Simply Said by Simple Satch
- An inspirational escape for all things fashion, beauty, lifestyle, and Simple Satch updates
Simply Said by Simple SatchAn inspirational escape for all things fashion, beauty, lifestyle, and Simple Satch updates
Welcome to Simply Said, an inspirational escape for all things beauty, fashion, lifestyle and personal anecdotes from fierce founders. Simple Satch was created by three female founders driven to make change but in a stylish way, that's why we design functional fashion that gives back to charity. While our products were designed to inspire confidence, style, and raise awareness in a world of modern goal-getters, we quickly became motivated by the everyday icons in the community. We're excited to share with you the lessons we've learned along the way!
How to Prevent and Treat “Maskne” According to a Board-Certified Dermatologist
Just when we thought we had our skincare routine down to a T, “maskne” threw us a curve ball. Simple Satch co-founder Corinne is a registered nurse in New York City. As a nurse, Corinne is accustomed to wearing face masks for long periods of time and has dealt with maskne, acne that forms underneath face masks. While it is a small price to pay for the health and well-being of our society, acne can be frustrating. Corinne consulted Dr. Forum Patel, a board-certified dermatologist with an office in San Francisco at Arya Derm, for her expertise on how to prevent and treat breakouts while wearing a face mask.
Why You Should Recycle
November 15th is America Recycles Day, a nationally recognized day celebrating impact of recycling in the United States. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, in 2018 the average American created 4.9 lbs of solid waste per day. Even more mind-blowing, the United States accumulates 262 million tons of trash yearly. I know, we couldn't believe it either! Where does this trash go?! Large landfills, our oceans and environment. According to Conservation International, by 2050 ocean plastic will outweigh all of the ocean's fish. While we love a warm summer day, it's impossible to ignore that this is not normal in January. It's time to change.