Repêchage CEO and Founder Lydia Sarfati and exclusive Repêchage Poland distributor D&J Beauty were presented with LNE Poland’s Innovation Award for the new Repêchage Biolight Luminex Mask at this year’s 36th International Congress and Tradeshow.
For Sarfati, it was an honor to receive this recognition. “Creating unique, innovative, and effective products and treatments that combine seaweed and science to produce real results has been our goal for the past 37 years. Knowing that our hard work and research with our Biolight Luminex Mask has paid off is incredibly rewarding.”
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What makes the Biolight Luminex Mask stand-out? According to Sarfati, “Glycolic peels were typically used in the past to help treat hyperpigmentation and uneven skin tone. However, they can be irritating to sensitive skin types. Our new Biolight Luminex Mask is a clay-cream mask that combines AHA’s with deep cleansing Kaolin Clay and natural ingredients to help brighten the appearance of the skin and get a peeling effect without potential irritation. It can be used as a stand-alone express treatment or upgrade to existing facial services.
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Repêchage was amongst the 200 exhibitors at this year’s show, and Sarfati participated in education. Sarfati’s two lectures, “Holistic Approach to Acne” and “Global Beauty Trends,” were well received with 100 and 150 attendees, respectively.
About Repêchage: Since 1980, Repêchage has created a full range of seaweed-based skincare products featured at top spas and salons globally. Forerunners in sea plant technologies and pioneers in seaweed treatments and cosmetics in the US, Repêchage researchers seek out specific seaweeds beneficial for a range of skin care concerns. Our seaweed is harvested from the Brittany Coast of France and Maine, and then processed with our proprietary method at the Repêchage headquarters in Secaucus, NJ to deliver all the benefits from the sea to the skin.