About Dr. Michelle Copeland
How does a world-renowned plastic surgeon get involved in the skin care business? For Dr. Copeland, it was a natural extension of her life's work.
As a leading New York plastic surgeon, she performed procedures on thousands of patients. And she was frustrated that the products available to promote post-surgical healing did not deliver the results she expected. So, she began formulating her own products for use on her patients.
Well, the results were so positive that soon there was demand for her products even from patients who had fully recovered and even from those who'd never had a surgical procedure.
And Dr. Michelle Copeland Skin Care was born.
Dr. Copeland has dedicated her distinguished career to helping women and men look younger, feel healthier, and live better. Drawing on her extensive knowledge of biochemistry and her clinical experience, Dr. Copeland has created a line of skin care products "now available to the public" initially formulated to meet the special needs of her patients.
The doctor personally develops and tests each product to ensure its efficacy and safety. She is the first woman plastic surgeon with a full line of skin care products.
A Harvard-trained plastic surgeon, Dr. Copeland has a flourishing Manhattan practice that has treated thousands of people worldwide, including many celebrities. Dr. Copeland practices a full range of plastic and reconstructive surgery for both adult and pediatric patients.
The doctor appears frequently on national television programs, including NBC's Today Show and ABC's Good Morning America. She is regularly quoted in major newspapers and beauty magazines, including The New York Times, Town & Country, Allure, Women's Health, Elle, Lucky, Parade, and Cosmopolitan.
She is invited to speak at conferences around the world and recently presented her pioneering techniques for enhancing facial rejuvenation at international scientific symposia on aging skin in Cyprus, Florence, and Beijing.
Dr. Copeland is the author of two best-selling books, The Beautiful Skin Workout (St. Martin's Griffin, 2007), and Change Your Looks, Change Your Life (HarperCollins, 2003). She appears regularly on national television programs, including NBC's Today Show and ABC's Good Morning America. She has also published numerous articles in medical and science journals.
Dr. Copeland is a member of the teaching faculty at Mt. Sinai Medical School. In addition, she serves on the Medical Health Advisory Board for the Society for the Advancement of Women's Health Research, advising congress on health issues affecting women.