Founder, CEO, nurse practitioner and mother of three Maegan Griffin brings more than nine years of aesthetic medicine experience to Skin Pharm, a modern cosmetic dermatology practice offering in-clinic treatments and at-home skin care.
Maegan founded Skin Pharm in 2017, aiming to create a clinic environment and product line she couldn’t find (and knew she would love) as a patient herself. As one of the first woman-founded cosmetic dermatology clinics available to consumers, the success of Skin Pharm’s Nashville flagship led to the launch of an eponymous skin care line in 2018, with clinics in Atlanta (2020), Dallas (2021), Charlotte (2022) and Franklin (2023) following soon after.
Maegan is known for her innovative work in cosmetic dermatology, aesthetic medicine and modern facial rejuvenation techniques. As an early adopter of injectables and cutting-edge skin needling technologies, Maegan’s artful work has secured her reputation as a provider who helps patients create meaningful changes – both internal and external – in their own lives, while finding a balanced approach to anti-aging and beauty, too.
Maegan and her team focus on promoting skin health, empowering individuals by building confidence and fostering a community around a common interest in looking as good as you feel.
You might recognize Caroline Arapoglou as Rose Cameron on cult-favorite Netflix series Outer Banks.
With a hectic travel schedule and long days on set, the actress (and Atlantan) sought out Skin Pharm for acne management — and quickly became a fan of our BBL photofacial, a quick and easy light therapy treatment that treats breakouts, lightens sun spots and removes redness, too.