Meet Dana Lee


I am a west Texas girl that has found her passion in the skincare industry helping women look and feel more confident and beautiful. This passion began 12 years ago as a professional makeup artist and educator in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Then, I started struggling with my own skin problems that were a result of years of not knowing how to take care of my skin. I was aging much faster than I was comfortable with and I knew there was more I could be doing to reverse and prevent damage. My research into the different ingredients and treatments that were available set my skincare soul on fire and I knew that I was meant to share my findings with other women that were experiencing those same signs of aging! I pride myself in continuing my education, advancing my skills and offering the most effective treatments to help you turn back the hands of time and achieve beautiful, glowing skin.


My skin looks so much younger and healthier that I feel confident going without foundation! Dana has created a transformation not only in the way I feel about my skin, but also in how I take care of it. I highly recommend her services.
— Pat Guynes | Snyder, Texas
I had an amazing experience while visiting Dana! The facial was so relaxing, my skin still feels amazing and I learned a lot about what I can do on my own to help keep it happy!! I can’t wait for my next session! Thank you Dana!
— Dr. Jacqueline Weaver | Abilene, Texas
Had my first facial and Dana she did not disappoint! I have had problems with my face ever since I moved to Texas and have tried different products to try and solve them. I wish I would have met Dana 3 years ago! She not only does amazing work but EXPLAINS everything and why my face looked the way it did. It hasn’t even been a week and I notice a total difference!! Don’t hesitate!
— Dr. Codi Astiasaran | Abilene, Texas
If you have had a rough week and need to relax, one of Dana’s facials will definitely help, I haven’t found one that I didn’t enjoy. Once you have one you will go back again and again.
— Shannon Baker | Abilene, Texas