CooLifting, DermaRez among R3 Radiant Skin Care’s treatments

Growing up on Lake Huron in Michigan and encouraged by her grandmother, Jill Rinke was passionate about skin care at an early age. She was a print model as a teenager, and when many classmates were basking in the sun, Jill was attentive about preventing future damage. Now, three decades later, the former flight attendant is helping clients feel healthier and happier about their appearance as the owner of R3 Radiant Skin Care in Centerville.

No matter your age, the inevitable changes to your skin with each passing decade can take you by surprise. You might notice more fine lines and wrinkles in your 40s and 50s, and sagging skin and rough patches as you grow older. With proper care, men and women alike can keep skin healthy and younger looking.

“Just because you are in your 40s, 50s or older doesn’t mean you cannot maintain or improve the health of your skin, and undo signs of damage,” Jill said. “It’s similar to starting a fitness regimen and getting your body into shape. You can develop healthy habits and get positive results.”

After a 23-year career as a flight attendant, Jill worked for a physician and eventually earned her esthetician’s license when her husband relocated to Dayton for a job in 2006. She gained valuable experience at salons and dermatologists, and earned an array of certifications, before opening R3 Radiant Skin Care in May 2017.

Jill’s client base rapidly grew with men and women alike, from their 20s all the way to seniors.

“For years, people take care of their hair, but they sometimes neglect their skin before recognizing the importance of treating it with the same attention,” Jill said. “People around 40 and older are addressing skin care to reduce damage, and millennials are striving to prevent or minimize damage.”

This summer, R3 Radiant Skin Care will become the first spa in the Dayton area to offer CooLifting Carboxy Therapy, which is a new, safe, and painless procedure that combines a powerful blast of CO2 (carbon dioxide) at a low temperature and high pressure, and a high concentration of atomized actives.

Known as the “five-minute face lift,” CooLifting is administered by a handheld device where carbon dioxide gas forms into cold spray and induces oxygen production for a high collagen/elastin increase while hydrating the face with Hylauronic Acid, causing an immediate soothing and plumping affect. Even women who are pregnant can get the treatment.

The secret to the CooLifting facial is microcirculation, which is achieved when the CO2 hits the top layer of the skin. This reaction induces collagen and elastin formation, and it increases the tissue’s oxygenation. CooLifting is non-invasive and can be applied around the eyes, forehead, cheeks, brow and zones around the lips. Clients will see an immediate lifting effect and overall smoothing of the skin, and the results are long lasting.”

“Collagen and elastin are the body’s natural proteins which keep our skin looking youthful and firm,” Jill explained. “As we age, our body produces less of these proteins. The CooLifting facial triggers our body to produce these natural proteins to make up for what has been lost with age.”

Among R3 Radiant Skin’s other signature services are:

  • The DermaRez treatment, a two-in-one one treatment featuring Dermaplane (which exfoliates the surface skin and removes the facial fuzz; and Rezenerate, which infuses the skin with healthy serums using Nano Technology.
  • The Renew Facial, which takes an hour and is ideal for sun-damaged skin, or a basic facial
  • The Revive Facial, which is an hour-long deep cleanse that includes deep tissue cleansing with the Ultrasonic Skin Scrubber the NUNI and Ultrasound
  • The Restore Facial, which is a one-hour treatment that provides exfoliation with the ultrasonic skin scrubber/Electroporation to allow for deep penetration of antioxidants, peptides, and lipids for a healthful glow.

R3 Radiant Skin Care also offers dermafilling, microdermabrasion, enzyme treatments, chemical peels and other anti-aging treatments.

For more information, visit or call 937-974-8340.