Naomi Kurata is a licensed esthetician and certified acne specialist. Her journey with skincare started at a young age when she started experiencing severe inflamed acne in junior high school. After many costly visits to various doctors and dermatologists and not receiving the proper care or attention, she decided to do her own research and treat her skin by herself. Although it took many years of trial and error to heal her skin, this inspired her to help others wholistically who were struggling with similar battles.
Naomi implements plant based products into her skin treatments for their powerful healing and regenerative capabilities. These products unlock the body’s natural processes to heal itself. Her treatments take a holistic approach where she takes body, mind, and spirit into consideration.
At Mikura, Naomi offers a variety of skin treatments including clinical based treatments as well as relaxing, therapeutic facials. Besides skin treatments, Naomi offers waxing and lash lifts. Mikura is a transgender safe space and is also accessible to the disabled.
The Meaning of Mikura
The last two letters of my first name, and the first four of my last, Mikura also has meaning in Japanese. “Mi” means real, truth, or beauty, and “kura” means cellar. The kanji (traditional Japanese characters) are the ones given to me by my mother which are used in my name.