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PHENOMENAL SUCCESS IN BEAUTY CULTURE.

Apropos of the arrival in Auckland, on a short visit, of Mile. Helena Rubinstein, the Viennese complexion specialist, ! ■whose name is well known throughout the length and breadth of Australasia, it is interesting to read the following comment of that most conservative and| oldest London ladies' paper, "The Queen, on Mile. Rubinstein's astonishing descent on London's high society: — j "Mile. Helena Rubinstein," says theeditress, "came to 24 Graf ton-street sonuv months ago—came, saw the requirements' of Englishwomen as far as beauty cv-- , ture is concerned, and conquered. She; counts among her clientele some of the t highest in the land, and with so large a number of patrons we can realise" how wisely she adapts her treatments to each individual case, and with such undoubted success. The nobility, the county fo'V . all those who dominate society, realise that there is nothing that scatters- so many roses in their paths as the face that they are lookingt their best ana renewing'their youth. A modest to or£soo her patrons are delighted to pay , when the treatment is absolutely crowneo with success, and many write expressing gratitude, pouring in gifts. Beauty and its promotion is assuredly S°° d t w ° r r 7 Women are not only happier, but mora ... agreeable, when they appear good-lopi-ing. Mile. Rubinstein sees on the rage 80 to 120 people a day, and ttte=a all become disciples and patrons ot w» : quite invaluable Valaze." . Mile. Rubinstein's presence here;* owing to her paying a visit of inspection to her Australasian branches, whiw g exist in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, ana Wellington. The Valaze depot m Auc£ - land City Chambers, Queen-street, i» & charge of a very capable and expem. .. enced pupil of -Mile. Rubinsteins, AirsCollins.

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PHENOMENAL SUCCESS IN BEAUTY CULTURE. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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