You must be aware that skincare problems are quite problem in this day and age and it is also worth noting that even though you don’t realize it, almost each and everyone around you is facing skin problems on a daily basis. The problem is also of the fact that people are hesitant to visit and even acknowledge their skin problems saying that it might get healed on its own or that they “don’t care” as it is covered by their clothes. However, this is a very wrong approach and one that GetHarley is trying to change with its telehealth for skincare.

As we mentioned earlier, people do not visit skin clinics because of shame or some other reason such as negligence or even cost. However, with the help of GetHarley, you can get skincare via telehealth which means that the cost of transportation gets saved as well as you can consult practicing experts right from your couch. GetHarley describes itself as the provider of “a direct channel to qualified skincare professionals, including dermatologists and plastic surgeons, who recommend products and treatments for conditions such as acne, uneven skin tone or hyperpigmentation, rosacea, melasma, and more”. The best part is that an online consultation just costs $50 for 30 minutes and more senior-level consultant dermatologists can be had for $186 when complex medical histories are involved. Apart from this, GetHarley sells personalized skincare products as well to its patients.

Charmaine Chow, the founder of GetHarley, said in a press release that “The skincare industry is overflowing with false claims, celebrity marketing and thousands upon thousands of choices about how to care for your skin”. “You end up wasting huge amounts of time, money and energy trying to figure out what works for you. I should know — I looked everywhere for solutions for my challenging skin. And while consumers are being pulled in multiple directions, clinicians are time-poor and overstretched and you can never quite get hold of them. GetHarley solves all this, giving experts a one-stop platform, and helping global consumers get access to the best advice in a crowded marketplace.”