Lydia Sarfati and CIDESCO Lead in Skin Care Education at IECSC Fort Lauderdale

Sarfati, who serves as Chairman of CIDESCO Section USA, hosted two CIDESCO classes for show attendees to take part in. In her first class, “Aging Skin: Preventative Treatments & Solutions” Sarfati lectured about different factors that contribute to the signs of aging, such as genetics and environmental exposure. Sarfati also discussed treatments and ingredients to help diminish the appearance of aging on the skin, and performed a demonstration for attendees. For her second class, “The Ayurveda Way: Customized Face Massage” Sarfati discussed the foundation of Ayurvedic beliefs and how to apply these learned concepts in creating the best client experience. This class helped professionals understand the functions of the muscles, the lymph, circulatory and immune systems and different facial massage techniques for different skin types. This lecture also included a short demonstration of proper facial massage techniques.


Left: Paul Dykstra, CEO of Cosmetologists Chicago and the American Association for Esthetics – now the Executive Director for CIDESCO Section U.S.A, Right: Lydia Sarfati, Chairman of CIDESCO Section USA and Repêchage CEO & Founder

October 23-24, 2016 Fort Lauderdale, FLRepêchage CEO & Founder Lydia Sarfati lead the way in providing skin care education for show attendees at this year’s IECSC Fort Lauderdale show.

Sarfati’s CIDESCO class “The Ayurveda Way: Customized Face Massage” at IECSC Fort Lauderdale

CIDESCO, the world’s major international beauty therapy association, continues to educate estheticians and skin care professionals across the United States.

Sarfati’s next CIDESCO section will be at the International Salon and Spa Expo in Long Beach, CA, January 28-30, 2017.

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