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Skin Care and Makeup for Mature Skin


with Lindsey Pabst

Calendar Mar 22, 2023 at 10 am, runs for 1 week

Presented by: Lindsey Pabst and Blair Cresta

A little about Lindsey...Lindsey has over 10 years of experience in the skincare industry and has a passion for treating aging, sun damaged skin. She has worked with numerous medical directors and received hundreds of hours of continued education courses. Lindsey recently partnered with a nurse practitioner and opened a medical spa in Stratham, NH called Mochi Skin. They offer many different advanced skin treatments, lash and brow services, skin tightening and injectables.

A little about Blair....Blair is a licensed esthetician and makeup artist with 8 years experience working for brides and their families. She has a passion for enhancing one’s natural beauty and making people feel confident in their own skin. Her goal is to help clients feel like the best version of themselves,whether that be through makeup or skin care.

A little about the class....

In the skin care portion we will cover..

.-Developing a skin care routine (AM & PM)

-Choosing the right products for your skin type

-Product recommendations

-Advanced & professional skin treatments

In the makeup portion we will cover...

-Makeup basics-Choosing the right products for your skin type

-Correct ways to apply makeup

-Choosing what features to accentuate

-Common makeup mistakes

-Product recommendations


Mochi Skin

157 Portsmouth Ave. Suite 4

Stratham, NH 03885


Ready or Not? Its Never too Early


with Rachel Desgrossliers

Calendar Apr 5, 2023 at 10:30 am, runs for 1 week

 Preparing for when I die? Are you serious? Absolutely. And, it’s never too early. Being prepared for end of life is a gift to yourself when you become unable to attend to things yourself or for those you leave behind. Learn how to Create a Great End of Life Plan. You will be amazed at the weight lifted off your shoulders. Keep everything in one place and make sure someone knows where it is. Most important of all, talk to someone you trust and often. Make it as simple or thorough as you want but do it. Care enough to make it easier on them. Losing you will be hard enough. They will thank you and love you for it.

Rachel Desgrosseilliers is retired from several careers. She has assisted many people through their end of life and learned how many things can go wrong when health fails or tragedy happens. Through her experiences, she has created a plan that she urges people follow that can help prevent lots of legal, emotional & costly headaches and heartaches.

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