Ronit, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today? I’ve being working in the skincare industry for almost 25 years as an esthetician. I was trained by the top plastic surgeons and dermatologists in Beverly Hills. As an esthetician, I’ve been treating different skin types and colors for many years and helping people look good and feel confident. I used and admired many different skincare brands but I couldn’t find one that has everything I wanted. Things like the State of California Environmental Protection Agency Requirements which are cruelty-free, vegan, alcohol-free, fragrance-free, paraben-free, minimum ingredients. I also prefer the products to be hydrating and gentle on the skin.
Renowned spa owner and esthetician, Ronit Falevitch, believes skincare brings happiness to both her clients and her life. “I enjoy watching my clients smile after the facial. It makes me feel good when I see them so happy and so excited.” Sharing more than fifteen years of expertise with each of her clients, Falevitch’s mastery of skincare includes training with Le Roach Posay, Skinceuticals, Environ, PCA skin, Valmont Switzerland, Image skincare, Dermalogica, Ca Botana International, and more.
Renowned spa owner and esthetician, Ronit Falevitch, believes skincare brings happiness to both her clients and her life. “I enjoy watching my clients smile after the facial. It makes me feel good when I see them so happy and so excited.”
Beverly Hills facialistRonit Falevitchlikes exfoliation for the decolletage: “When you remove dead skin, you get new healthy skin.” To get rid of lines and pigmentation in the area, she advises weekly glycolic peels, microdermabrasion and vitamin C, followed by hydrating honey masks and “light therapy that stimulates collagen.” An alternative is “a mix of hydraquinone and Retin-A, a cocktail I mix up as a topical” (neck-only treatment is $150; face, neck and chest, $500).