PŪR CARES

At Pūr, improving people’s lives in every way possible is consistent with our brand values of caring and excellence. That means giving back to our community and the world around us whenever possible. Just a few of the important philanthropic organizations we support…

Here at Home

Make-A-Wish Foundation

Helping grant wishes and change children’s lives

Edmonds Boys & Girls Club

The Club’s purpose is to provide youth between the ages of 5 and 18 a safe, positive and fun environment with a variety of activities. We strive to provide programs and athletics that promote opportunities for friendship, skill development, self-discipline, and respect for self, others, staff, and equipment. We accomplish these goals through positive role-modeling, carefully planned activities, staff supervision and interaction . . . and all while having fun!

Edmonds Center for the Arts

Edmonds Center for the Arts (ECA) opened its doors to the public in 2006. ECA, a non-profit organization hired by the City of Edmonds Public Facilities District, manages the facility. ECA presents an array of outstanding performing artists from around the world, provides space, production management, and technical expertise for a variety of community partners and rental clients, and serves more than 65,000 patrons who enjoy the facility annually.

Mary’s Place

Empowering homeless women, children and families to reclaim their lives.

Dress for Success Seattle

The mission of Dress for Success is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.

Seattle Children’s Hospital

Helping local children and families in need.

Edmonds Holy Rosary School Auction

Supporting local community involvement

Eastside Domestic Violence/Lifewire Program

Support for local victims of physical, emotional, and sexual abuse.

Rise n’ Shine

Support to children and teens affected by HIV/AIDS.

along with dozens more local charites…

Around the World

Haiti Outreach

Broad-scale medical care, food, water, sanitation, education, and employment to the citizens of Haiti.

Pūr Skin Clinic and our founder Denice Schwind, has raised enough funds to build 3 clean water community wells in Haiti!

Flying Doctors of America

International medical assistance to the underprivileged. Our founder, Denice Schwind travelled to Peru for a medical volunteer trip in 2012.

ONElife

Devoted to bringing clean drinking water and healthy sanitation to developing countries.

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BEAUTY BLOG

Read some of the latest news regarding beauty and health here at PUR.

Pandemic Pounds: How to say Goodbye to Your Quarantine 15

Pandemic Pounds: How to say Goodbye to Your Quarantine 15

Make 2021 a year of celebrating health by embracing habits that will help flatten unwanted quarantine curves while boosting your immune system. The New Year is a great time to set weight loss goals and resolutions to renew your lifestyle.  Check out our previous blog article, 6 Tips to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain, for advice on staying healthy throughout holiday festivities.

To combat holiday overindulgence, Dr. Kaitlin Brasier DNP, has a few suggestions to help you fit into your skinny jeans. 

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THE HOLIDAY BEAUTY PREP

THE HOLIDAY BEAUTY PREP

Getting your glam on this holiday season may look a little different – the party you’re prepping for might be on Zoom; or your annual gathering may consist of just 5 loved ones toasting with bubbly in your living room. But the ritual of wanting to look your best during the sparkly season hasn’t changed…if anything, it’s an emotional confidence booster that’s truly welcome right now. This get-gorgeous guide will help start your beauty engines….

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6 Tips to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain

6 Tips to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain

According to a study in the New England Journal of Medicine, the average American gains over two pounds during the holidays, and many never lose this weight. This weight gain is cumulative- even if you only gain 1 pound per year, that is an excess of 10 lbs over a decade. The good news is: now that you know about this trend, and by using the tips below you can avoid holiday weight gain.

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