Meet the passionate people behind Corrective Skincare >
Jennifer Kramer, P.M.E.
Founder, Owner & Clinical Director
As a teenager, Jennifer Kramer struggled with acne and tried numerous treatments and products over the years- including regular facials, dry ice therapy, cortisone shots, and Accutane- nothing worked. Because of this, she decided to dedicate her life to increasing 'confidence through clarity', and in 1996- Corrective Skincare LA was born.
With more than 27 years experience, she has a specific focus on acne, scarring and hyper-pigmentation, and she has a vast knowledge of chemical therapy for problem skin of all skin types and ethnic backgrounds.
Learn more about Jennifer's story here >
Hannah Land, P.M.E.
Santa Monica Sr. Paramedical Esthetician
Hannah Land grew up in the San Francisco Bay and made the move to Santa Monica in 2016. After spending years as a personal assistant she decided it was time to pursue her passions of skincare and become a licensed esthetician. Suffering from severe acne as a pre-adolescent and well into her adult years, she became obsessed with clearing and correcting all types of skin issues.
In Hannah's free time you can catch her biking around Santa Monica, taking photos of sunsets and dining at all the great restaurants in LA.
Marketing & Brand Manager
With a degree in Biology from the College of Charleston, Sarah first began her career in the medical field. After being diagnosed with skin cancer in her early 20s, she completely immersed herself in the world of skin health and learning the science behind skincare products.
This led her to the field of aesthetics where she became the Marketing Manager for one of the top aesthetic practices in the country. Prior to joining Corrective Skincare, Sarah also worked as a Brand Consultant with a focus on content creation, website design, and brand voice.
Sarah is driven by the belief that kindness, compassion, and education are empowering — especially when it comes to wellness and skin.
When she’s not on her laptop creating/crafting/writing, you can find her taking too many photos of her cat, singing showtunes to her labradoodle, or riding bikes with her husband.