Healthy Families: Skin Safety
It’s summer, and while that means time to relax, wind down and hang with the family, it also means time under the sun at the pool and beach.
It’s critical to protect yourself and your children from the sun’s damaging rays.
Dr. Amy Kim, of MetroDerm in Atlanta, GA, shares her expertise on skin cancer management and children’s dermatology.
Dr. Kim also discusses Baby Pibu, a line of infant skincare products she founded.
Amy Kim, MD
Dr. Amy Kim is a board-certified dermatologist and Mohs surgeon, practicing in Atlanta for the past 10 years. She specializes in skin cancer detection, management and surgery. Dr. Kim received her B.A. degree from Boston University College of Liberal Arts and M.D. degree from Boston University School of Medicine. She underwent her dermatologic training at Emory University Department of Dermatology and her Mohs surgery fellowship training at University of Michigan Department of Dermatology. As a dermatologist-mom of two young children, Dr. Kim developed and launched a baby skin care line, Baby Pibu™, in 2014. This unique skin care line consists of products tailored towards daily skin care as well as common baby skin conditions.