Dr. Jill Sohayda is the Medical Director of Essex Medspa. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry in 1990 from the Ohio State University. She went on to earn her M.D. degree from the University of Cincinnati School of Medicine in 1994. Dr. Sohayda is a double board-certified physician with advanced training in sclerotherapy, botox, dermal fillers, and laser skin care. She completed her laser training at the Rocky Mountain Laser College. Dr. Sohayda was on staff at the Cleveland Clinic prior to moving to Colorado and is currently affiliated with Lutheran Medical Center.Dr. Sohayda belongs to the American College of Physicians, American Medical Association, Colorado Medical Society, and the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. Dr. Sohayda is committed to implementing the newest technologies to ensure that you receive the best result. Dr. Sohayda combines excellent training with a caring and attentive bedside manner.
My interest in skin care began at an early age. From my first lip gloss to my current overflowing arsenal of lotions and potions, I am a lifelong student of all things related to skin. My passion is technology and ingredients and the impact they have on the health and beauty of our skin. I love educating clients on skin care and helping them to establish a good skin care regimen.
I enjoy providing a variety of skin care treatments while focusing on each client’s needs and tailoring the treatments to attain their skin care goals. Her services will include Microdermabrasion, Dermaplaning, Chemical peels, Collagen Induction Therapy.
Robyn King BSN, RN
My interest in skin came around age eight with my first freckle; my loyal use of sunscreen followed with my first sunburn. My hometown is Mobile, Al, which is about an hour north of the Gulf of Mexico. I spent lots of time in the sand and sun and quickly learned how delicate one’s skin can be. As a teenager, I was determined to keep breakouts to a minimum. I learned about skin hygiene and became diligent with a good skincare routine. Finally, as a nurse, I became fascinated with the knowledge that skin is, in fact, an organ and the first line defense of our bodies from all the things in the world around us. I like to think of aesthetics as the art of helping us to look better, and in turn, feel better about ourselves so that we can put our best face forward. I am very excited to be part of the Essex team and serving of all of our wonderful clients.
Erin Cain, BSN RN
I first developed an interest in healthcare by listening to my parents talk about their medical experiences. My father is an orthopedic surgeon and my mother is a retired registered nurse, therefore, it seemed only natural for me to enter the medical field as well. I obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition at the University of Vermont and later received a Bachelor’s in nursing from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science. I entered the workforce as an ICU nurse, and in 2016 I took to the road for an exciting opportunity as a travel nurse. I worked in many ICU’s across the county and eventually found Denver by way of Nashville, Tennessee. Currently, I am working towards earning an online degree as a family nurse practitioner at Simmons College in Boston, MA. My goals after graduation are to work in dermatology as a nurse practitioner.
Like many girls, I developed an interest in skin care at an early age. In high school, I worked as a receptionist at a small scale medical spa. It was there I discovered the plethora of products and ointments which can be used for treatments and how individualized each client’s skin care treatment plan can be. Skin is the body’s largest organ and acts as the first line of defense against infections. A healthy skin care routine not only prevents infections, sun damage and premature aging but can boost a person’s self-esteem as well. I look forward to partnering with the Essex team to provide excellent service and help you feel beautiful from the inside out.