LifeSource in Minneapolis was the place to be last Saturday if you wanted to learn anything and everything about healthy skincare practices. In a full-to-capacity room, Charles E. Crutchfield III, MD, a board-certified dermatologist and clinical professor of dermatology at the University of Minnesota Medical School, held court for an hour-long presentation that kept attendees engaged and wanting more.
Dr. Crutchfield expounded on a variety of skincare conditions and treatments, with audience members interjecting questions throughout the session, from concerns about the coronavirus (listen to the CDC, not political representatives) to alopecia and more. Although the presentation slides of people battling unfortunate skin ailments were tough to view at times, the conversation remained lighthearted and breezy, with one person humorously asking the attending doctor if he could help another attendee in the throes of a bad coughing fit.
(See a Facebook Live video of the panel discussion below)
After the discussion, Dr. Crutchfield stayed to field even more questions, and the line stretched across the room with attendees waiting to speak with him one-on-one.
Vocalist Samia Butler topped off the afternoon with an affirming and soulful serenade, as did KMOJ’s Q Bear, who spun a mix of laid-back jams. Attendees also shopped and played games and won prizes.
To learn more about Dr. Crutchfield’s services, visit www.crutchfielddermatology.com.
Next up: Sister Spokesman presents “Is Homeownership for You?” on April 4 from 12-4 pm at Habitat for Humanity, located at 1954 University Ave. W. in St. Paul.