Skin is the human body’s largest organ and is essential to our protection and wellbeing. The care of that skin is essential too. Since the pandemic began, we have been bombarded with the terms essential business and nonessential business. What makes a business “essential” vary from state-to-state and, sometimes, even city-to-city. On the most basic level, think of an essential business as a need and an nonessential business as a want.
Despite the changes and restrictions COVID-19 has brought to her business, expert esthetician MaryRose Taglialatella is not defeated, she is determined. Skin is her passion, whether it is her own or her clients, and no amount of distance will keep her from educating and promoting basic, scientific skincare - hydration, exfoliation and finding joy.Continue reading
Our Founder & CEO Allison Howard catches up with Nollapelli partner, Ling Chan of Ling Skincare. For 44 years Ling has been crafting her products and services driven by Asian beauty principles and holistic results. Her devout clientele, including celebrities Naomi Campbell, Barbra Streisand, Meg Ryan, Alexander Wang, Renee Zellweger, Mariah Carey and Madonna, flock to her for her skin artistry.Continue reading
Pumpkin isn’t just for taste and comfort, it is a powerhouse for our skin. As the temperature and humidity drop outside, air becomes cool and dry. This leaves your skin dry and thirsty as the moisture within the skin evaporates more quickly. Pumpkin can swoop in and give our skin a boost of moisture and gentle exfoliation when it needs it most.Continue reading
After hearing Ricardo Imaruui Robsinson talk about noise pollution in our latest installment of Beyond the Sheets, we wondered… How much does noise pollution during the day affect our sleep? First, it’s important to define what noise pollution actually is. ...Continue reading