Silk Therapeutics Announces New Vice President

Silk Therapeutics hired Victoria Collotta as vice president of professional services and education to oversee the development of the company’s professional products and treatment protocols. In her role, Victoria is responsible for the company’s product and services strategy within the professional spa and medical-spa marketplaces. “This role reflects a complete commitment to our spa and dermatology partners as we see great opportunity within the industry for powerful and clean skin treatments for all,” says Greg Altman, co-founder and CEO. “Victoria’s talent and experience, as well as her passion for serving and treating skin’s of all types and concerns, is perfectly aligned with our values. Her commitment to keeping up with the latest products and treatments is exactly the type of dedication and drive we need in this role.”

Collotta is a 15-year veteran of the spa industry both as a spa owner and master esthetician. She also brings 12 additional years of invaluable retail experience in training, product management, marketing and sales.  She is also the founder of non-profit, Reflect and Restore Mondays, which provides complimentary services—such as facials, manicures, massages and make-up application—to women who have been diagnosed with cancer and are undergoing chemotherapy and/or radiation treatments. Collotta’s first-hand knowledge and expertise will lead the strategic direction of Silk Therapeutics’ spa and medi-spa business, as well as the company’s education and training programs. Silk Therapeutics is an anti-aging skincare line that uses a patented core technology of pure, liquid silk as the primary ingredient and is committed to clean ingredients.

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