Integrity and Transparency of Information

Integrity and Transparency of Information

As we approach the International Women’s Day, which actually coincides with the Coronavirus Pandemic on the one hand and the Super Tuesday on the other, among the many situations that are happening, first and foremost, I wanted to congratulate all women. This year’s theme of “I Am Generation Equality: Realizing Women’s Rights” is particularly exciting, because as a woman entrepreneur, I have lived the impact we are having in the world. And by impact, I am not referring to the relationships with men, but more to the way business is run. As women, we have a different style driven more by cooperation than competition (at least in my case). So let’s cheer for that. Now back to our topic…

In this Information Age, transparency is more than ever key. This is as applicable in skincare, as it is in anything else. I say that because, with the amount of data out there that can be manipulated, having a reliable source of information is crucial to making the appropriate decisions. But, what is reliable?, when you can find the same amount of arguments supporting conflicting views. In my case, most of my research is based on as unbiased a source can be, such as the NIH website, the Penn Libraries, and my own conclusions from the many meetings, research out there, and experience. Having said that, it’s not an easy task. At the end, it is the combination of knowledge and research, experience, and access to a strong intellectual community that will enable us to get the answers to questions.

As always, when in doubt, you can reach us at 305-356-7402 or at info@medaestheticsmiami.com. Also, please remember, “Our Promise Is More Than Beauty”.