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“Our mission is to provide seaweed-based skin care products and treatments that truly work, as well as provide estheticians with proper education so they can be successful in business. All of our products and treatments are made in the USA using high-quality ingredients, and are developed to be both innovative and effective, leaving your clients looking and feeling better than when they first walked in.” Lydia Sarfati, Repêchage CEO and Founder


Repêchage is the original innovator and worldwide leader in seaweed-based skin care since 1980. Repêchage combines the pure, healthy benefits of sustainably harvested seaweed from the coast of Maine and France with the most advanced technological research to create the very best professional skin care products and treatments.


Created and developed by master esthetician, Chairman of CIDESCO Section U.S.A, and renowned skin care expert, Lydia Sarfati, Repêchage revolutionized the beauty industry with the launch of the Four Layer Facial - a ground-breaking, uni-dose treatment that incorporates layers of sustainably-harvested seaweed topped by a mineral thermal mask that heats up to 101°F. Called the “facial of the century” by Cosmopolitan Magazine, today it is the number one selling facial treatment around the world.


All Repêchage products are made in the USA in their family-owned and operated ISO 9001:15 and GMP certified manufacturing, research, and development facility in Secaucus, NJ. Repêchage products are distributed exclusively through salons, spas, and medical centers in 50 countries.


Dedicated to professional education, Repêchage is proud to be a CIDESCO USA Associate Member and produces leading educational events throughout the year, including webinars, hands-on workshops at the Lydia Sarfati Post Graduate Skin Care Academy, and esthetics courses at industry tradeshows.

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