What's Our Goal?

Our priority is inclusion in skin health. We aim to use our laser technology, backed by extensive clinical research and a network of experts, to bridge the gap between good results and great results. Changing the stigma of laser or light-based therapy not being safe or being able to provide sufficient results for darker skin types.

This means providing healthcare professionals with the safest and most effective devices to address skin concerns across all patient communities. Aerolase and our community’s’ goal to educate both healthcare professionals and their patients about the new treatment options available to address skin concerns for patients with skin of color.

Meet the Council

This group is comprised of forward-thinking experts for skin health. Those who have adopted Aerolase® laser technology as a means to transform how they approach aesthetic medicine to their skin of color patients. They have been involved in clinical research, design, and the overall approach to addressing unmet medical and aesthetic needs, which now serves as the standard of care for addressing the skin health of patients with skin of color.

Click on a picture for their full biography and work.

Alia Brown, MD

Georgia Dermatology Partners
Greater Atlanta, GA

Louis A. Brown Jr., MD

Dr. Louis Brown
Philadelphia, PA

Dr. Arusha Campbell-Chambers

My Dermatology Solutions
Montego Bay, Jamaica

Fran Cook-Bolden, MD

Park South Medical
Bronx, NY

Roberta Del Campo, MD

Del Campo Dermatology & Laser Institute
Miami, FL

Michael H. Gold, MD

Gold Skincare
Nashville, TN

David J. Goldberg, MD

My Skin & Laser Surgery Specialists
New York, NY

Beverly Johnson, MD

Dermatology Associates of Tallahassee
Tallahassee, FL

Chesahna Kindred, MD

Kindred Skin & Hair
Greater Baltimore, MD

Wendy E. Roberts, MD

Generational & Cosmetic Dermatology
Rancho Mirage, CA

Dr. Balwant Singh

Dr. Balwant Singh’s Hospital
Georgetown, Guyana

Mission Statement

Our Mission

Ensuring clinical success with laser for addressing skin concerns of patients with skin of color (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) by researching, developing, and providing the best technology and protocols.

We strive to advance how healthcare professionals approach laser skin health. However, there is an ongoing need to educate the medical community and patient community of the newest available options to address skin health for patients with skin of color.

We aim to make the research, clinical work, and patient-results of our team of experts available to the greater public so they may use this forum to gain knowledge of promising treatments with both confidence and reliability.