Greenwich native Ellen Tartaglione followed her passion for skincare as a second career at age 40, even though the cosmetic industry might have already been in her blood thanks to a barber grandfather who cut George Bush’s hair. After spending many years working in an administrative capacity for Fortune 500 companies and in the film production field, Ellen earned an esthetic degree from the highly regarded Atelier Esthetique Institute of Esthetics in New York City and then a postgraduate degree from the Dermal Institute.
Since joining the Greenwich Medical Spa in 2007, Ellen has utilized a holistic approach to skincare and educates and encourages her clients to combine healthy habits with proper homecare and professional treatments. She has played a critical role in the development of the location’s new Acne Clinic, tirelessly researching solutions for acnes sufferers. She is ready to assist them in achieving beautiful, clear skin now and forever.
When she is not helping clients choose the right combination of treatments that provide outstanding results, Ellen continues her education through seminars and advanced training programs including one in advanced makeup and image consulting. She also loves reading about history and exploring the variety of environments and offerings within just a few hours of her hometown. Ellen volunteers with Community Plates, an organization that delivers day-old food from restaurants to homeless shelters, as well as the ASPCA and organizations for military families.