Lydia Sarfati, Repêchage president and founder, launched three new anti-aging hand treatments to skincare and spa professionals from across the country at a hands-on training at the Lydia Sarfati Academy in Secaucus, NJ. “We have mastered anti-aging for the face and neck, and with manicure services still on the rise, it made sense to marry the two services,” says Sarfati. “Hands are always out in the open and they can often be a window into our true age. Spa clients want beautiful skin on their face and they want their hands to match.” Repêchage's corporate educator, Lauren Streeter, presented proper Anti-Aging for the Hands techniques, including proper massage, chemical peel and mask application procedures. Featuring the Repêchage Biolight Brightening Glyco-Sea Glycolic Peel, dead skin cells are gently removed to reveal healthy, glowing skin. A fresh, cooling European seaweed mask is then applied to the hands to help rejuvenate, tone, and firm the skin. Upon completion of the course, attendees were awarded with the Diplôme D’ Honneur, a diploma offered at the academy. Spa and salon owners can implement the new anti-aging and anti-hyper pigmentation services just in time for fall skincare repair.
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