Episode 100: SkinTē’s Bassima Mroue on Life with Endometriosis

Episode 100: SkinTē’s Bassima Mroue on Life with Endometriosis

Overview

Bassima Mroue is a Lebanese-American entrepreneur with over a decade’s worth of experience working with heavyweights like Nike and Spanx. As a board member of the Sara Blakely Foundation, she is an active supporter of female empowerment — as she so beautifully demonstrates in her 2012 TEDx Portland talk. Passionate for developing purpose-driven brands, inspiring women, and destigmatizing self-care, Bassima calls upon her diverse professional experience to revolutionize the way we approach beauty and wellness from the inside out…because, as she can attest, the revolution begins WITHIN. Diagnosed with endometriosis and living with chronic back pain and finding herself at odds with traditional healing methods, she turned to naturopathy…where her doctor (and now fellow co-founder) suggested she try ingesting collagen for gut healing and pain management. Bassima struggled to find a tasty way to do so…but also found this approach to be life-changing. And so, SkinTē was born: a “perfectionist formula made with collagen peptides, real brewed tea, super herbs, and fizz.” Ya know…a fun way to get your collagen, day-to-day.

Takeaway

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In the meantime, check out these other episodes about endometriosis:

Episode 22: Ilene

Episode 55: Lara Parker

Episode 56: Samantha Denäe

Episode 99: Lauren Kornegay

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