Meet Liz Munn, Esthetician, Founder & Owner of SkinPro Studio
Liz has been an industry educator since 2009. She's also a wife, a mother, a Mimi, a sister, an aunt, an entrepreneur, an advocate and a breast cancer survivor.
In 2013, Liz was diagnosed with breast cancer and made a full recovery after chemo and radiation. It was a scary and turbulent time! During the process, Liz discovered what was most important in her life, which includes helping women look and feel great.
"I don't let breast cancer define who I am, I'm lucky to be healthy and I want to help others along the way."
In 2016, after many years working "on the road" for large cosmetic and skincare brands, Liz decided to put down some roots back at home. She opened Skin Pro Studio, which is conveniently located in West Ashley. The studio is growing quickly and Liz has a team of estheticians who she shares the space. Liz and team member Becca have known each other since 2009, when they trained together.
"I enjoyed being on the road and wouldn't trade those years for anything, it was just time to be closer to my family."
Liz likes working with clients, helping them with their skin and encouraging them along the way. The studio is also used for a training venue for other estheticians in more advanced modalities.
While her travel schedule has slowed down, Liz continues to provide quality professional product sales and devices to her professional clients across the state.
Skincare with a purpose!
Purpose is defined as the reason something is done;
intention or objective.
Reveal beautiful confident faces
without downtime or inflammation.
Empower those with specialized needs:
pregnancy and cancer.
Support our community through charitable donations and community service.
Mentor new estheticians to increase the professionalism of the industry.
These are the charities and community projects we are passionate about, including:
The Look Good Feel Better Program empowers women undergoing cancer treatments with free classes on makeup, skincare and hair care. This program is part of The American Cancer Society.