Clinical Electrologist Berenice S. Rothenberg is Today’s Honoree

BereniceBerenice S. Rothenberg has been offering electrolysis, skin care, laser hair removal and other beauty treatments in New York City for over 41 years. Berenice is a Certified Clinical Electrologist (CCE), a FEHS licensed Cosmetologist and a member of some of the most prestigious electrolysis societies in the country. Berenice has been recognized as a beauty expert for decades and has set an industry standard in the provision of successful beauty and skin care solutions. As one of the first professionals in the field of electrolysis to be nationally certified, Berenice has been a pioneer in creating new and innovative treatments for the removal of unwanted hair.

In 1982, Berenice opened Berenice Electrolysis and Personal Beauty Center and has built her business on her passion for beauty, dedication to learning and commitment to delivering consistent, quality work.  Berenice has treated thousands of clients over the last forty years and has established a loyal clientele base that travel from near and far to receive her services. Berenice prides herself on treating every client with respect and integrity and develops trusting relationships that last for years.

Berenice is a student of her craft and continues to expand her knowledge of the latest technologies and techniques in hair removal and beauty treatments. Her extensive knowledge and decades of experience allow clients to have confidence and trust in any of the services that Berenice provides.

Berenice Electrolysis and Personal Beauty Center has been recognized as Best Hair Removal in New York City by Modern Luxury Manhattan magazine and has been featured in numerous beauty publications including, Vogue,Harper’s Bazaar, InStyle, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Gotham and W magazine.

Berenice is a proud member of:

The NYS Association of Laser Hair Removal Specialists
The Society of Clinical Member Hair Removal (SCMHR)

Visit Berenice for more information.

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