Robbin Turner founded Violet Botanical Skincare in 2016 on the principles of honor, tradition, love, and simple ingredients that put Mother Earth first. Prior to the launch of her company, Robbin drew inspiration from her grandmother’s homemade remedies. She leaned on her master’s in education, immersing herself in African herbalism, ancient Egyptian aromatherapy, Southern folk herbalism, and modern-day herbalism. Her knowledge is awe-inspiring.
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.
Have you thought about why you engage in the wellness activities that you do? Does the fear of aging make you buy creams or innovative bed linens? Does the risk of skin cancer make you apply sunscreen? Do swollen morning eyes or vulnerability to sickness make you go to bed on time? These questions and more flooded my mind after talking to Nicolas Ronco, a captivating advocate for sleep.
With spas, hotels, and small businesses closed, we asked wellness public relations expert Darlene Fiske how wellness is transforming (literally by the minute). Darlene owns The Fiske Group, a national communications firm, and she co-founded S’Well Public Relations, a communications firm for wellness brands.
Let’s just say, we love Darlene as much as she loves our soft sheets!
It has been a full year of Beyond the Sheets in this series, we chatted with colleagues of our founder and CEO Allison Howard about sleep and skin. These experts are wellness industry innovators and trendsetters. We learned a lot, which is the understatement of the year.