PRLog - March 15, 2012 - FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- According to Ms. Grossman, “Most people think that the product doesn’t work, but what really happens is that they are sold a product line that doesn’t fit in with their lifestyle. A working mother of three does not have any time to sleep, let alone have a complicated skin routine. My job is to educate my clients, and find a solution to their skin problem. I do sell a product line, but many times I send them to the local drugstore to purchase Cetaphil cleanser because I know it works and it is affordable.”
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As a person who had “bad” skin most of her life and did a hard core Accutane protocol in her youth, Ms. Grossman uses her personal experience along with her esthetic education to help you achieve results. “I always ask a person how much time do they have in their day and what is their budget” says Ms. Grossman. “Most people walk into a store and are sold a product line without anyone asking questions about lifestyle”. She has found that most people are discouraged or frustrated that products don’t deliver results. “I tell my clients that 60% of your skincare routine is what you do at home, but if you don’t have the time or the budget for that product, it is not for you.”
As a volunteer with the American Cancer Society’s Look Good… Feel Better Program, she saw firsthand how she can transform a woman by giving her eyelashes. She chose NOVALASH as the brand to use, as their product is medically approved and she works with health challenged individuals. “When I give a woman back her lashes, I also see a transformation and her self-esteem is restored. But I think I get more out if then the client” says Ms. Grossman. This volunteer work also encouraged Ms. Grossman to go for addition training in Oncology Esthetics to assist people who are going through cancer treatment and are having skin problems due to treatment.
Ms. Grossman opened her Beauty on Premise, first as a mobile skincare company, but soon found that most people didn’t want to go to a salon or spa and wanted a private place, but not necessarily in their home. She still offers “on premise” service for select clients, but created an environment that is private and not rushed. “When you come into the Beauty Bar it is like visiting a friend’s house, sit, have a cup of tea, check your email (we have wifi) and you can put your makeup on at the makeup table, brush out your hair, and leave when you are ready.” Beauty On Premise offers late nights and Sunday appointments, to fit into a working person’s schedule.
Ms. Grossman specializes in oncology esthetics and anti-aging. All her products in the Beauty Bar are paraben and fragrance free and safe for anyone going through a health crisis, or those with sensitivities. “Even the candles we use are soy based and paraben free” says Ms. Grossman.
She stays educated on the latest procedures and offers, LED Light Therapy, Diamond Microdermabrasion and Micro-Needling for anti-aging. By appointment only and appointments can also be scheduled on-line and via Facebook.
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Beauty On Premise LLC
Beauty on Premise is a boutique beauty bar specializing in customized skincare, eyelash extensions, eyebrow and makeup designory