Located in Brooklyn, NY, Arlene Antoinette Skincare offers quality and effective skincare treatments as well as afull line of clinical and medical-grade skincare products.
The Arlene Antoinette Mission
Arlene Antoinette Skincare has been providing superb service and care for conscientious men and women since 2010. Our goal is to make every client feel as beautiful on the outside as they do on the inside. By focusing our attention directly on our clients and their unique skincare needs, we can help them feel healthier, more refreshed, and able to preserve their natural beauty. At Arlene Antoinette Skincare, it’s all about you.
Hi, my name is Arlene Mortley and I am the founder of Arlene Antoinette Skincare. I am a licensed aesthetician, who holds a Certificate in Medical Esthetics as well as a Nail Technician’s license. I am Oncology Trained, a certification earned through Oncology Esthetics™ facilitated by Touch for Cancer, which enables me to provide safe personalized spa treatments to individuals with or recovering from cancer. I treat all skin types and conditions, but early on in training, I noticed the lack of focus on my skin color, especially when it came to chemical peels and other types of resurfacing treatments. I set out to educate myself and become knowledgeable in addressing the needs of Afro-Caribbean and African American skin. Today, I remain dedicated to finding answers to the common problems that affect pigmented skin.
I was born and raised in St. Andrew, Jamaica. The women I was surrounded by respected their health and prioritized looking and feeling great. Though we lived a humble lifestyle, certain things were never sacrificed. Now, as a professional aesthetician residing in New York, I am rooted in and draw inspiration from my Jamaican upbringing, while also taking notes from the constant movement and growth of this remarkable city.
I am a graduate of the Christine Valmy International School where I received my diploma in Aesthetics and Advanced Certificate in Makeup Application. I am trained and certified in Skin Biology, Advanced Chemical Peels, and most anti-aging modalities and technologies. Each year I attend several medical conferences, industry trade shows, and continuing educational courses to ensure that as new techniques and technologies emerge I will remain at the forefront.
I am a member of the Association of Skincare Professionals and the International Association of Oncology aestheticians. I am also an active volunteer for the Look Good Feel Better Program since 2012. The program is a non-medical public service that teaches beauty and skincare techniques to cancer patients, helping them manage the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment while improving self-esteem and quality of life, and creating an environment of support and community.
I have the knowledge, training, and passion to help my clients look and feel their absolute best inside and out.