These Beauty and Fitness Companies Know Wellness Must Include Mental Health
When we think of health, we tend to just focus on physical health. But mental health is an equally important part of your wellbeing and too often, it gets overlooked. That can be particuarly true in the fitness and beauty industries, which is why several companies are promoting mental health action as an essential aspect of everyone’s wellness journey.
VS PINK and The Jed Foundation is hosting ‘Make Your Move Fest’, which was created to encourage young adults to take action to support their mental health. This will include a fireside chat with high-profile Gen-Z artists and advocates, who will talk openly about emotional health challenges and opportunities they’ve experienced, along with how they are coping and providing support to each other.
Gympass is encouraging their users to sign up for our mental health solutions while promoting mental health wellness. Other partners committed to promoting mental health action in the fitness and beauty industry include Rare Beauty by Selena Gomez, Plant People, Feals, and Pathways to Empower
“At Rare Beauty, supporting the mental health of our community, employees, and partners is core to everything we do,” said Elyse Cohen, Vice President of Social Impact & Inclusion at Rare Beauty. “Everyday, Rare Beauty aims to reduce the stigma associated with mental health, address the epidemic of chronic loneliness, and help give people access to the resources they need to support their mental health through our Rare Impact Fund.”
By promoting the importance of mental health and providing the resources for mental health action, we can truly begin to see a shift in the fitness and beauty industries towards empowering people to care for their mental wellness like they do for their physical health.
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