Fresh Face. Mod Skin Nutrition is Tulsa's newest skin care spa located at 1643 E. 15th St. Their professional treatments and products are scientifically researched and formulated to target the toughest skin conditions including aging skin, acne, rosacea, eczema and psoriasis as well as for patients that are undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments.
Erin Holder, owner of Mod Skin Nutrition, is a registered nurse and licensed cosmetologist with 10 years experience in the aesthetic industry. She has been a certified national educator and speaker for Physicians Care Alliance, the maker of PCA Skin, since 2005 and travels extensively.
In 2011, Erin made Tulsa her home and decided to open Mod Skin Nutrition. She wanted to put a modern twist on proven aesthetic procedures by using quality scientific ingredients for dramatic results. At Mod Skin Nutrition each treatment is individually customized to infuse the skin with nutrients needed to preserve, promote and protect health.
Turning Heads. Longtime business woman and entrepreneur, Janar Green, is the owner of J'nar, the new spa located in Hyatt Regency Downtown, 100 E. 2nd St.
J'nar Spa and Salon is located on the second floor and offers a full line of therapeutic and relaxing services including facials, massage, body treatments, manicures, pedicures and hair styling.
Hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday from 10am to 6pm. Special occasions such as wedding parties, girl's night out, and birthday celebrations are welcome and by appointment.
Image is Everything. A Tulsa manufacturing company, Mathey Dearman, is transitioning from being a locally-owned pipeline specialty equipment company to a sought-after player in the international market. In an effort to emphasize a new global presence, Diana Sullivan, former head of corporate communications (currently visual communications division chair), partnered with Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology to develop a new logo.
Four students in the Ad Design II class successfully tackled the project -- Laurie Lunow of Tulsa, Jeremy Hart of Muskogee, Christian Romero of Broken Arrow and Sierra Johnson of Winchester -- and the rebranding has already taken effect.
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