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Topics: Ayurveda, Skin, Herbalism
Shahnaz Husain-The Beauty Diva Quoting -"In life you get what you negotiate. Any woman has the capacity to do what I did it doesn 't matter what you want, what matters is how badly you do it”.
Introduction:
Shahnaz Husain, the pioneer and leader of herbal care in India, has achieved unprecedented international acclaim for her practical application of Ayurveda. With a burning desire to recapture an ancient heritage, Shahnaz Husain has taken India 's Ayurvedic tradition to every corner of the globe.
After training for 10 years in cosmetic therapy and cosmetic chemistry, at leading institutions of the West, like Helena Rubinstein, Arnould Taylor, Swarzkopf, Christine Valmy, Lancome and Lean of Copenhagen, Shahnaz returned to her roots and studied Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of herbal healing. She set up her herbal clinic in her own home, in a very small way, rejecting the existing salon treatment methods and devised her own herbal treatments. She introduced a totally new concept of "care and cure". She also began to formulate her own Ayurvedic products.
This was the beginning of the legendary Shahnaz Herbal and other ranges. In fact she has become known for her specialized clinical treatments and therapeutic products for specific problems like acne, pigmentation, scars and blemishes, skin-sensitivity, dandruff, hair loss and alopecia. Today, Shahnaz Husain heads a chain of over 400 franchise salons in India and abroad, with outlets in prestigious stores and locations all over the world. Her franchise-based enterprise has helped in the worldwide extension of the Shahnaz Herbal clinics, popularising her formidable range of nearly 350 products.
Shahnaz has received several national and international awards, including the World 's Greatest Woman Entrepreneur Award from Success Group of the U.S.A. She is the first woman to be so honoured, in the 107-year history of the Success awards. Among her other awards are the Arch of



Bibliography: Books ‘Indian Entrepreneurship’ by Chandana Sinha, Surendra Publications, 2010 Articles Shahnaz Husain: The Free Spirit of an Entrepreneur by Christina Daniels, Wed, 13 Mar 2013 12:45:00 GMT  Websites www.shahnaz.in www.wikipedia.com www.mylifewall.com www.scribd.com

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