Kayo Kurokawa

Kayo Kurokawa

I received my Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing at Samuel Merritt University in 2013 and have been in the medical aesthetics field since then. Before becoming a Registered Nurse, I had a career in Structural Engineering design and designed many buildings in the Bay Area.

Although I had a passion for creativity, design, and organization in my engineering career, I realized that I wanted to transition to a career where I can build personal relationships while helping others. I found a passion in the healthcare field and am delighted to have joined the Morpheus Aesthetics team in the spring of 2017. I believe in building long term relationships with each client I encounter because I want to be involved in each individual’s personal journey.

I try to treat each client holistically after focussing on each individuals concerns. I am very personable and always aim to customize each treatment to achieve a more natural look for you. To me, each person has their own definition of beautiful and ultimately, I would like to bring the best out of you. We all are aging and I would like to help each one of my clients age gracefully.

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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