Arlyn Quitevis, MSN APRN FNP-BC

Arlyn is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner and an experienced NP injector, specializing in aesthetic medicine since 2018. She has a multidimensional background in nursing administration, clinical research dermatology, post-operative recovery, and is also a certified emergency nurse (CEN). Arlyn first received her nursing degree from The College of Lake County in 2008, a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Loyola University Chicago, and a master’s degree from Olivet Nazarene University in 2017.

Drawn towards the innovative field aesthetic medicine has to offer, she discovered her love for aesthetics, through her own personal experiences, strengths, and insecurities. Arlyn is trained in minimally-invasive cosmetic procedures, and takes multiple approaches in addressing her patients needs. Arlyn’s ultimate goal is providing sincere, practical, and safe care so her patients feel amazing on the inside, and look fantastic on the outside. 
Victoria Senyk, BSN, RN, LE 

Victoria is an Aesthetic Confidence Booster and Chicago native, and is a trilingual speaker (English, Ukrainian, and Polish). Victoria believes that beauty is everywhere and is certified in administration of botulinum toxin injections and hyaluronic acid fillers. Victoria completed 2 mentorship programs in aesthetic injectables with Amie Martin’s team for both toxin and HA filler. She is an active member of the aesthetic nurse injector community, as well as a certified-makeup artist.

In addition to this specialized aesthetic nurse injector training, she is also a certified makeup artist. Currently, Victoria is in pursuit of completing an Advanced Adult Nurse Practitioner Program at North Park University, as well as  CIDESCO’s masters level Beauty Therapy Diploma program at the New Age Spa Institute. Individualized patient center care is necessary to implement, diagnose, and create a holistic aesthetic plan of care. As a provider, Victoria treats everyone as if she would treat own family in order for all to feel safe, understood, and involved in their plan of care.