CRC is thrilled to introduce its new client, Dr. Rosemarie Ingleton, a New York City board-certified dermatologist, who specializes in cosmetic and general dermatology and is a noted authority in treating ethnic skin, adult acne, and dermatologic laser surgery. CRC will focus on Ingleton’s marketing and communications efforts to increase her profile with consumers nationwide.
“We are looking forward to working with Dr. Ingleton to help build awareness that will enable optimal exposure for her expertise in the art and science of the skincare business,” shares Cindy Riccio, President and Founder of CRC. “Her unique approach to skincare and cosmetic dermatology is truly an art.”
Dr. Ingleton launched Ingleton Dermatology in 1996 in Soho, and moved her office to the trendy Noho section of New York City in 2001. She has since created a uniquely advanced and successful approach to the practice of maintaining the health and beauty of the skin. Combining her background in psychobiology with her medical degree, Dr. Ingleton prides herself on creating a spa-like environment and using “talk-esthesia” to help patients relax during treatment. She encourages open communication between patient and doctor, which leads to successful diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the skin, hair, and nails. Dr. Ingleton’s unique combination of skill, expertise, humanity, and artistry has positioned her as the go-to authority on all-things dermatology in the media, as well as in New York City social circles and industries such as fashion, beauty, music, and the arts.
Dr. Ingleton has been featured on numerous television shows such as Good Morning America, The Today Show, Dr. Oz, and The Doctors, and in fashion and beauty magazines such as Glamour, Vogue, People StyleWatch, InStyle, Essence, Redbook and Real Simple. She is a sought-after consultant and spokesperson for various skincare brands, and serves as brand spokesperson for the Eucerin brand.