Why The Commodification Of SelfCare Might Actually Be A Good Thing
A massive thank you to Niellah Arboine who wrote the article
HAS SELF-CARE BECOME THE LATEST MARKETING TOOL OR IS THE GLOBAL RECOGNITION OF THE PRACTICE EXACTLY WHAT WE NEED?
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…Writer and model Mulan Itoje started up a safe space called Spring Melanin specifically addressing this. Aimed at dark-skinned women of colour, Spring Melanin is a space for relaxation and healing conversations. “Colorism is the prejudice or discrimination against individuals with a dark skin tone, typically among people of the same ethnic or racial group,” Itoje explains. “Safe spaces are a form of self-care, they allow room for holistic healing, reflection and accountability without judgement.”