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I was born in Khabarovsk, Magadan, Russia, Viktoriya Fisenko immigrated to the United States with my family when I was 13 years old. As with many immigrants, it was a challenge to go through school and high school years while learning a new language.
I received my degree in Paralegal in 2005 from Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, and has been a paralegal since 2005 through present.
Once I discovered endermologie, I myself became a passionate devotee. I believe whole heartedly in a healthy lifestyle and see every day how endermologie is a crucial piece for those of us fighting the good fight of aging, gravity. My favorite part of performing endermologie lipomassage is helping myclients reach their aesthetic and health goals that they could not have otherwise. Endermologie is a state of the art, scientifically proven, non-invasive way to eliminate fat retention, cellulite, and loose skin. Endermologie also restores elasticity, dramatically increases blood flow, and stimulates lymphatic drainage, resulting in revitalized, soft, and smooth skin.
Also, I became certified permanent make up artist in 2017.
Viktoriya Fisenko, owner of Crystal Body & Face, has been a Certified LPG Endermologie® Technician since 2015.
The mission of Crystal Body & Face is “to create a consistently new level of excellence in the quality of my services and to provide my guests a thoroughly satisfying experience.”
I set the highest standards in health enhancements and aim to exceed my client’s expectations. I will conduct a thorough consultation and explain your options and suggestions to make sure that you are comfortable with your enhancement plan.
I believe that everyone is naturally beautiful and unique in their own way and we also understand that most people have insecurities that can hold them back in their life. My purpose is to enhance your natural beauty and to give you the confidence that you need and deserve. You can trust me that I will never try to up-sell you or try to pressure you into buying things you don't need.