Wellesley Hills Living ~ February 2017
Wellesley Hills Living • February 2017
Boost Beauty & Wellness
Lips look abnormally plump. Cheekbones protract. Foreheads
appear shiny and unnaturally taut. The list goes on and on. These
images of the “Botox age” pervade social media, deterring some
women from pursuing natural, healthy skin treatment options.
And, let’s face it, some practitioners push more product and
services on clients than they need. That never happens at Boost
Beauty and Wellness.
The secret of Boost Beauty and Wellness is that it allows
its clients to keep their secret. Clients of Boost Beauty and
Wellness do not look like they have received skin treatment.
Instead, they look like they have healthy, naturally beautiful
skin. This is all part of Boost’s commitment to women’s overall
health and wellbeing.
Located at 16 Prescott Street in Wellesley, Boost offers a unique
approach to medical aesthetics. Dayle Solomont, owner and
practitioner, started the company with the help of her longtime
friend, Jane Laird. Boost recently welcomed Andrea Blossom,
BSN, to the practice. Andrea has an extensive background in dermatological
aesthetics and is a perfect match to Boost’s overall
After 18 years in the field, Dayle saw a demand for a different
kind of aesthetic skin care -- particularly from the sophisticated,
savvy women of Wellesley, Weston and the surrounding areas.
Discerning women value the guidance of an educated, caring skin
care professional, one expert in the latest, cutting-edge techniques
-- and one who will not just suggest the most expensive
treatments but rather will honestly advise which services best
suit each patient.
From this demand, Boost was born! Dayle and Andrea understand
that, when it comes to skin, one size does not fit all. Every
woman has different concerns, needs and goals. Most client
relationships begin with a free consultation. Boost takes the time
to understand what bothers clients about their skin and fashions
a treatment plan designed to make them look and feel their best.
Dayle and her team look at each individual’s features and make
recommendations designed to achieve aesthetic goals unique
to her. Botox and fillers are often part of a treatment plan but
they are not always the answer -- and are never the sole answer.
Driven by the science of skin care, Dayle employs a multi-dimensional
approach and often recommends different modalities at
each visit. For example, over time a client’s care plan may
include a chemical peel, laser resurfacing, dermaplaning
and a Pelleve treatment to tighten the skin of the jawline.
A 1988 graduate of Tufts University, Dayle then attended
Simmons College for her nursing degree. She is a Certified
Aesthetic Nurse. An expert in the field of skin care,
Dayle trains practitioners throughout Massachusetts in
various skincare techniques. She educates patients on
the science of aging and the chemistry of skincare products
Dayle and Andrea share a passion for helping others.
Among other things, they both provide cancer patients
with appropriate skin care. Patients undergoing radiation
and chemotherapy have unique skin care needs. Dayle
and her team also provide free treatment to women in
domestic abuse situations, helping them develop selfesteem
and skills to re-enter the workforce.
It is an exciting time in the non-surgical aesthetics world,
as the science behind skin care and aging rapidly evolves.
With a constant focus on individualized care, Boost masters
the latest developments to provide the most effective
treatments for clients.