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Maxine Warsh

Founder, Maxine Warsh Facial Rejuvenation

In the decade since Miami expat Maxine Warsh established her Toronto skin rejuvenation business, she has treated over 9000 faces to anti-aging therapies and introduced cosmetic microcurrent as a viable non-invasive, not surgical option to look good/feel good to baby boomers. An entrepreneur in the facial rejuvenation business, Maxine has also developed a line of skin care products and MWFR-branded cosmetic microcurrent technology for salon and home use. As well as introducing The Warsh Cloth -- now one of her best sellers, which removes makeup and grime with water only -- Maxine has recently launched her first product for children with The Baby Warsh Cloth.

Maxine has lived in Canada for almost 19 years, but still visits Miami on a regular basis. She has a B.Sc. from the University of Florida in Gainesville, and worked as a small business entrepreneur in the U.S. before moving north to marry her husband. Maxine Warsh offers a range of anti-aging and natural skin care products and is in the process of diversifying to offer skin care renewal training and products to operators (spas/others looking for a new source of income) in this major growth industry. Maxine is a partner in online networking/publishing venture for women that is about to be launched.
Why Women Need to Say

Why Women Need to Say "No" To Get Ahead

In Toronto this week, some 800 women who probably share ambition and the desire to move ahead in their careers attended a Women of Influence Arianna Huffington lunch sponsored by Deloitte and were lucky enough to hear inspiring words from keynote speaker Arianna Huffington, founder of The Huffington Post, who introduced her concept of The Third Metric.
09/21/2013 10:15 EDT