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.
Daniel Poulin is a visionary, plain and simple. With over 30 years of strategic leadership, innovation and advocacy, Daniel is poised to lead and change the industry for the better. In our last Beyond the Sheets conversation of 2020 (we...Continue reading
Under previously normal circumstances, the upcoming holidays are a time to reflect on the good in our lives, take a break and spend time, even if only virtually, with our loved ones. However, for many of us, this time of year means stress which negatively impacts our sleep. It is imperative we invest in sleep care and manage our sleep properly during the holiday season. Here’s some sleep care tips.Continue reading
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