ManiCare delivers beauty services to those who are ill and can’t travel to their usual appointments. It’s a genius idea that also gives back by donating 10% of its proceeds to charity.
Kate Arian, the founder of ManiCare, received a double lung transplant just a few months after her graduation from the University of Pennsylvania. Arian was frustrated that during her recovery she could not maintain a simple beauty routine that would help her to look and feel better. She created ManiCare to help others in similar situations to feel better by having beauty treatments brought to them.
Through ManiCare, you can send a manicure, or other beauty service, to someone who is in the hospital or home bound, receiving inpatient or outpatient treatments, an elderly person, a pregnant friend, or to anyone who needs pampering. It’s a great alternative to sending the typical flowers or balloons.