Creators of Unparalleled Skin Care Experiences
Remove, rebuild, protect and maintain … Allyson-Brittany Aesthetics offers a unique approach to skin care in York County.
Owner Allyson-Brittany Bohnert and her partner Sara Runkle are licensed estheticians and makeup artists, but their magic is in their revolutionary DMK paramedical skin revision techniques.
DMK is a botanically based, medical-grade skin care line that works with the skin’s natural chemistry. Bohnert’s intention is to rebuild the skin and create long-lasting changes — not just quick, topical, short-term results. “We don’t allow someone to come in and tear down their skin; we can achieve really great results without aggressive procedures. We have them dive into their lifestyle, their environment, etc. The skin is a true reflection of what’s going on within,” she says.
The DMK Enzyme Facial — also known as the Game of Thrones facial because of the cast-like way it hardens on the skin — is an example of a service that’s incomparable to anything else in the industry. Feeding, nourishing and flushing the skin cells, the treatment creates youthful skin by training the skin to restore and replenish itself.
Other services range from microneedling and microdermabrasion to multiple peels and facials. The staff at Allyson-Brittany Aesthetics also provides waxing, brow tints, spray tans and lash lifts. You get a full-service experience for all things skin and beauty, but with a professional, medical approach. Exclusive treatments offered and the level of training the staff undergoes allow Allyson-Brittany Aesthetics to stand out in York County. However, what truly sets this team apart is the relaxation and comfort provided to clients.
“Genuinely, as much as we’re growing, I want to know every person that walks through my door. When you come to Allyson-Brittany Aesthetics, you are so much more than a number. You are a person, and your experience will reflect that,” Bohnert adds.
For detailed descriptions of services and to book an appointment, visit the website or stop in at their cozy location on South Queen Street in York.
What makes York a maker community?
“I believe it has a lot to do with a generational change. Millennials want to support small businesses, and York as a community really respects and recognizes small businesses. My clients tell me over and over that they would rather support a small business over a corporation, and I think that has allowed me to have this opportunity.”
— Allyson-Brittany Bohnert, Owner, Licensed Esthetician, Makeup Artist, Allyson-Brittany Aesthetics
- 1309 S. Queen St. York, PA 17403