A business previously located in the Fishers Landing area of Vancouver has moved to downtown Camas.
Lori Keller, owner of Vancouver Laser Skin Care Clinic, recently relocated her office to 715 N.E. Fifth Ave.
“People like a home environment, compared to a commercial building,” she said.
Keller, a master aesthetician, works with Jennifer Carr, also a master aesthetician, and Shelly LaFrance, a nurse practitioner and the clinic’s medical director.
Services include ultherapy — lifting and tightening — and intense pulse light, to remove redness and brown spots. Laser hair removal, face and leg veins, Botox, dermal fillers, facials, waxing, micro-needling and chemical peels are other treatments offered.
Keller said “Laser Genesis” targets texture, pores and fine lines.
She offers complimentary consultations.
“I enjoy addressing clients’ concerns and making people feel better about themselves,” Keller said.
Epionce, Regenica and Refissa medical grade skin care products are available to purchase, along with the Obagi acne therapeutic system.
Keller has more than 30 years experience with aesthetic lasers and skin care. She grew up in Portland.
After studying at Portland State University, Keller graduated from the Executive Institute of Hair Design with a cosmetology license in 1981. She moved to Southern California and was introduced to carbon dioxide laser treatments performed by Dr. Gary Lask, head of the laser department at UCLA, and Dr. Howard Murad.
Keller owned a business in Manhattan Beach, California, where she customized facials.
She moved back to Oregon in 1996, and helped Dr. Bruce Russell build his dermatology practice after he retired from the laser department at Oregon Health and Science University.
Keller opened Vancouver Laser Skin Care Clinic more than six years ago. Her clients range in life stages from teenagers to grandmothers.
The new office opened in September. To celebrate, there will be an open house Wednesday, Nov. 2, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. It will include tours and refreshments.
Thirty percent of the proceeds from appointments made during the open house will be donated to the YWCA SafeChoice program, which supports women, children and families who are victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.