injectables specifically neurotoxins and dermal fillers, as well as Microneedling with PRP and the Femilift Laser. Carly wants her clients to look and feel beautiful on the inside and outside. She strives to ensure each patient has natural, beautiful results.
Medical Aesthetician and Laser Technician
Tessa has been with Marc Malek MD for over eleven years. Tessa specializes in anti-aging laser treatments combined with a long term skin care regimen. Her patient’s have been with her for many years and rely on her expertise and honesty to provide them with the most results oriented treatments for their skin and body. “I've never stayed with an Aesthetican for over a year, I’ve been seeing Tessa now for ten years and she has truly taken years off of my face, I’d trust anything she would ever suggest for me to do” Lori, an actual patient.