Eunice Park, M.D., a dual-certified Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon in Long Island, named a Super Doctor by New York Times Magazine, took a trip to South Korea and brought back clinical K-Beauty to the U.S. Dr. Park is the founder of AIREM, the first Korean beauty-inspired medical aesthetic spa in the US, based on the concept of gwallee, a Korean principle of maintaining self-care with purpose and intention.
Dr. Park received her degree from the Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University before becoming a Macy Foundation Scholar. She obtained her Masters in Public Health from Columbia University and completed the Physician CEO Executive Program from the Northwestern University Kellogg Business School. She completed her general surgery internship, head and neck surgery residency, and facial plastic and reconstructive surgery fellowship at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan.
Related: S. Alexander Earle, M.D., Designs a Safer Alternative to the Brazilian Butt Lift
AIREM provides medical-grade skin care, aesthetic treatments and plastic surgery in an state-of-the-art facility that is designed to balance the Eastern and Western principles of beauty. The AIREM Retreat incorporates a traditional tea ceremony while AIREM Essentials, Dr. Park's physician-formulated, K-beauty skincare line is designed to enhance aesthetic procedures.
"During my trip, I met with our lab on a new skin care product formulation, as well as top aesthetic doctors and research companies developing the latest in clinical K-beauty," said Dr. Park. "I traveled to Baekyangsa temple and met with world-renowned Buddhist monk and acclaimed chef of temple cuisine, Jeong Kwan and shared a meditative tea ceremony. I was inspired to bring back elements of this experience to AIREM."