A smile, a twinkle in the eye and that expression you make when you take the first sip of morning coffee defines your personality, your zest for life and your lifestyle. They don’t call it the “moneymaker” for nothing. Dermatologist Dr. Kim Nichols of NicholsMD of Greenwich knows the importance of great skin and great professional care. That’s why in February, she and her team opened SkinCeuticals SkinLab™ in Harbor Point. This state-of-the-art, holistic skincare destination is designed to make skincare a fundamental part of your beauty regimen.
Dr. Nichols, a Harvard- and New York University–trained and board-certified dermatologist, opened her Greenwich practice in 2013. A Greenwich resident, she was featured on TV programs such as The Dr. Oz Show and in the pages of health-and-beauty magazines, including Women’s Health. After years of Stamford residents crossing town lines for her services, the physician decided it was high-time Stamford had its own destination.
SkinLab™ is a collaboration with the brand SkinCeuticals and boasts “great skin made easy.” The opening marks the first health-care destination at street level of Harbor Point Road. “SkinCeuticals SkinLab™ not only marks an exciting, brand-first retail opportunity for SkinCeuticals to engage with the aesthetic enthusiast alongside our partner physicians,” says Christina Fair, general manager of SkinCeuticals, “but also with consumers who are new to the brand, the skincare-obsessed industry, and medical aesthetics in an approachable way.”
Expect personalization. Your first visit begins with the SkinCeuticals exclusive SkinScope LED diagnostic, a device that uses a simulated daylight mode for reviewing visible concerns and a LED-UV light mode for identifying underlying skin damage. Then, you are advised on the treatments, such as topicals, injections, laser treatments, dermaplanning and contouring. You can also pick up recommended creams, gels and antioxidants to use at home. More at kimnicholsmd.com/nicholsmd-at-harbor-point.