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MANSFIELD – It’s been a rough year, and because of that, it’s easy for people to forget to prioritize themselves and their own mental and physical health. 

Beyond Esthetics wants to give those who struggle over or under the surface a chance to take advantage of their full-service MedSpa.  

“We would love for community members to visit us and prioritize themselves,” said Tonya Goulding, Esthetician and owner of Beyond Esthetics. “It’s been a rough year for everyone, and we are here to hopefully make you feel a little better.”

From Dec. 11 to Dec. 23, Beyond Esthetics is having their 12 days of Christmas holiday special that will offer discounts on services that clients can purchase. They will also be giving away a free service each day on Facebook and Instagram.

Beyond the season of giving, Beyond Esthetics does its best to support the community during every season. Employees do volunteer and charitable work outside of the office, mostly through their churches. Other notable acts they’ve contributed to are collecting donations for two local organizations at Christmas and giving free Dermaplane facials to all breast cancer survivors for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  

Due to their unwavering support and love for the community, Beyond Esthetics has received that same level of generosity and uplifting motivation in return.

“We knew we had the best clients, but when we had to close (due to COVID-19), so many of them were so encouraging. We also loved getting to know and collaborate with other local businesses this year,” Goulding said. 

Despite having an intense and unexpected year, Beyond Esthetics still has plans to grow by bringing state-of-the-art machines to their practice. They’ve also recently hired another licensed Esthetician and two more nurses. Hours will also increase for BeautiFill, as they are booked out often.  

“Your circumstances don’t define you,” Goulding said. “It’s okay to feel what you feel. It is okay to choose yourself. Hard days always have an ending. We are always here if you need some self-care.”

This article was paid for by the small business mentioned. This holiday season, we will feature profiles on various local businesses encouraging readers to shop small. Read all the stories here.

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Tierra Thomas is the Thrive Reporter for Richland Source and Content Specialist for Source Brand Solutions. She graduated from Kent State University with a degree in Journalism. When she's not writing news, she's writing fiction or taking photos.