On pursuing a career in dermatology:
After I completed nursing school, I went from the ICU to plastic surgery. I loved working in cosmetics, but I found myself drawn to dermatology because I wanted to help people with the overall health of their skin instead of just injecting Botox. Don’t get me wrong, I also love working with Botox and other injectables, but skin health is so much more than what you can inject in your skin or what cream you put on it. For example, I really love treating acne, and you really have to work with a patient one-on-one to develop the best treatment plan. It’s so gratifying to see the results and the transformation in someone’s skin quality — and their confidence level — after employing a treatment plan.- Maegan Griffin, MSN, NP-C
View full interview at Clara’s Clean Eats to learn how Skin Pharm came about and how Maegan Griffin balances practicing as a Nurse Practitioner, running a clinic and being a mother.