Meet Our Team

The Dedicated Team Behind Our Medical Spa

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Krystal Thomas


After graduating with a Bachelors degree of Nursing from the University of Northern Colorado, I worked for 7 years in the hospital setting in multiple specialties including, cardiac, medical, surgical and pediatrics. In 2014 I decided to step into the world of medical aesthetics. I received training and certification in neuromodulators, fillers, lasers, and micro‑needling through National Laser Institute. I continued my trainings through Allergan and now attend master injector trainings to keep current on the latest and greatest products and techniques.

The last four years I have worked for medical spas and was the only injector for a local Plastic surgeons office. These experiences allowed me to help men and women gain confidence by addressing their areas of concerns through the art of non‑surgical aesthetics. I  absolutely love my job and am excited to offer non‑surgical interventions that exceed a client’s vision of what the best version of themselves could be.

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Ashlea Simon


I have been a licensed esthetician for going on 6 years. I have extensive experience in manual and chemical resurfacing to include microdermabrasion, chemical peels, Hydrafacial, and dermaplaning. I am a certified lash extension artist. In addition to these services I also perform lash lifts and tints (to include brows for tinting), facials, and waxing. Helping people regain confidence and partake in self-care is a passion of mine as well as assisting in clients skin care goals.

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Lynsey Mahlum

APRN, Medical Director

Lynsey Mahlum completed her bachelors of nursing degree at Humboldt State University in Arcata, CA in 2005. She started her nursing career in the Cardiac Thoracic ICU at University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle, WA. After 3 years of ICU experience, she was accepted into the Adult Nurse Practitioner program at University of Colorado Health Science Center in Aurora, CO. During her schooling, she continued to work at St. Anthony’s Central Hospital in the Cardiac ICU. She graduated with Master’s Degree in Adult Nurse Practitioner in 2010. She started her Nurse Practitioner career in Internal Medicine in Aberdeen, WA. After 2 years of experience, she accepted the faculty position at University of Washington School of Medicine as the Inpatient Heart Failure Nurse Practitioner. Her role was caring for heart transplantation, heart failure and LVAD patients. After 2 years of experience, she was recruited to manage the outpatient Heart Failure Clinic in Greeley, CO. She managed one of the largest outpatient clinics in Colorado and became certified in Heart Failure Nursing. She became actively involved in Preventative Cardiovascular Nursing Association and won the Heart Failure Award in 2017. After 4 years of experience, made the decision to be closer to home and transitioned to working for Columbine Health Systems. Her current role is caring for the Geriatric population in post‑acute care, long‑term care, and assisted living patients. On her days away from Columbine Health Systems she pursues her passion in educating people on the importance of selfcare, self‑confidence, and restoring the body to optimum health through IV vitamin therapy and aesthetics.

Lynsey has been married to Chris for 8 years and the mother of Emmerson and Hudson. She enjoys running, yoga, snowboarding, reading, spending time with family and friends.