In The Press: Renowned Celebrity Beauty Expert
For almost 3 decades, Beauty Expert and Aesthetician, Kerry Spindler, has dedicated her skills to the fashion and beauty industry; a profession that thrives on looking and feeling good! Surviving countless trends, fads, and scientific breakthroughs, Kerry remains as passionate as ever.
Before becoming Boston’s Premier Esthetician, she worked in New York City as the COO of a multi-national Skincare company. In addition to working in NY, Kerry also serves in Hollywood and Los Angeles serving famous faces and top authorities in the industry.
Kerry is a constant learner who is motivated by all things “beauty”. She is always training with top industry experts and supports emerging beauty brands push through their growth plans. Kerry is extremely knowledgeable about the beauty industry and ingredients. She has been a welcome addition to many press outlets including top magazines, national television and major industry events. In addition she has served on several Board seats including charitable organizations in an advisory capacity.
Melanoma Survivor – Turned Sun Safety Advocate
In 1999 Kerry was diagnosed with Stage 2 Melanoma Cancer. After a lengthy battle, her mission to empower better sun safety habits to kids and adolescents became her mission.
In 2010, she started her Skin Cancer Awareness charity called Sundicators which focuses on educational tools to help prevent skin cancer and Melanoma at an early age.
Kerry’s charitable efforts have been received worldwide through sponsorship’s at many high profile venues including: NY Fashion Week, Couture Fashion Week, US Olympic Swim Team, The Academy Awards, Primetime Emmy’s, Angela Simmons 25th Birthday Party, Miss Black USA, Essence Magazine, The Kids Choice Awards, KIWI Magazine, Miss Plus America, Irish Rugby Team, Project Runway All Star’s & More.
In addition, Kerry has had appearances on the Weather Channel, the Lifetime for Women Network, FOX Health, Telemundo and other networks sharing her mission for healthy skin.
100% of the proceeds from Pretty Pale, Inc. goes into education tools and screening.