Natural Skin Care Studio Battles Aging, Acne and Human Trafficking
Face2Face Skincare and Makeup Studio, in Roseville, is committed to bringing clients naturally healthier skin and also to helping victims of sexual slavery. Five percent of all sales are donated to Shared Hope International, which fights trafficking around the world.
“Skin care has to be about more than beauty; it’s about restoring confidence, good health and community,” says Cynthia Kretschmar, Face2Face owner. “The natural condition of the skin is to be healthy. Modern lifestyles and some bad choices, as well as disease, interfere with the skin’s natural function.” Face2Face uses all-natural products and treatments to restore skin to its naturally beautiful and healthy condition
“We take our philosophy of natural restoration and apply it to the community; it keeps our priorities straight,” Kretschmar says. When beauty alone is the goal, she explains, unhealthy treatment choices for quick results can lead to long-term skin damage. When naturally healthy skin is the goal, beauty is a natural outcome that can last a lifetime because the skin isn’t damaged in the treatment process.
Kretschmar is a licensed esthetician with 25 years of experience in the cosmetics and skin care industry. She chose to open her own skin-care business so she could better pursue her passion for a natural approach to skin health and make a contribution to the community she serves.
Face2Face Skincare and Makeup Studio, 1935 Cty. Rd. B2 W., Roseville. For more information, call 651-631-1056 or visit Face2FaceSkincare.com.