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Changing The Face of Skin Care ~ An Interview with Veronique Coulombe, CEO of Medical Blossom.

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Marie’s 23 Questions are designed to raise the profile of experts in the skincare and cosmetic industry. 

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The skincare field and beauty industry is often known to be superficial; at SkinScience, we want to shine a light on leaders who are authentic and those who bring depth while raising awareness of what they do and who they really are. 

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Veronique Coulombe is the CEO of Medical Blossom Society. Veronique’s approach is based on seven years of consulting experience working directly with healthcare professionals to help them develop profitable practices. Veronique has had the opportunity to support physicians in developing their practices and marketing various products and services. 

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Veronique Coulombe answers Marie’s 23 Questions 

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1.What is your current state of mind?

Grateful. 

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2. Which talent would you most like to have? 

To read people’s minds or predict the future. 😉 

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3. If you were to die and come back as a person or a thing, what would you choose to come back as? 

Me! And I would probably do few things differently. 😉 

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4. Where would you most like to live?

In Barbados. 

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5. What is your most treasured possession? 

Symbolic jewelry. 

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6. What do you most value in your friends?

Integrity.

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7. What is your favorite skincare product?

Sunday Riley – Good Genes.

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8. How do you relax after a stressful day?

Audiobooks, hiking, or watching the sunset with a cup of tea and Lola (my little puppy).

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9. What do you look for in the people you hire?

Creative minds – authentic personalities and people driven to succeed. I’ve quoted Peter Schutz many times: “Hire character. Train skill.”

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10. What advice would you give your 20-year-old self?

Trust your vision and don’t try to “fit in”. 

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In your opinion, what is the biggest challenge facing our industry?Patients’ lack of education towards their condition/s and the treatments and technologies available to them on the market.

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12. What is your favorite part about being the president at Medical Blossom? 

I am able to fuse my passions with my career and I get to work both strategically and creatively.

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13. Describe yourself in one word.

Feisty. 

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14. Where do you hope to be 15 years from now? 

Retired, seriously. 

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15. When have you felt the most proud?

At 17 back then I was coordinating a festival managing half a million dollar budget. I was walking alone on the site the night before the festivities and was watching all the carousels and the stages going up. It made me really proud and still does actually.

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16. What is your most distinctive characteristic? 

My mind. 

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17. Do you have any regrets in your life, what are they?  

I wish I had learned to forgive myself and others faster so that I could move forward. 

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18. What is your idea of perfect happiness?

The day you stop looking for happiness outside of yourself (most people look for it in their career and relationships). 

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19. What leadership lessons have you learned?

Everyone has something to teach you.  Everyone! 

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20. What’s one thing most people don’t know about you?

I realllly do enjoy my alone time.  

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21. If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?  

I would focus more on the progress that has been made instead of trying to reach “perfection”. I’m working on it every day.

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22. What excites you about your career?

Everything there is to learn. How much this career has changed me personally and professionally – and still does. There are so many opportunities around it. 

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23. What do you consider your greatest achievement?

As cheesy as it sounds, the woman I have become. 

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