Meet Our Aestheticians
Kimberley Smith – Aesthetician
Kimberley began her career in aesthetics in 1998 after graduating from Fort Worth Cosmetology School. She quickly learned that she wanted to expand her career in the medical field and took an advanced course at the Conservatory of Aesthetics in Chicago, IL. She has worked with some of the top plastic surgeons and dermatologists in the DFW area and has been employed at SkinMD since 2012.
Kimberley is trained and certified in a variety of laser procedures, including photorejuvenation, laser hair removal, non-ablative skin resurfacing, and radiofrequency therapies. She is a master-trained SkinPen specialist, using the advanced microneedling system to target specific concerns such as wrinkles, acne scarring, and large pores. She also provides a number of aesthetic services to our patients, including chemical peels and HydraFacials. Kimberley creates customized skin care programs that combine different nonsurgical facial rejuvenation procedures to help each patient achieve his or her desired appearance. She really enjoys working closely with our medical providers to ensure our patients get the best possible outcome to their overall skin health and wellness. She has performed more than 1,500 SkinPen treatments, 20,000+ successful laser procedures, and more than 10,000 chemical peels and HydraFacials.
In her free time, Kimberley loves spending time with her family and friends, participating in anything that involves dogs, and attending her nieces' and nephews' sporting events.
Krystal Schlabs – Aesthetician
Krystal's love for skin care and beauty started at a young age. She began working in the industry in 2003 and joined the SkinMD team in March of 2018. She attended Ogle of Hurst and National Laser Institute of Dallas where she acquired her aesthetic license, and her microneedling and laser certification.
Her interest in CoolSculpting sparked a few years ago when she was working for a plastic surgeon who began offering it at his practice. After seeing patients come back ecstatic with their results without surgery, she knew she had to become a part of this life-changing procedure. In 2017, she attended CoolSculpting University in Pleasanton, CA. It was there that she learned the importance of the patient assessment and how to determine proper placement of each application, as no two bodies are shaped alike. Krystal has mastered the art of CoolSculpting. Now, with more than 3,000 successful treatments performed, CoolSculpting has become one of her biggest passions.
When not working, you can find Krystal hanging out with her husband, their four children, and the family dog — an Australian Shepherd named "Boomer."