Rhonda Allison Announces Winner of Face-Off Competition

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Rhonda Allison Clinical Enterprises just named Larisa Bercu of Nekadam Skincare (Denver) the winner of the 2017 National Face-Off Competition. The National Face-Off Competition is an annual contest held by Rhonda Allison Cosmeceuticals that measures client progress using the Rhonda Allison treatment system and home-care products.

Larisa Bercu, the winner of Rhonda Allison's 2017 National Face-Off
Competition // Photo by Rhonda Allison Clinical Enterprises

“I’m proud to be part of a profession that changes lives for the better every day," says Rhonda Allison, founder and CEO of Rhonda Allison Clinical Enterprises. "The dedicated and talented aesthetic professionals who are helping advance our industry, deserve to be recognized and honored for their hard work and professionalism. The National Face-off Competition is just one of the ways in which we celebrate these individuals and the skill they bring to the aesthetics industry.”

Skincare professionals collaborated with their clients to gather photos that accurately displayed the before and after outcome of a three month period of treatments. The winners were chosen based on the overall results and noteworthy changes in skin appearance.

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All winners were awarded a cash prize, as well as Rhonda Allison products. The competition's runner up was Jacklyn Herbert of Serenity Skin Studio (Jacksonville, FL), and third place was awarded to Alexandra Wallin. 

“All of our winners achieved truly impressive results in a short period of time - a real testament to the impact of professional treatments and quality skin care ingredients,” says Allison.   

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