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Repêchage Founder and CEO, Lydia Sarfati, shares her ‘American Dream’

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Repêchage CEO and founder, Lydia Sarfati, served as an honorary speaker at the first anniversary of American Dreams Beauty Center, a full service wellness center located in the heart of Zakopane, Poland – a popular tourist destination.
Since opening in October of 2016, Repêchage Professional Skin Care has helped contribute to the success of American Dreams.
“Repechage was the first brand we introduced,” said American Dreams Beauty Center owner Patrycja Furczon.

“The brand is based on natural ingredients, and its philosophy perfectly corresponds to our holistic approach. We promote a healthy lifestyle and focus on natural skin care methods, which has helped us earn our customers’ trust. One of the most popular treatments is the Repêchage Hydra Medic Facial, designed for problem skin – the effects speak for themselves and clients love the apparent benefits. If the treatment is effective, then the client comes back. With Repêchage, this is case. “
Sarfati-1“Hard work, dedication, and an investment in your passion is what it takes to fulfill the American Dream,“  said Sarfati. 
Sarfati was asked to share her American Dream story with the 100 attendees. A native of Poland herself, Sarfati moved from Poland to New York City in 1970 to pursue a career in aesthetics. In 1977, after receiving recognition from NY Daily News, Sarfati opened her first skin care salon. During this time, she recognized the need for a quality, professional facial treatment that could be administered by all licensed cosmetologists in the United States. This led to the launch of the Repêchage Four Layer Facial in 1980. The treatment was well received, and in one year Repêchage became available in over 75 salons across the United States and was launched in Japan. Today, Repêchage can be found in over 45 countries around the globe.

Attendees also learned about Repêchage’s newest professional treatments: the Biolight™ Luminex Mask and Triple Action Peptide Mask. As Sarfati explained, while glycolic peels were typically used in the past to help treat hyperpigmentation and uneven skin tone, they can be irritating to sensitive skin types. The new Repêchage Biolight Luminex Mask is a clay cream mask that combines AHA’s with deep cleansing Kaolin Clay to get a peeling effect without potential irritation. The new Repêchage Triple Action Peptide Mask is a power-packed sheet mask that combines multiple Peptides and pure Seaweed extract to help hydrate, firm, and brighten the skin’s appearance.

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