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Health & Beauty Chat June 2021

Featuring Founder & CEO of Induction Therapies Angelia Inscoe and A Method Skincare

By Janice Carter Levitch Humphrey Photos by Andrea Hutchinson For this issue, we are introducing our Health & Beauty Chat column that includes tips on skincare, plastic surgeons, nutrition, doctors and all-around health. Each month, we will be chatting with experts offering professional advice that will become your go-to for the who, what and where in the health and beauty industry. For our inaugural chat and with summer upon us, we wanted to discuss the benefits of sunscreen with the Founder and CEO of Induction Therapies and developer of the Collagen P.I.N., Angelia Inscoe. So let’s get started with Angelia and learn more about the benefits of the A Method Skincare products. Tell us about your background, how did you become involved in the beauty industry? I grew up in Louisville and became an electrologist then an aesthetician. Along with two plastic surgeons, I started the first Med Spa in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Through that experience, I met Dr. Obagi who asked me to join him as one of his trainers. I just get skincare, how it works and how to make it most benefit you. Later, I became a national sales manager for another company then eventually joined Dr. Obagi again as his VP of sales at Z.O. Skin Health. I had relocated to California for that job but I wanted to come back to Kentucky. I moved back to Louisville, met the love of my life the first week back and decided I wanted to work for myself instead of helping others grow their fortunes. So I launched the Collagen P.I.N. microneedling device and eventually, medical-grade skincare for dermatologists and plastic surgeons and now, the skin-savvy home audience.

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