Whitney Murdock has become the premiere Nurse Injector in the region. This comes from an extensive history in merging dermatological sciences and aesthetic arts.
Whitney worked in the office of Integrated Dermatology of K Street, with Dr. Arnold Ratner, Dermatology Counsel to the Whitehouse, in Washington D.C. Whitney also formulated and launched her own skincare line, Nylah Skincare.
As both a Registered Nurse, as well as Cosmetic Nurse Injector, Whitney works with each client to tailor their plan that best achieves their goals in the most effective and efficient manner possible.
After spending over 16 years in the aesthetic medical field, Whitney knows how to connect with each patient, and intuit their concerns and needs. In training with the latest technologies and techniques, Whitney is able to cultivate and create results for patients based on science, research, and artistry.
Whitney has worked at the Top 100 Hospitals and clinics in the country, including Integrated Dermatology of K Street in Washington D.C with Dr. Arnold Ratner (Dermatology Counsel to the White House), Dr. Agnes Chang, Virginia Hospital Center Fellowship in Medical/Surgical Nursing, as well as Intermountain Health Care Same Day Surgery at Alta View Hospital.
Whitney has experience in the intricacies and nuances of skincare and aesthetic treatments for diverse ethnicities.
Whitney is trained in:
- Neurotoxins for correction of facial and neck rhytids
- Dermal filler injections
- IV Vitamin therapy
- Men’s and Women’s Intimacy Injections
- Specially training by Dr. Charles Runnels, inventor and creator of the Vampire procedures
Whitney is also skilled in the mix-use of Platelet Rich Fibrin, Platelet Rich Fibrin with Dermal HA filler, Tear Trough correction with Platelet Rich Fibrin and Full Face Regeneration with the use of Sculptra Biostimulator.
Coming from a family with strong backgrounds in medicine and art, Whitney holds a degree in Nursing.
Her hobbies include painting, decorating, architecture, and travel.