DENISE BARBOSA
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retail or Private Label Candles

ny recommendation on which company for retailing candles?   Continue

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Looking for a graphic artist to create logo. Any suggestions.Thank youContinue

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Looking to private label brow makeup, .....brow pencils, highlighters, brow gel, brow powder.Any suggestions please.Continue

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For those of you that are trained in Permanent Cosmetics and those who are interested!I'm a licensed Permanent Cosmetic Technician and am trained in the Softap method. I've been licensed for a year now and love it. It helped that i was already an Esthetician when i was trained.Permanent makeup is a cosmetic technique which employs tattoos (permanent pigmentation of the dermis) as a means of producing designs that resemble makeup, such as eyelining and other permanent enhancing colors to…See More
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Licensed Esthetician
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DENISE BARBOSA's Blog

Mag light with a stand

Looking for a mag light with a stand that does not emit any heat. I saw led light at the show seem pretty weak, but it did not emit any heat on the skin. Please help looking for something to easily pull back and fourth and that is strong. I need it for brow and face waxing. Thank you

Posted on March 16, 2014 at 2:44pm

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At 1:42pm on October 8, 2014, Chelle Yelvington said…
Hi Denise--glad that you're getting some good images! I would love to see what he's done for you!
At 10:44am on June 4, 2013, Amy Lynn Scheele said…

hello.  please contact me if you are interested in a barber chair.  our spa  no longer needs it, and the owner would like to sell.  there are other items you may be interested in too.  all in perfect condition, cheaper then retail.  she had to consolidate her spa and salon, and has lots of furnature, product, and equiptment that needs unloading. 

At 7:08pm on January 26, 2013, Deborah Kenney said…

Denise, I use Tu'el products from the Wax Queen-essential oil blend after
completing waxing, Clear It and Platinum Soothing Creme. I recommend they start exfoliating in 48 hours, with exfoliating gloves and bath gel, (some might need the addition of a scrub) and moisturizer when they've dried off. If she always welts up might be an allergic reaction and some say to have them take something like Bendryl 30 min before appointment.

At 10:12am on July 12, 2012, Denise Ivers said…

Hi Denise

I use PCA SKIN Peels and home care products. 

Treating hyperpigmentation can be tricky but the key to treating it is understanding the cause.  Some medications like birth control pills, hormone replacement therapy and other drugs to treat hypo/hyperthyroidism can cause hyperpigmentation. As well as trauma to the skin.  Also diuretics and antibiotics can make the skin more sensitive to the sun resulting in pigment issues.

It's so important to educate your clients as to what they need to do at home to prevent their pigmentation from getting worse during and after treatment.  Home care products are a MUST or they are just throwing money away.  So they need to use a good quality pigment product and sunscreen DAILY.   I have many clients with melasma that have had excellent results with a combination of PCA SKIN peels (TCA's Sensi Peel and Ultra Peel I) and home care.  My product of choice is PCA's Pigment Gel Hydroquinone Free.  With some clients that have very difficult to lift pigment, I start them with the PCA Pigment Gel that has hydroquinone. They use this product for 4-6 weeks (it's not safe for long term use) then switch over to the HQ free formula.  I get great results with most clients that are on this regimen and have 6-8 peels twice a year. Some take 8-10 peels. 

Hope this helps!

Denise

At 8:46pm on July 11, 2012, Lisanne Wilcox said…

The closest I have right now is in New Jersey but we will be adding in more things in that area later in the year. What exactly are you looking to gain from an apprenticeship? I work with salons and schools across the country so I can keep my eye out. I also run a group on Facebook and LinkedIn called Esty2Esty, that's a great place to network too, feel free to post on there as well.

At 2:27pm on June 27, 2012, jackie mozingo said…

Hi Denise, sorry just checked my email. Not sure If I can help you but will try.

 
 
 

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