Why do I do cosmetics? Because it’s fun, interesting, is an art as much as a science, and you can really take the time with your patient and not feel rushed. 😁*
I am lucky that I get to practice so many “types” of medicine. Regular practice, hospital medicine, cosmetics, travel medicine. It allows me to really enjoy my job, and keeps it from getting boring. Cosmetics though is one of my favorites. I love working with the reps for hands on training, learning new skills and techniques, and the field of cosmetics is ever evolving. In the last few years the technology and treatments have radically changed! ⭐️*
I believe the key to surviving in the medical field is finding a niche or job that you really enjoy, otherwise you risk burnout 😱.
You can’t stop getting older 😱 but you can definitely stop some aspects of “aging”. Eat well, work hard 💪, and protect your skin 👍. The number one mistake most of my patients make when it comes to skincare is they don’t use sunscreen! Even the ones spending thousands on botox, fillers and other treatments! I think the biggest problem is they haven’t found a good product that works for them. I use a few different SPF products including ones from @deciem@cetaphilus@neutrogena and my all time favorite from @skinmedica 👍😁