When I started my career, I thought I’d be an advocate for a good skin care product.
But I soon realized that the products I needed were expensive and often didn’t work.
When I took a job at a large Seattle-area dermatology clinic, I realized I had to change my approach.
When I started this job, I had no idea how many people would want to use my facial care products.
But now I’m in a position where I can say I’m here to serve the needs of my patients and clients.
And I’m not afraid to be transparent.
I’m sharing what I know and what I’m doing to try to make our industry a better place.
A facial care clinic’s mission is to provide care to those with skin conditions like acne, psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, and eczema.
I love my job because I can take care of people’s skin problems and make them smile.
In the midst of the global pandemic, my work has been a big focus for the skin care industry.
And the demand for these products has been skyrocketing.
As more people turn to online and online-only care, there’s an opportunity to expand your customer base, even if you don’t have a physical location.
But we also have to be cognizant of what is happening at home and at work, where we’re living and working, and how that affects the people who work there.
In fact, facial care is the most underused industry in the U.S., according to the American Academy of Dermatology.
The American Academy for Facial Care, a trade group, estimates that about 5.5 million Americans, or 1 in every 2 adults, do not have access to face care.
And facial care clinics are among the fastest growing segments of the health care industry, growing from about 10,000 in 2010 to more than 40,000 today.
With the demand growing and the supply not keeping up, we are faced with a shortage of facial care supplies.
And that’s when we need to take action.
My job as a dermatologist is to help people feel great about themselves, and I think our facial care needs are just getting worse.
Our demand for products and treatments is on the rise, so we have to find ways to keep pace.
And we have a great way to do that: by educating people.
We need to talk about skin care and how we can improve the quality of our products.
We need to educate patients about the products they’re using and the side effects they may have.
And of course, we need more research and clinical trials.
As a professional who cares about people, I know how important it is for me to be a part of this effort.
I know what our customers need, and as a doctor I know that our patients deserve the best treatment possible.
I know that the demand is there for the right products.
I am confident that we can deliver them, and that we have the resources to do so.
But first we need people to see that we care.
We are a very large and growing company, and we need your help to make it happen.
Sincerely, Melanie H. Krummel, MD, PhD, and Kimberly M. Miller, MD