Amelia Perez

Amelia Perez

My favorite part of my work is when my clients leave feeling better, stronger and happier than when they walked in. I love to empower my clients, and make them feel like they can take on the world. I try to live and practice my work with my favorite quote in mind:

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“Be the woman who fixes another woman’s crown, without telling the world that it was crooked.”

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I believe beauty has a power to it; one we should all harness. The world can be a very dark place, but I like to look for the beauty in it and use it to bring light to my clients’ lives. I received my Esthetician license from Destination Academy in Las Vegas. I am also a licensed phlebotomist via the Bay Area Medical Academy, and am currently pursuing my nursing degree at Santa Rosa Junior College. I also worked as an esthetician and manager at waxing salons and medical spas in Las Vegas for several years. Even with 11 years of industry experience, I am always learning and growing as an esthetician. I am passionate about continued education and staying on top of the newest trends and breakthroughs. I love that aesthetics is so creative and dynamic, and I’m motivated every day to expand my skill set and be the best provider for my clients.

Recent Articles

Who Wins? The Angel or The Devil

We all have two voices, one of fear and one of love and they are both fighting for our attention. It’s the idea of an Angel on one shoulder and the Devil on the other shoulder. We’ve seen this played out in movies, TV shows and commercials, it’s a message we’ve been getting for most…

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Life's Purpose

Ever Wonder What Your Life’s Purpose Is?

I hear this all the time, people wanting to find their purpose, that there has to be more to life than what they’ve been living. I used to struggle with this feeling of being stuck and dissatisfied with life.  I felt I needed to do something or be somebody to be fulfilled. On the surface…

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Thanks-Giving

Gratitude and Appreciation We start each of our mornings at Morpheus with a “huddle” that’s is initiated by each of us sharing with the rest of the team something we are celebrating or for which we are feeling grateful. It’s a practice that was awkward when we started but has now become our routine. Sometimes…

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