Pageant Contestants Visit Aesthetics Center

June 9, 2014

Northshore Medical and Aesthetics Center recently hosted the Miss Bermuda Pageant contestants to kick off their month-long campaign on Acne Awareness with the theme “The Emotional Truth about Acne.”

A spokesperson said, “Dr. Kyjuan Brown, a general practitioner with a special interest in dermatology, welcomed the girls and spoke to them about acne and its treatments. All of the young ladies commented that they have or currently suffer from the condition, which affects almost 85 percent of people around the world.

“Dr. Brown highlighted the emotional effects of acne, which include, but are not limited to lack of self-confidence, depression, anxiety, and in the worst cases, even suicidal ideations. Dr. Brown spoke about a young lady who he had treated in his clinic who was severely emotionally affected by her skin condition. She was doing poorly in school, and isolated herself socially.”


“As a result of the doctor’s treatments, her skin improved in just under a month and her whole life changed. She is now doing very well in school and is off to college. The doctor described this as being what makes his job most enjoyable.

“The Miss Bermuda pageant contestants were treated to a wide range of aesthetic services, which started with a skin assessment and analysis by Dr. Brown, followed by a Dermalogica signature facial and microdermabrasion, and waxing; they even lost a few inches with the laser lipo treatments. In addition, they were treated to a nutritional and life coaching session by holistic nutritionist and life coach Preston James.

“Each contestant left with a greater awareness of acne, free skin care products by Dermalogica, and some helpful skin care techniques.”


Dr. Brown, the Medical Director of the Northshore Medical and Aesthetics center, said that he was delighted to have the opportunity to assist the young ladies in their transformation into beauty queens.

He further commented that this year’s competition would be a tough one as all the girls are strikingly beautiful with great outgoing personalities. He looks forward to the competition, and to hosting the 2015 pageant contestants next year.”

“The Northshore Medical and Aesthetics Center is committed to the Miss Bermuda Pageant, as we feel that aesthetics treatments should be the foundation for any beauty queen’s self-enhancement program,” concluded Dr. Brown.


Featuring contestants Miss Lillian Lightbourn of Sandys, Miss Khianda Pearman-Watson of Southampton, Miss Cami Bean-Caines of Warwick, Miss L. Carmela Robinson of Pembroke, Miss Fredrika Hill of Smiths, Miss Indigo Palacio of Hamilton Parish, and Miss Siairah Minors of St. George’s, the 2014 Miss Bermuda Pageant is scheduled to take place on Sunday, July 6 at the Fairmont Southampton.

The doors will open at 7.00pm, while the show itself is set to get underway at 8.00pm. Tickets for the event are available now at Pulp & Circumstance at Washington Mall, Fabulous Fashions at Heron Bay Plaza, and online at

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