Physicians 2019-02-26T16:46:14+00:00

Leslie Baumann, MD

Cosmetic Dermatologist, Founder and CEO

Dr. Leslie Baumann is an internationally renowned board-certified dermatologist, bestselling writer, media personality, sought-after lecturer and the CEO of Baumann Dermatology. Dr. Baumann has served as a Professor of Dermatology at the University of Miami where she founded the first Academic Cosmetic Dermatology Research Institute in the Unites States in 1997. She authored the first textbook on Cosmetic Dermatology (McGraw Hill, 2002 and 2009) which has been translated into 8 languages and become the most widely used cosmetic dermatology textbook around the world. Her latest textbook, Cosmeceuticals and Cosmetic Ingredients (McGraw Hill, 2014) is an encyclopedia of ingredients used by aestheticians, cosmetic chemists and dermatologists worldwide.  Dr. Baumann also wrote the New York Times bestseller, The Skin Type Solution (2005) which describes her scientifically validated and widely adopted Baumann Skin Typing System. Dr. Baumann also authors a twice-monthly column for The Miami Herald Newspaper, a monthly column Cosmeceutical Critique in the trade newspaper Dermatology News, a monthly column in the Australian magazine Professional Beauty and her blog

Dr. Baumann founded Baumann Cosmetic & Research Institute (BCRI) in 2009 which has since become internationally known for its role in bringing cosmetic product and procedure innovations thru the FDA approval process and into the hands of physicians who Dr. Baumann personally trains on new techniques. Dr. Baumann’s extensive experience as a Professor of Dermatology, Author and Researcher gives BCRI’s patients access to the most cutting-edge science and technologies to improve the skin and body’s healthy and appearance. In 2014, Dr. Baumann founded Skin Type Solutions Franchise System which uses a turn-key in office skincare retail methodology based on the 16 Baumann Skin Types® that is now used by over 100 doctors to train their staff and prescribe efficacious skincare regimens and treatment plans to their patients.   This system provides an online retail store and educational material offered through participating doctors.

Dr. Baumann’s research has been instrumental in the FDA approval of Botox, Dysport, Kybella, Voluma, Sculptra, Juvéderm, Restylane Silk, UltraShape Power, Ulthera, Rhofade, Mirvasco, Tazorac foam, Tri-Luma and other groundbreaking drugs and treatments. She has authored over 190 medical publications. She is a Fellow of the prestigious American Dermatological Association, member of the American Academy of Dermatology and board-certified by the American Board of Dermatology.

Heather Woolery-Lloyd, MD

Cosmetic and General Dermatologist

Heather Woolery-Lloyd, MD is an internationally recognized expert in skin of color and is a dermatologist at Baumann Cosmetic Dermatology. She has lectured at national and international conferences on the cosmetic concerns of skin of color, and been published in Ethnic Skin and Hair and Skin and Aging, among others. Dr. Woolery-Lloyd completed her undergraduate studies at Georgetown University and later earned her medical degree at the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine. She completed her training in dermatology at the University of Miami, where she also served as chief resident.

Dr. Woolery-Lloyd practices dermatology in both a private practice and academic settings. She is the Director of Ethnic Skin Care for the University of Miami, Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery. In addition, she is the creator of Specific Beauty, a skincare line developed to address the needs of women with multi-hued skin tones.

Dr. Woolery-Lloyd participates extensively in clinical research, serving as an investigator for clinical trials with an emphasis on increasing inclusion of patients with skin of color. She has been featured as an expert dermatologist in various publications, including O, Allure and Prevention. Dr. Woolery-Lloyd also serves as the Director of the dermatology curriculum for the University of Miami, School of Medicine and has served on the Diversity Task Force for the American Academy of Dermatology.