Show Notes

Nature VS Science - With Skincare and Anti-Aging, Which Is Better? with,  MadisonMD Skincare and Madison Skin & Laser Center Founder, Brandith Irwin, MD

The debate between holistic and natural approaches towards skincare and anti-aging (or the prevention of) and the scientific or surgical route. We've been programed to think that anything that isn't plant-derived is "toxic" or bad for our skin and chemical. Not the case. And, when it comes to surgery, we've been trained to think it's the "fix" or (on the opposite spectrum) bad and to be avoided.

For my travelers, there's some tips on how to care for your skin and a routine to try when flying to keep your skin at ease. Tune in to hear what MD and dermatologist, Brandith Irwin, MD has to share from her years of expertise, experience and studies that bridge the the nature vs science route for a recommended safe and effective route. 

Madison MD's Mission: Pushing dermatology to focus more on preventive care and not just treatment of problems after they occur.

About our guest, Brandith Irwin, MD.:
Brandith Irwin, MD, is a board-certified dermatologist and founder of Madison Skin & Laser Center, MadisonMD Skincare and Founder of, a website focused on accurate consumer education on nonsurgical, aesthetic procedures and products, in the context of a global conversation about beauty, self-esteem and inclusiveness.

Dr. Irwin is one of the few nationally known dermatologists who does not represent or derive income from pharmaceutical or device companies. Instead, she offers unbiased information. Brandith holds board certification in both internal medicine and dermatology, and is a member of the International Society of Laser Surgeons, the American Academy of Dermatology alongside many other professional associations.

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Sara Quiriconi is an actress, artist, entrepreneur and creative storyteller, inspired and driven to empower others to be resilient, never settle, live well and live free.

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