Sleepcare Stories — skin
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.
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. Sound, according to Google Dictionary by Oxford Languages, sounds are “vibrations that travel through the air or another medium and can be heard when they reach a person's or animal's ear.” Noise is a type of sound, an unwanted sound to be exact. EarCare, PA, an AudigyCertified™ practice that pioneers education around hearing, defines noise pollution as any sound that...
The sun is the source of life on Earth. Without the sun’s heat and light casting down on Earth, plants which bear food and produce oxygen would not grow, our atmosphere and weather patterns would cease to exist, we would cease to exist. Our relationship with the sun as it impacts our wellness is an act of dualism, a balanced dance.
Your skin is your largest organ, covering your entire body and making up 16 percent of your weight. There’s nothing else that compares to your skin, and there’s nothing that should be protected more (at all times). Looking for textiles that work with your skin’s physiology is the best way to protect your skin’s health.