For the past few years, Aurelia has taken the green shift. Evolving in an industry that has always emitted a large amount of CO2 and waste, it was crucial for the company to commit to reducing the environmental impact of its activity by locally producing eco-friendly products.
As with many industries, COVID-19 has struck the health and beauty field head-on. Today, this fragile industry is trying to regain control by seizing new opportunities. This crisis has certainly left a few scars, but this sector of activity has clearly not said its last word.
To support professionals of the aesthetic industry in their efforts, Aurelia has identified some solutions to overcome this situation with resilience. So, Aurelia turns to you, experts in manicure, pedicure, hairstyle, hair removal, plastic surgery! Let’s imagine this wind of change together!
From the very beginning of the global health crisis, Supermax Healthcare Canada fought head on, and with determination, to produce a mask that is 100% Canadian. To meet the growing demand for Canadian-made masks, the company has worked tirelessly to facilitate the supply of personal protective equipment, increase its production rate and develop Canadian workforce and partnerships.
Most professionals who wear gloves while working are bothered by damaged hands. In fact, this extremely uncomfortable feeling is a direct result of hand washing, hand sanitizing and glove wearing. As a result, hand skin conditions, including occupational eczema, are the leading cause of discomfort at work. Let us outline some preventive measures as well as some appropriate care to solve this problem.
You work in the wonderful field of esthetics as a professional hairdresser, colourist, makeup artist, esthetician, piercer or tattoo artist. Then, this article is for you! This industry certainly showcases your creativity and requires a good deal of specialized technical training and state-of-the-art accessories. However, working in the esthetics industry can put a great deal of strain on your main working tool — your hands.
After all, you can’t be at the top of your craft if your hands are in bad condition. So why not give them some extra protection by wearing gloves?
Wear disposable gloves on a daily basis. Why not?
At Aurelia, we know that all professionals in the health, dental and industrial fields are aware of the best practices for wearing gloves. In this article, we are suggesting different tasks in everyday life for which it is possible to wear gloves. We hope that this article, which is both informative and entertaining, will inspire you.
It is well known that surgical masks were not conceived to be recycled, but were designed to protect. They are neither washable nor reusable and, to avoid contamination, it is recommended to change them every four hours. They should not be discarded in recycling bins, organic bins or in the environment under any circumstances.
Due to a global health crisis, the challenge of sourcing personal protective equipment (PPE) has prompted Supermax Healthcare Canada Group to create its own Canadian manufacturing division for certified surgical masks, Supermax Medical. Since then, the Aurelia Gloves Canada brand proudly distributes surgical masks ENTIRELY made in Canada.
The FDA and ASTM international play a role in the manufacture of medical face masks. The FDA recognizes ASTM F2100 as the standard specification for the performance of materials used in a surgical face mask, where specific criteria must be met in five categories. The masks can be labelled as surgical, laser, isolation, dental or medical procedural masks.
Frequent Glove Users: What are barrier creams? Why moisturize?
The COVID-19 situation in which we currently live leads us to revisit, change and / or improve certain habits in our everyday life. Whether at work, at home or in the few outings necessary for restocking, hand care has become a priority for all of us and more specifically for front line, healthcare, dental or any workers who must wear gloves. Keeping the skin of your hands intact and healthy is key to infection control. Frequent handwashing is a primary cause of irritant as soaps and detergents have been described as the most damaging of all substances applied to the skin.