I created Desert Camo Apparel after I was diagnosed with Stage 3 melanoma. This led to multiple surgeries, immunotherapy, and side effects. Flash forward to October 2019, after 2 years of being cancer-free, I am now battling Stage 4 melanoma with lesions on my brain, lung, spleen and pelvic wall. Currently, I’ve survived a double craniotomy, seizure and dual immunotherapy with side effects. It is my goal to promote sun safety, skin cancer, skin prevention and awareness with our amazing Certified UPF50+ UV apparel and accessories backed by the Melanoma International Foundation.
Owner | Incandescent Skin
I’m an International Skincare Finalist, trained DMK Paramedical, Skincare Therapist and Expert Sugaring Specialist. I’ve been a licensed Aesthetician since 2013. Offering DMK Skin Care, Enzymes, products, and customized treatments. The DMK line focuses on revising skin conditions that help you look and feel amazing. Our concept is to REVISE, REBUILD, PROTECT and MAINTAIN. I couldn’t be more excited to share it with you!
As a Paramedical Skin Technician trained in advanced Skin conditions and techniques, I adapt every service to your specific needs. My products are customizable to achieve your best skin ever. I prescribe skincare based on your desires for your skin. I offer DMK Skin Revision treatments, micro-needling, dermaplaning, customized facials, and sugaring hair removal.
Director of Communications
Tucson Metro Chamber
(520) 792-2250 X127
Heather’s the driving force behind most anything written at the Tucson Metro Chamber including the Chamber Edge magazine, print ads, radio spots, social media posts, press releases, event speeches, newsletters and more. She comes from a publishing background where she wrote features, edited the work of freelance writers, and managed online content and official visitor guides for clients in the tourism industry across the United States.
Heather hails from Maryland and graduated from the University of Arizona after she transferred from Boston University where she was too darn cold. And now that she’s lived in Tucson for 30 years, she considers it home.