Skin Care | Facial & Spa
Andrew Stephen Kelly or better known as SkinByASK has been a licensed aesthetician for almost half a decade working in medical aesthetics in NYC and Upstate NY.
Having struggled for many years with inflammation from auto-immune issues himself that ravaged his skin, As a former publicist, Andrew knows the importance of de-stressing and taking time for self-care to not only look your best but feel your best. He merges eastern and western philosophies with the best of clinical grade skincare and advanced technology to give clients a custom curated experience.
From his training with sought after skincare lines like Biologique Recherche and Environ Skincare along with various high-profile mentors in the industry, Andrew has become known for his signature massage techniques and dedication to his clients glow factor from the inside out. Bringing his exclusive and sought after Biologique Recherche treatments to the Capital Region area and NYC, Andrew offers his custom style of skincare to help clients better understand their skin and take the guessing game out of facials. With a mix of Microcurrent, Ultrasound, Oxygen Infusion, Microdermabrasion, LED, Cryotherapy, Facial Massage, and more incorporated into his custom treatments, Andrew focuses on each client’s skin instant which targets the various conditions that are present rather than categorizing into general skin types. This allows for each client to receive a bespoke experience and a thoughtfully crafted prescription plan for home-care targeting the specific needs of their particular DNA. Andrew says, “I don’t believe in trends or quick fixes. Don’t fall for Instagram skin and what your best friend or family is doing. Our skin is unique so we need to treat it as such.”
Presently, Andrew resides in the Albany area in Upstate NY where he recently opened his first SkinByASK location in Latham, NY. He also travels to NYC once a month to see all of his clients and get people red-carpet ready. When he’s not in the treatment room Andrew loves to practice pilates and boxing, visit a local farmer’s market, cook dinner parties and explore new areas by hiking or going for a weekend road trip.