A holistic approach to your health, BellaBeat is so much more than steps and sleep. Taking into consideration your mental health along with your physical health, the app features guided meditations, stress sensitivity, and a menstrual tracker. What’s more to love, you can wear BellaBeat as a necklace, bracelet, or clip without sacrificing your style.
One afternoon while researching ballet classes in NYC, Payal became frustrated with the experience of discovering and booking a class. So, she set out to create her own platform, ClassPass.
With ClassPass you can discover and seamlessly book a variety of classes from local studios ranging from strength training to spin to aerial yoga.Read More
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An app for finding BFFs, the idea for Hey Vina was hatched when Olivia moved to San Francisco. For women, by women, Olivia created Hey Vina on the simple premise that it only takes one friend to change our entire lives, and that nothing makes us feel more confident, secure, happy, and free than a supportive group of friends.
Nail polish evolved from car enamel around 100 years ago and not much has changed since. Angel and Sarah teamed up in 2014 to create Nail Snaps with the goal of making it easy for everyone to have the nail designs of their dreams without all the mess and toxicity.
Today, their NailSnaps platform features over 50,000 designs by nail artists and fans who have created nail designs via their mobile app.Read More
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Who doesn't want a daily dose of motivation every morning? Marah and Naomi believe self care shouldn't be complicated. They came together and created Shine, a free daily text experience that makes it easy to notice and improve your wellbeing.⠀
As Tracey stared into the messy expanse of her closet, she realized that it was full of things she never used. This inspired her to create her website and app to allow fashionistas to easily sell their unwanted treasures.
Today, Tradesy serves millions of customers, has landed dough from iconic investors like Richard Branson and John Doerr and has been featured in publications like The New York Times and TIME Magazine.Read More
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the be.come project is a body-positive, I-can-do-it, go-on-and-love-yourself approach, in the palm of your hand. She's known for her body-positive and inclusive approach to instruction.
An LGBTQIA+ and women rights activist, Bethany openly discusses her personal struggles to empower others to do the same.Read More