Michele Wood, L.E.

Michele Wood proudly launched Wink Medical Aesthetic in November 2010, and she is the heart and soul of the business. Her dream was to create a space that marries cutting-edge medical aesthetics with the comforting feel of a top-tier day spa. A licensed medical esthetician who operates with a nurturing philosophy, Michele firmly believes in the power of nurturing to uplift each treatment she offers. She advocates for the idea that beauty radiates from within and enjoys boosting external allure, demonstrating the wonders a touch of self-care can work on confidence.

Injecting is Michele’s forte. For over 11 years, she’s gained extensive knowledge on the subject and mastered the balance between medical precision and artistic flair. Recognized for her keen ‘eye’, Michele aims for nothing less than enhance natural beauty to reflect everyone’s unique charm. Education is a pillar of her approach, both in her continuous professional development and when informing her clients. This dedication has led her to exclusive one-on-one sessions with top-tier trainers, including the premier injection trainer at Allergan and renowned international experts in dermal fillers.

Michele’s commitment to excellence is evident in her relentless pursuit of advanced training. She has been a part of Allergan’s Master Expert Programs and has trained extensively with leading specialists from Galderma. While injecting is her primary passion, Michele is also a certified expert in various treatments, from HALO, MOXI, and BBL Hero to CoolSculpting, where she holds a master’s certification.

Outside the walls of Wink, Michele’s world is filled with the joy of her two wonderful daughters and the playful chaos of three beloved Labradors. Her free time is a blend of family, friends, culinary adventures, travel, fitness, boating and soaking in the stunning Texas sunsets— a perfect recharge for her passion-fueled profession.

E-mail: michele@winkmed.com
Phone: (512) 456-3520 

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