Jennifer Jeansson, RN, CANS specializes in customized cosmetic injectable treatments & skin care plans providing natural and refreshed outcomes.
Peer-to-peer injecting training services available
Jennifer Jeansson, RN received an Associate of Applied Science degree in Medical Assisting and Medical Office Management from Grand Island College, Grand Island, Nebraska in 1998. Before continuing her education she worked as a full-time Certified Medical Assistant. She then graduated from the College of St. Catherine with an Associate of Science degree in Nursing in 2006.
Jennifer joined Skin Speaks: Advancements in Dermatology and Spa M.D. as a registered nurse in 2008. She has more than 11 years of experience as an aesthetic nurse specialist and 17 years combined experience in medical and surgical dermatology. In 2013 Jennifer became certified as an Aesthetic Nurse Specialist (CANS).
Jennifer is a highly skilled aesthetic nurse injector with advanced training in Botox, Dysport, Restylane, Juvederm, Voluma, Sculptra, Kybella� and other dermal fillers. She is a speaker and trainer for Allergan Medical Institute (AMI) program. She has a true passion for her profession, offers attention to detail, educates and guides patients with specific skin care needs. “As a Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist, my goal is to establish trust, prioritize your concerns and make a thorough assessment to develop a customized treatment plan that will deliver a natural and exceptional outcome for you.”
Her unique background allows her to perform a variety of duties. Jennifer has experience with lasers, a multitude of skin rejuvenation treatments and medical grade skin care. She also has helped organize occupational safety compliance within our organization. Jennifer attends annual educational courses and elite seminars to maintain, further her skills and competency in the latest aesthetic treatments and advancements in technology. In 2016 she completed advanced aesthetic training certification by the Aesthetic BluePrint� Jennifer is licensed by the Minnesota, Wisconsin and Nebraska State Board of Nursing, an active member of the American Nurses Association (ANA), American Med