European facial

  • European Facials, Vol. 3

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    Award-winning CIDESCO diplomat, Rita Page, demonstrates the steps of a thorough European facial. Part of a comprehensive three-part series, Vol. 3 continues the facial being demonstrated in Vol. 1 and 2. Rita finishes the facial with a mask customized for different parts of the face (T-zone, eyes, cheeks, and décolleté), hot and cold compresses, and protective facial creams. While products are penetrating, Rita demonstrates how to perform a scalp massage, hand and arm treatment, and foot and lower leg treatment. Rita completes the facial with a post-treatment client consultation. In a special feature, Rita demonstrates how to make her trademark cotton pads. (1 Hr. 51 Mins.)

    Received 2006 Silver Summit Award; Received 2006 Bronze Telly Award; Featured in Les Nouvelles Esthétiques & Spa, Jan. 2007

     

     

  • European Facials, Vol. 2

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    Award-winning CIDESCO diplomat, Rita Page, demonstrates the steps of a thorough European facial. Part of a comprehensive three-part series, Vol. 2 continues the facial begun in Vol. 1. Rita delves into exfoliation (with an enzyme); desincrustation; an extensive essential oil massage on the neck, shoulder, décolleté, and upper arms; extractions (with cotton and extractor); treatment ampoule and cream application; and a product-penetrating facial massage. Massage, an important component of a European facial, is used for application of product as well as a luxurious treatment that completes the spa experience. (1 Hr. 36 Mins.)

    Received 2007 Silver Davey Award; Received 2006 Silver Summit Award; Featured in Les Nouvelles Esthétiques & Spa, Jan. 2007

     

     

     

  • European Facials, Vol. 1

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    Award-winning CIDESCO diplomat, Rita Page, demonstrates the steps of a thorough European facial with detailed massage techniques and a minimal amount of equipment. Part of an award- winning comprehensive three-part series, Vol. 1 includes discussion of facial bed set-up, equipment (stool, steamer, and other tools of the trade), and professionalism. Rita then begins the facial, starting with a client consultation, skin analysis, and an extensive cleansing massage on the face, neck, and décolleté. Massage, an important component of a European facial, is used for application of product as well as a luxurious treatment that completes the spa experience. (1 Hr. 34 Mins.)

    Received 9.5 out of 10 rating in Massage Today, Apr. 2007; Received 2006 Silver Summit Award; Received 2006 Bronze Telly Award; Featured in Les Nouvelles Esthétiques & Spa, Jan. 2007

     

     

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