Society of Plastic Surgical Skin Care Specialists Elects Cindy Steele, LA, NCEA as New President

San Diego, CA (April 26, 2017) – The Society of Plastic Surgical Skin Care Specialists (SPSSCS) announced Cindy Steele, LA, NCEA of Little Rock, AR, as its new President today at the 23rd annual meeting of the Society. SPSSCS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion of education, enhancement of clinical skills, and the delivery of safe quality skincare provided to patients from the offices of board-certified plastic surgeons.
Ms. Steele has been in the skincare business for more than two decades, honing her skills and obtaining advanced training with Candela Lasers, the Vbeam, GentleYAG, Laser and IPL as well as Sublative Radio Frequency Fractionated Lasers. She has also obtained certifications in CoolSculpting body treatments, HydraFacial MD treatments and microdermabrasion. She was recently appointed by Arkansas Governor Beebe to a 2-year term on the Cosmetology Technical Advisory Board, which regulates the industry in their state. She is also a member of NCEA, an educational organization that defines standards of practice through certification and continuing education accreditation. Formerly, a business manager and makeup artist, she received her aesthetician’s license in 2006 and has been a member of SPSSCS ever since.
“Cindy’s accomplished background in skincare and her advanced knowledge of the newest procedures, techniques and technologies will serve the Society well as she takes on her new role,” says Immediate Past-President, Lizabeth Clouse, RN, CPSN. “I am confident she will continue to promote the Society as the leading educational body for our community of global skincare specialists.”
“I am deeply honored to be selected by my peers as President of SPSSCS. In the immediate future, we plan to organize the prestigious Past Presidents Club, which acknowledges the dedication, support and intelligent minds of the women that have contributed time and effort to making this society a continued success for over 20 years” notes Cindy Steele. “I look forward to serving as your representative for SPSSCS and welcome input to continue the great efforts of the past.”
In addition to her work with SPSSCS, Ms. Steele is very community-minded and works with PATH (Partners Against Trafficking of Humans) and has been the historic 1920s Dreamland Ballroom chair for many years, (which was recently featured in a PBS documentary), hosting such great acts as Sarah Vaughn, Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald. 

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The Society of Plastic Surgical Skin Care Specialists (SPSSCS) was founded in 1994 by a group of renowned plastic surgeons, members of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), who recognized the need to educate and provide clinical skills to skincare specialists who provide treatment to patients in the offices of board-certified plastic surgeons. The SPSSCS is uniquely positioned as the only national skin care specialty organization aligned with the plastic surgery specialty. The Society is comprised of 350 members who are either nurses or aestheticians. For more information visit

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