Erika

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Zoe-Life grew out of a desire to create a luxury skin care product line using a combination of organic naturally occurring products and safe, effective, scientifically derived ingredients to get a synergistic balance between both worlds.

Erika Vatsar-Fail M.D., is the developer and founder of Zoe-Life skin care products. She received her M.D. Degree in 1999 from The University of Nevada School of Medicine, minored in Chemistry, and completed a residency in Anesthesiology at The University of Texas Medical Center in Galveston, Texas. She is a practicing Board Certified Anesthesiologist. She went into private practice in Phoenix Arizona and is still an active physician today doing a variety of cases ranging from plastic surgery to pediatrics.

Before attending medical school she started her journey on a much different path. Her first business exposure to the cosmetic field was employment with a hair products manufacturing company. Initially she pursued graphic design, art and advertising degree because of her love of being creative. Family hardships temporarily cut short her pursuit of graphic design and later prompted her to pursue medicine. While pursuing a career in medicine, Erika worked for a non-profit organ, tissue, and eye procurement organization, and volunteered in several hospitals. After college she worked in a genetics lab at Corning Nichols Institute, a biotechnology, and pharmaceutical healthcare company.

Erika is a doctor, but a woman first that knows the importance of staying feminine in an often male dominated world. She has always wanted to produce effective, reasonably priced products she could customize and improve on from a women's perspective using personal experience, Chemistry education, and a Physicians knowledge and experience.



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