Repêchage CEO and Founder Lydia Sarfati Hosts the 2017 Repêchage 3-Day Master Class

January 3, 2018 | 6:53 AM
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Repêchage CEO/Founder and Master Esthetician Lydia Sarfati recently hosted the 2017 annual esthetics Master Class. In this three day advanced educational series, experienced estheticians, students and spa owners mastered the tools they need to achieve success through lecture and hands-on training at the Lydia Sarfati Post Graduate Skin Care Academy in Secaucus, NJ.

Over the course of three days, attendees partook in lectures, demonstrations and hands-on training on a range of skin care knowledge and topics.

Day one of this year’s class included the presentation “Master the Power of Touch”. Sarfati provided a scientific overview of the Repêchage Four Layer Facial, including how to enhance the treatment with exfoliation procedures, and add-ons such as the new Biolight Luminex Mask and Triple Action Peptide Mask.

Day two included “Maser Extractions – Clinical Facials” and “Demystifying Iontophoresis.” Sarfati provided hands-on demonstrations for the class, showing how Repêchage Back Bar products can be used to create customized treatments for all skin types, including normal, oily, problem, dry, sensitive, and aging skin. Sarfati also instructed how to perform proper extraction techniques.

Day three concluded with Sarfati’s presentation “Younger Looking Skin” where she shared the science behind the aging process, including what causes wrinkles, the science behind wrinkle formation, and the changes in the skin that happen at various stages in one’s life.


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