Taylor Transtrum | August 28, 2019 | Lifestyle
Having dealt with autoimmune issues throughout her life, Briana Buxbaum discovered that most conventional products did not work for her.
“In my own exploration of wellness and optimal living, I spent a great deal of time researching ingredients and replacing harmful home and beauty products with clean alternatives,” she says. “I became so passionate about sourcing better options that soon friends and colleagues were asking me to help them navigate their purchase decisions.”
This sparked Buxbaum’s desire to launch The Wellness Edit in 2018 as a way to help others edit three key areas of their life—beauty, baby and home. Her mission is to help her clients transition to nontoxic products by providing simple, curated guidance and knowledge-based recommendations so they can live a healthier, more holistic life without any intimidation.
“The Wellness Edit evolved out of a personal passion to share my knowledge with others so they could more easily reduce their harmful exposures as one component of health and optimal living,” she shares. “My goal is to continue to serve as a resource, remaining open to constantly learning and evolving.” Services from $150
Photography by: carl schultz