Dr. Emery is an experienced Mount Vernon physician who practiced at North Cascade Family Physicians for several years before focusing on esthetics. Her experience includes full-scope family medicine: obstetrics, office surgeries (including skin), and medical care of all ages and body systems. She is Board Certified and licensed in Washington State, and was an associate clinical faculty member at the UW. On a more personal note, she is the mother of two daughters and often more “bonus” kids. She enjoys time with family, friends, pets, and the outdoors. Her passion for helping people shows through in her work: helping our clients feel as healthy and confident about themselves as possible.
Laho Zachmeyer RN, grew up in Skagit Valley and has been with Little Mountain Laser for over 4 years. Her passion is to help her clients feel more confident and enhance their uniqueness. She understands that everyone has different beauty goals and customizes treatments to each client. From skin care, to Botox and laser treatments, she can take care of all your rejuvenation needs. Laho enjoys trainings and continuing education to provide the most up to date treatments. She is a wife and mom of two kids. On her days off, she loves to spend time at home with her family and enjoys a good inspirational book.
Meghan is a licensed Master Esthetician. She is passionate about helping people feel comfortable in their own skin. She is experienced in performing laser procedures, including hair reduction, tattoo removal and vessel minimization. She also performs Ultherapy skin tightening, UltraShape body contouring, microdermabrasion and chemical peels. Meghan actively stays up to date on new skin care techniques and esthetic procedures. She was born and raised in Skagit Valley, is married, and raising a family while attending Skagit Valley College. Meghan is working towards her nursing degree and looks forward to performing advanced cosmetic treatments.
Barbara has lived in the valley for over 50 years. She helped part-time with our scheduling, communication, computer and data entry for several years before retiring. She has twin granddaughters who are the light of her life. Barb loves riding motorcycles and canning food, and believes all books are sacred and should be treasured. She owned her own printing plant for 18 years and taught graphic arts at Skagit Valley College -Whidbey. She enjoys being retired. We treasure the sweetness, valuable advice and the sense of humor she brings to us.