Agape' Medical Spa
Amanda Booker has had many types of clients sit in her chair throughout her 10 years in the medical aesthetics industry. “Some are going through divorce or have recently lost a loved one, some are feeling down on themselves, and others are simply wanting to be preventative,” she explains. “It is the most rewarding feeling to watch those clients leave you with a smile and feeling better than when they walked in.” For Booker, she loves helping her clients accomplish their goals and truly feel beautiful. “My philosophy is rooted in the art of restoring and enhancing one’s natural radiance while respecting and highlighting the unique features and proportions that make them one-of-a-kind,” she says. “It’s all about building self-confidence.”
Chattanooga State Community College – Chattanooga, TN
Skin Rejuvenation Treatments
Vivace Radio Frequency
3D Areola & Paramedical Scar Camouflage Tattooing
Allergan & Galderma Neurotoxin/Dermal Fillers
PRP Skin Rejuvenation
2nd in National Aesthetics Competition, SkillsUSA
1. What influenced you to pursue your career?
Even as a child, I had somewhat of a fascination with the beauty industry. I was always drawn to making people feel good about themselves and the power of self-confidence.
2. What is one of your happiest professional moments?
After managing a local medical spa for five years, I took a huge leap of faith and opened Agape’. It has been one of the greatest blessings to me as an owner, as well as to our staff, who we have the pleasure of watching grow and flourish in their own careers.
3. What would you consider to be your main strengths?
I am very detail-oriented, creative, and willing to learn. The medical aesthetics industry changes constantly, and I am always eager to learn what this amazing industry comes up with and the most up-to-date technology.
4. How do you choose the right procedure for your clients?
After consulting with each client and determining their specific needs or goals, I use my expertise and knowledge to determine what the best treatment options for the client will be. In skincare, things like skin type, skin condition, medications, and lifestyle play a role into what treatment plan would best suit that individual.
5. What’s the key to making a great first impression?
Smile, make eye contact, and be genuinely you. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and so the “picture” I first present needs to be exactly who I am as a person.