Samara Facial Aesthetics is a boutique medical aesthetics practice in the heart of MainStrasse Village in Covington Kentucky. Our mission is to enhance your natural beauty by improving skin appearance, creating volume in targeted areas, and minimizing the signs of aging. Samara is staffed by nurse practitioner Kristina Feder, MSN, FNP-BC who specializes in advanced medical aesthetic procedures including placement of filler, miconeedling, and neurotoxin treatments.

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Our Services

Samara Facial Aesthetics offers many services and treatments tailored to meet the needs of all our clients.


Botulinum toxin is used to freeze muscles which reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Indications include: appearance of crows feet, elevens between eyes, and horizontal lines of the forehead. it can also be used for lip flips and gummy smiles, and bunny lines. Pricing depends on brand of toxin used.

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Filler is used and injected into deeper lines superficial fat compartments that shrink as we age. Filler replaces volume. Treatments we offer include: lip filler, nasolabial folds, cheeks, marionette lines, jaw rejuvenation, and tear troughs. Includes local anesthesia

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Skin assessment and prescription of medications to treat acne, rosacea, sun damage, and the aging face. Free unless prescription is needed. There is a fee for prescription services.

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A PDO thread lift is a non-surgical way to tighten sagging skin. Threads are inserted into the subcutaneous tissue under local anesthesia, the threads are then pulled up and engage creating a natural lifting effect.

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Client Testimonials

Tina has performed multiple medical aesthetic procedures including PDO thread lift, neurotoxin, and filler placement for me. She has a good eye and always makes me as comfortable as possible. I always leave looking and feeling younger. She’s an artist!

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