Why Us

Our team has chosen the finest quality of products available to service each of our customers different skin types. The integrity of the products we use during your service is as essential as the service itself. We believe these products will offer the best professional results. This extends the benefits of your visit with us. We also offer an extensive line of personal care products that coincide with our services for you to use in the comfort of your home.

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Our Mission

At Desert Beauty and Wellness our goal is to assist our clients in achieving Inner and Outer beauty, Health, Wellness, and control of their lives. We employ an integrated system of medical facial injectables, medical grade skin care products, vitamins, life coaching and nutritional counseling. Our staff includes Dr. Thomas J Slobig, M.D., Maureen RN CCRN certified medical injector, Marissa Certified Aesthetician.

We have a special interest in helping those who are going through the difficult times of midlife: aging, loss of a parent, empty nest mothers, divorced women, and peri-menopausal women. We believe that improvement in one area of a clients life leads to a more positive outlook, and empowers them to see hope in hard times.

We aspire to improve our clients self esteem, confidence, energy, and beauty and encourage a hopeful outlook to the future.

In The News

Anti Wrinkle Injections Dysport Or Botox - Which One Wins?

When contracting the muscles on their faces after a cosmetic procedure around their eyes, the majority of patients and doctors commented that Dysport (abobotulinumtoxinA) fared better than Botox (onabotulinumtoxinA). However, while facial muscles were at rest there appeared to be no significant difference between the two... Read More

Half of truck driver's face prematurely aged due to sun damage

The New England Journal of Medicine has published a shocking photo of a 69 year-old man with unilateral dermatoheliosis -- severe damage from ultraviolet rays on one side of his face. The unnamed man, who gave permission for his photo to be used in new stories, told researchers that had driven a delivery truck for 28 years.... Read More