"We’ve learned that aesthetics has the potential to change more than just the appearance. For people in developing countries who suffer from burn injuries or congenital conditions, a change in their appearance can change their lives— enabling them to fully participate in their communities, attend school, and provide for their families. 5 billion people worldwide lack access to safe, timely surgical care. Equality of medical training is essential to bridging this gap. Today, there are only 3 female surgeons for every 1 million people in low-income countries, often due to a lack of equal access to significant technical training or obstacles to gaining acceptance in their field. SkinCeuticals has partnered with @resurgeinternational, a global not-for-profit dedicated to empowering local doctors in order to increase access to reconstructive surgical care in developing countries.