With face masks now the norm in public, maskne is on the rise. Luckily, Nollapelli face masks are here to help. Maskne is acne caused from, you guessed it, wearing a mask or face covering. When wearing a mask for a long period of time, irritation can occur from oil and bacteria building up on the face and friction between the skin and mask. If you are already prone to acne or have sensitive skin, wearing a mask can be nerve-wracking. Luckily, we see face masks much like we see bedding; these sleepcare tools shouldn’t add stress or sabotage our skin, they should enhance it.
This month, I chat with Texas-based interior designer Sarah Fultz. Sarah discusses how spaces are deeply connected to our overall wellness. This is more crucial than ever with the increased amount of time in and around our living spaces. She shares her number one tip for creating a sleep sanctuary, and why finding our specific, natural aesthetic is so important for our health.
When it comes to wellness, we are not perfect, we are human. Quarantine has thrown a curveball into our wellness routines and rituals, and our team has felt the effects. Here are the good wellness habits we have broken, the poor habits we have developed and how to get back on track.