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Waxing & Facial for Humanity


My mom said, “You can get a recipe from anyone, but your own hand is the key”.


I grew up in Bali, Indonesia and moved to the United States to marry my beloved husband in 2004. When I moved here, my husband suggested that I start a career that I like and give myself time to adjust and learn about the U.S. I am very lucky to have a husband who has supported and helped me out from the beginning of my life here. I chose to become an Esthetician because I had the fortunate opportunity to learn about traditional beauty treatments from my mom, who owned a Javanese spa in Bali.


I have worked full-time as a Licensed Esthetician since 2005 and was with several spas in Maryland before opening my own studio in Rockville, MD in 2018. I adopted my mom’s traditional techniques and combined them with modern treatments into my own unique signature style. My customers express appreciation frequently for my unique services and individual attention to their specific needs. I get this from my mom, who teaches me that “You can get a recipe from anyone, but your own hand is the key”.


I offer full body waxing and customized facials for every skin condition and continually exceeds the MD State continuing education requirements to stay abreast of the newest trends in skin care. My studio is a place where I touch clients that trusts me. 100% of my income to support my philantrophy for orphans & people in needs in Indonesia. Thank you for all of your support!

October 2022- Canvas Rebel 
Sept 2021 - Voyage Baltimore
May 2019 - Beverly Hills Magazine

At an early age, I hoped to one day open my own orphanage & senior home. In my 20s I became involved with individuals who needed help financially. In April 2021 – during the pandemic – I received a wonderful opportunity to support seven privately-run orphanages with beautiful kids, and most of their daily expenses relied on donations. Not an easy journey but fortunately I married a man who has been involved in humanitarian activities since a young age too.


With YOUR help and my husband support I can distribute 100% of my income from Ari Wax Skin to support 984 people (orphanages, orphans who still live with their families, seniors and relatives in Indonesia).

How Ari Philanthropy works and why we do not accept donations

I am humbled and appreciative to know that people ask me how to donate! This cause is run from my personal income and the profit from Ari Wax Skin.

Since I do not have a foundation or a non-profit organization, Ari Wax Skin LLC cannot accept donations. Please purchase our services & products as the best way to contribute.

My niece is the contact person for 7 orphanages. My brother is the contact person for 3 orphanages and others in need. We do not give cash except for payments to daily building contract workers and distributes by the orphanage care taker.  None of the receivers contact me directly. My niece and brother directly pay school tuitions, hospital bills, burials, and rent. Both of them discuss with me  their daily, monthly or emergency needs and purchases from local stores or home industry so the funds from Ari Wax Skin get distributes to a broader population and help the local economy run. 

Because of YOU, we provide

  • weekly food

  • monthly laundry supplies

  • monthly school tuitions

  • purchased school supplies per semester

  • replacement shoes, sandals, back pack & raincoat

  • new school uniforms - yearly

  • new 2 pairs of shirts & pants -  yearly

  • replacement underwear + sleepwear - yearly

  • replacement beds & mattresses

  • replacement bed sheets + pillows + blankets

  • renovated bedrooms

  • renovated bathrooms

  • renovated study rooms

Fully support : 854
  • Orphanage 1 : 156 kids

  • Orphanage 2 : 109 kids

  • Orphanage 3 : 101 kids

  • Orphanage 4 : 160 kids

  • Orphanage 5 : 117 kids

  • Orphanage 6 :   96 kids

  • Orphanage 7 :   89 kids

  • Babies : 3

  • Care taker : 21 people

  • Orphans live outside orphanage : 2 kids

  • built and replaced water tanks

  • built pray room & replacement prayer outfits

  • restock a retail kiosk at an orphanage to help run their fund

  • soccer, badminton, and other games for outdoor activities

  • purchased lambs, chickens and honey bees to help them learn to farm and become self-sufficient

  • rebuilt 2 kitchens damaged from trees & mold

  • rebuilt 1 orphanage building from storm damage

  • purchased land to settle the dispute for 1 orphanage building

  • partner of join renovation 3 orphanages from flood

  • paid hospitalization, surgeries, give birth, and burial for over 50 people

  • paid 10 years rent (2-bedroom house) for 3 brothers of orphans

  • relocated 1 orphan who was adopted by her abusive aunt after the loss of both parents & brother

Partial support : 89 + 39
  • Orphanage A : 35 kids

  • Orphanage B : 32 kids

  • Orphanage C : 16 kids

  • Care taker : 15​

  • People in needs : 39

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