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With Simply New I have created an oasis where I can treat one with the finest products and methods I am passionate about. After years of experience it is my decision to work with these products and methods because they work!

MICROBLADING (Semi-Permanent) technique of drawing fine hair lines according to your morphology and the golden proportion of (φ 1.618). Creating more definition with colour form and intensity is why I chose the art of Phibrows Microblading. RégimA is a natural cosmetic booster. The synergy of the ingredients revive youthfulness and tonus of your skin. Lydia Dainow is the gentle alternative to RégimA.

It is wise to change treatments according to the seasons. Stress factors of wind, snow, sun and dryness are harsh to cope with. Both of these cosmetics restore and sustain a calm balanced skin. Fruitacid, enzymes or microdermabrasion peelings are perfect for anti-aging and combating skin problems like acne. For manicures and pedicures I use Essie Gel Couture, for body and facial hair removal warm wax. Epilation for permanent facial-hair. Natural mineral colours for make-up are by Claré Blanc. CC CREAM and lipsticks are by Sans Soucis.

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About me


I qualified in South Africa in 1979 and worked for a few years in the cosmetic industry for various Cosmetic firms before emigrating to Switzerland in 1985. My first years here were devoted to my children. As they grew older, I started working part time in cosmetics again.

Feeling the need to work independently, I started my own business which has created the opportunity to further my knowledge and practice in this field which I am so passionate about. Simply new salon is a quiet oasis where one can relax and enjoy treatments with new techniques.

Contact


If this sounds simply good to you, just call me.
Your time with me is garanteed and you will leave feeling simply fresh!

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Penelope Roth
Imbisbühlstrasse 96
8049 Zürich
079 508 12 74
info@simply-new.ch
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