We’ve all been there before, in the peak of summer’s heat your stuck with itchy, dry, summer skin. Most of us throw on some lotion or aloe and head right back to the pool. But the hassle to stay comfortable in the summer can
be a lot worse for people with atopic dermatitis, the more commonly known as eczema.
Every year, millions of people of all ages are affected by eczema and the the rough patches of itchy skin it creates all over their body. And with summer bringing plenty of irritants (sun, bugs, chemical sunscreens, etc.) many people may find it hard to find relief.
But no need to fear! Recently, our Co-Founder and Dr. Ali Hendi was featured on Well + Good’s website in an article talking about ways to deal with summer eczema. Since luminora is all about letting you enjoy the outdoors thoughtfully, we thought we should expand on this...
With the Labor Day weekend and the end of summer fast approaching, I took a moment to reflect on everything that has happened this summer and what it has meant for me both professionally and personally. This summer brought with it new beginnings and opportunities, as well as some calm, tranquil moments to reflect on the changes of the past season.
My family and I just returned from the trip of a lifetime to Greece where we visited the historic sights in Athens, soaked in the Santorini sunsets, and enjoyed the authentic, beautiful landscapes of Crete. The genuine people, fresh foods, ancient ruins, architecture, and majestic Mediterranean Sea were all breathtakingly beautiful. Although travel with kids can sometimes be hectic and challenging, I did my best to find moments where I could sit quietly and reflect on what's around me, the gratitude I felt in my heart for the present...
With the launch of luminora™ fast approaching, I’m constantly being asked “how did you make the leap from being an attorney/wife/mother to becoming a fashion designer?” My answer: While design is an important aspect of my new business, and a great creative outlet, it is only a small piece of the puzzle I’m privileged to work on daily. My biggest challenge is finding ways to create a business that is innovative, socially responsible, and serves a greater need for women all over the world. I also don’t see myself as a fashion designer, but rather as an advocate for health conscious women who value freedom, self-expression, authenticity, and cultivation of joy through travel and new experiences.
As a wife to a skin cancer surgeon, with a passion for traveling to beautiful sunny destinations, and a love for exercise and the outdoors, I found that my lifestyle was in conflict with...