For those of you that haven’t heard of Curology, previously known as PocketDerm, it is essentially an online dermatologist. Curology is super interesting to me since I work in the healthcare field and “telemedicine” is becoming more and more popular. And why wouldn’t it be? I make an appointment with my doctor for 5pm and don’t actually get seen until 7:30pm. Like what was the point of even making an appointment? And then if I’M late, they won’t see me. Excuse me?
Okay, anyway, back to the topic at hand. For $19.95 a month, your personal dermatologist (or nurse practitioner or physician’s assistant) will prescribe you medication for your skin related concerns (acne, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, etc) based on a questionnaire and photos of your skin uploaded to the website. This customized medication is delivered to you every 3 months, but if you need more before the 3 months, they will ship you another bottle at no additional charge. Continue reading “Curology Review – First Impressions”