About Me


 

I am Arlene Embola.

Have you ever felt you don't quite feel like you work, like you don't know what's broken but something must be because you don't quite know why what you do is so ...fleeting? I do suppose many women feel this way about caring for their hair and skin.

I am an Army Veteran who became a licensed beautician and the constant battle to help advise and secure women, including my four daughters in their beauty was exhausting, not to mention the women who were really hurting from thinning, shedding, alopecia coupled with adult acne, facial hair, autoimmune diseases, cancers, lupus, very low self esteem snd more!

I often found a converging of a plithera of issues in one being and I thought... surely, it all must connect.

It did! Keratin Protein, Sebum, Cholesterol, Melanin, Lymph and surely, the skin and hair can do more for us than before thought or imagined.

The scientific and medical community lists the skin as the first line of defense against disease and illness. With hair an appendage of the skin and the dkin the largest organ, why can I not help in a more practical way than cosmetics? 

Little did I know I would stumble upon a care so complete that the results and testimonies still baffle me. We were in distress and all action taken were based upon my faith to do something to help!

I was led to make three handmade products over a three year period, effectively pulling the body back into comprehensive care. My clients needed to know we are created as one being, one body with many members that, physically, are the same, individually and collectively. We all needed a Reeducation!

I make Doxa Balancing Tonique Concentrate in batches based upon inspired and seasonal elements. I make our DoxaSoft soaps in an intense melt and pour method. I make our Doxa Hydrating Gelly in a refined, targeted process. I teach my clients how to cleanse, balance and hydrate their bodies to wholeness.

Desiring a more intelligent and purposefully healthy clientele, I am resolved to slowly introduce Doxa and grow by word of mouth.