The Best Anti-Aging Skincare and Anti-Stress Experience in Orange and north San Diego Counties

Carol Fouad is the mind, body and spirit of Rejuvessentials.  The essential aspect of rejuvenation is discovering all aspects of your being and bringing them all into balance.  Rejuvessentials offers a unique approach to skincare by offering an opportunity to explore deeper than the neck up. Healthy, vibrant skin is the result of releasing tension; energizing your being; and understanding your uniqueness.

Carol Fouad, LE, CMT specializes in Holistic Esthetics and Intuitive Body Work.   Carol’s approach to bringing the skin into balance is not only to provide skincare services using premium skincare products and effective techniques, but to incorporate various Body Work modalities including CranioSacral Therapy;  Reflex-Aromatherapy; BEMER Technology; and Healing Laser Therapy to balance the individual from the inside out.  When body functioning improves, the skin reflects that inner health and well-being.  Carol is also Oncology-Trained and Certified providing skincare to those challenged by the side affects of standardized cancer treatments.

She began her career in Beauty and Wellness in 1985 after completing a Cosmetology Course in Denver, CO followed by  Massage Therapy Training in New Jersey.  She went on to immerse herself in numerous post-graduate training classes in some of the following subjects:  Aromatherapy, Advanced Esthetics, Facial Shiatsu, Foot Reflexology, Spinal Reflexotherapy,CranioSacral Therapy, Inner Child Healing, and SomatoEmotional Release to name a few.  Beauty and Wellness is not just her chosen career path – it’s her passion.

“The clients I service are aware of the importance of being treated as a whole person and are willing to commit to “partnering” in an effort to achieve results. Whether they are concerned about the condition of their skin or the functioning of their body, my assessments and approach require consideration of the physical, mental, spiritual and emotional aspects of who they are.”

Carol L. Fouad