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

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