A Los Angeles native, Jennifer ​brought her expertise and higher level of specialized training back home with her. She devote​d​ the first three years of her career ​refining her skills further and specializing in treating acne, acne scarring, and discoloration in all skin types, with clients of all ethnic backgrounds.​ ​

In 1996, she opened Corrective Skincare as a solo practitioner in ​the San Fernando Valley, California. ​With the help of her compassionate, focused, and highly educated team of Paramedical Estheticians, Corrective Skincare expanded in 2013 and took over the skincare department at Skin by Lovely, a medical aesthetics practice in Los Angeles.

In 2016, she moved out of Skin by Lovely to open a second private Corrective Skincare location in beautiful Santa Monica, and currently works out of both her Encino and Santa Monica locations

Jennifer is known for her warmth and her ability to connect on a personal level with each and every client. Corrective Skincare addresses an individual’s unique skin problems and doesn’t have a one-size-fits-all approach to facials. The clinic's treatments are therapeutic, goal-oriented, and include an ongoing treatment plan to take home with you. 


This isn't your basic relaxation facial. Corrective Skincare provides in-office procedures and home care plans that focus on your specific skin care concerns and provide long-term solutions without the mumbo-jumbo and upsell you might find at a pricey spa or salon. 


Jennifer has been working with the same chemist for over 20 years and together, they have developed a popular line of skincare products, including the best-selling Benzoyl Peroxide, pHresh Correction Pads, and Hyaluronic Moisturizer.

Jennifer is a contributor for The Huffington Post, was voted Best Cosmetics and Skincare in Los Angeles by CBS LA, and is ranked as the number one for Best Facial in the LA HotList.


Jennifer enjoys swimming, biking, and running and prefers to buy experiences over things.

She considers herself open-minded and finds joy in sitting peacefully and moving slower.

Though, she admits, it's a work in progress. She lives in Santa Monica, CA.