DR. KAITLIN BRASIER, DNP
Since finishing her formal training, Dr. Brasier has continued to cultivate her expertise in medical and aesthetic dermatology; and has been practicing both Aesthetic Dermatology and Family Medicine in the Seattle area since 2013. She has a passion for patient education and offers a comprehensive approach to aesthetic medicine- taking into account patient skin conditions, products, previous cosmetic procedures, and lifestyle choices. Dr. Brasier is dedicated to staying abreast of the safest, most effective, and appropriate treatment for varying cosmetic, dermatologic, and anti-aging concerns. She has a special interest in integrative dermatology and believes in “aging with grace”.
When I’m not at Pūr
I’m enjoying all the Pacific Northwest has to offer: boating, hiking, horseback riding, skiing, and snowboarding… all while practicing smart skin protection, of course.
What drew you to aesthetics?
I love aesthetics because it allows me to express my creative side while helping patients look and feel their best.
Why integrative dermatology?
I’m fascinated by how lifestyle choices impact skin health and disease. I love that my role as a provider is to be both an educator and guide, empowering patients to reach and maintain optimum wellness. I’ve always believed in inner health for outer beauty.
On my nightstand
My book du jour. I’m a total bibliophile.
Favorite skin challenge
Helping patients improve the clarity and texture of skin. I enjoy creating a customized treatment plan to help patients regain skin smoothness and radiance; minimizing pores, wrinkles, age spots, sun damage, and pigmentary changes.
Dark chocolate. Although not too guilty since it’s full of antioxidants.
I’ll cry if I’m out of
SkinMedica Retinol Complex 0.5.
Best thing to happen to the skin care business
Botox… dermal fillers….fractionated lasers…. I love them all! And as this industry is constantly evolving, it’s essential to have access to cutting edge technology and the latest techniques.
Love this place! I have had the best Botox treatment ever administered by Denice and I’ve had microdermabrasion that was perfect for my sensitive skin. I’ve sent two of my friends there. I highly recommend PUR.
Denice has been wonderful! She is very knowledgeable and experienced in her field of work. She was able to provide me with answers to my concerns. Overall it has been a wonderful experience for me as I knew that I was in good hands. I’m looking forward to my next visit.
Denice was highly recommended by a friend 10 years older than me. My friend looks beautiful while also natural and not like she’s “trying” to look younger. Denice listens to my priorities each time I see her and works very carefully to fulfill them. I consider Denice a tool in my beauty toolbox, like workouts and eating well. With her help, I feel more beautiful than ever!
Make 2021 a year of celebrating health by embracing habits that will help flatten unwanted quarantine curves while boosting your immune system. The New Year is a great time to set weight loss goals and resolutions to renew your lifestyle. Check out our previous blog article, 6 Tips to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain, for advice on staying healthy throughout holiday festivities.
To combat holiday overindulgence, Dr. Kaitlin Brasier DNP, has a few suggestions to help you fit into your skinny jeans.
Getting your glam on this holiday season may look a little different – the party you’re prepping for might be on Zoom; or your annual gathering may consist of just 5 loved ones toasting with bubbly in your living room. But the ritual of wanting to look your best during the sparkly season hasn’t changed…if anything, it’s an emotional confidence booster that’s truly welcome right now. This get-gorgeous guide will help start your beauty engines….
According to a study in the New England Journal of Medicine, the average American gains over two pounds during the holidays, and many never lose this weight. This weight gain is cumulative- even if you only gain 1 pound per year, that is an excess of 10 lbs over a decade. The good news is: now that you know about this trend, and by using the tips below you can avoid holiday weight gain.