STAMFORD — SkinLab from Greenwich dermatologist Dr. Kim Nichols is holding it official ribbon-cutting at Harbor Point on February 18. It’s the first health care tenant on the street level of Harbor Point Road.
“SkinLab,” a collaboration with skincare brand Skinceuticals, offers “express cosmetic treatments.” It fills a vacancy last occupied by a coffee shop at 24 Harbor Point Road. According to a release, Mayor David Martin will be on-site to cut the ribbon alongside SkinCeuticals General Manager, Tina Fair, and Dr. Nichols. A discount will be offered to those who book appointments in the week following the opening.
SkinLab will complement the Nichols-founded NicholsMD of Greenwich practice, at 50 Old Point Road in central Greenwich, that “provides patients with cosmetic treatments and trains other dermatologists and plastic surgeons from across the country in the highest standards or art and ethics on how to administer injectables,” according to the NicholsMD of Greenwich website.
A Harvard and New York University-trained and board-certified dermatologist, Nichols practiced in New York City for seven years before founding NicholsMD of Greenwich in 2013.
Greenwich resident Nichols has appeared on TV programs including “The Dr. Oz Show” and has been featured regularly in health-and-beauty magazines, including Women’s Health.
Skin Lab will joins a bustling dining row on Harbor Point Road that includes the Bareburger, Fortina, Mexicue, Patisserie Salzburg and Sign of the Whale restaurants and the local franchise of the paint-and-sip chain Pinot’s Palette.
Originally Published in the Stamford Advocate, February 11, 2020