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Pamela Good believes that purpose in life is a journey, which is no surprise to why she believes in her business, Good Skin Matters. She began the business in Denver in 2002, and it is now located in Monarch Crossings on the same side of the street as Alba Bakery. Good has made her business, Good Skin Matters, part of the Discovery Pass, offering specials on services including: Microdermabrasion, Photorejuvenation, High Frequency, Corrective Skin Care and Body treatments.

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Good shared some background into why she chose to focus on skin care, “I am honored and humbled to have been called upon to be a caregiver. For over 25 years I’ve enjoyed taking care of clients and family alike. It’s natural for me to assist those in need in many areas — skincare, medical care, elder care, and childcare.”

Good has a long resume in skin care, but initially entered it for personal reasons. “My skin was breaking out and scarring. I started getting facials and looked for solutions. I was a member of the Thespians behind the scenes team and after graduation, I worked at the Heritage Square Opera House. I contracted with John Casablanca Modeling, Ford Agencies, and served as a production Make-Up Artist for Silverplate Photography with JoAnn Cappell, who suggested I get my license. I am so happy that I took her advice.”

Good attended beauty school for skincare and worked at Porter hospital while obtaining her medical certifications. Then she worked for a day spa in Cherry Creek, quickly realizing that self-employment might serve as a better fit.

Good has also owned and operated businesses in Denver and Salida: Mobile Skincare Clinic, Pam’s Place Day and in 2002, opening Good Skin Matters in Denver.

“I feel honored to be your skin care resource, welcoming clients, and educating our community with issues regarding high country skin care,” said Good.