Repêchage Hosts Three Day Face and Body Treatment Workshop Academy >> Special Guest, Arinola Adeniyi
Repêchage Hosts Three Day Face and Body Treatment Workshop Academy at Secaucus Headquarters with Special Guest, Arinola Adeniyi, Owner of the First Repêchage Spa de Beauté Concept Salon in Nigeria
From May 3rd through May 5th, 2010, Repêchage hosted an informative, hands-on Face and Body Treatment Workshop Academy for estheticians and cosmetologists looking to attain further knowledge on Repêchage products, treatments and cutting edge Facial Bar concept. Lydia Sarfati, CEO and Founder of Repêchage and Seda Azarian, Director of Education at Repêchage led the class in demonstrations and workshops on full facial rituals as well as express Facial Bar treatments. The class was attended by special guest Arinola Adeniyi, owner of Venivici Health Club & Urban Spa, Repêchage’s first Spa de Beauté Concept Salon to open in Lagos, Nigeria.
What has turned into such a powerful collaboration, bringing Repêchage treatments to Nigeria, started with Ms. Adeniyi sending her staff to attend the recent show in Ghana. “My staff came back with a raving review of Repêchage products, training and Lydia. They brought back Lydia’s book, Success at Your Fingertips, and I couldn’t stop reading it. I immediately sent Lydia an email saying we need to work together, and as they say, the rest is history!” Ms. Adeniyi said.
As of this past February, Ms. Adeniyi’s spa offers Repêchage treatments and products as well as the newly launched line, Kanshi, a collaboration between Repêchage and Dzigbordi Dosoo, Founder and CEO of Allure Africa Ltd., a premier day spa group in Ghana. “Though we’ve only had it for a few months so far, it is going fantastic! These are products we believe in and the few treatments we offer have had great results,” Ms. Adeniyi said. With ambition and great hopes for the future, Ms. Adeniyi continues, “We hope to get Lydia to Nigeria once we build our reputation to the level that Ghana has. We have already spoken with an architect to see how they will create the concept. We are hitting the ground running!” Ms. Adeniyi said.