Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! What a crazy and eventful year it’s been, yet again! But we are so glad that we were able to share it with YOU, our #FrowniesFam!
In the midst of the holiday hustle, we at Frownies want to take time to express our sincere gratitude for continuing to support our women-owned and operated small business. We cannot stress to you enough how each “like,” “comment,” and “share” helps propel our fifth-generation family business to new heights. We see and try to respond to every comment and message because it really does mean the world to us that you take the time to connect with us.
So, whether you’ve been around for a few decades(!) or are a new customer this year, THANK YOU for being a part of our #FrowniesFam!
This past year was especially exciting around the Frownies office! We were excited to see younger women trying our Frownies facial patches as a non-invasive response to the current trend towards preventative Botox. We believe that aging gracefully means honoring, embracing, and celebrating being a woman–And that begins with a great skincare routine starting in your 20s and carries you into your 90s and beyond!
In addition, you helped us develop and test new products! Spurred by your specific concerns about wrinkles on your neck, we were able to add new products including the Frownies Chin Up which uses peptides to provide targeted skincare to the neck and jawline.
Looking ahead to 2022, we at Frownies have exciting things planned for the new year! We are expanding our physical space to accommodate all the production changes we took on last year. And although we can’t share exact details just yet, we are excited to announce that we have multiple new skincare products in the works for 2022!
We at Frownies were infinitely blessed by YOU, our customers, in 2021, and we are looking forward to BIG things in 2022. So, here’s to wishing you a holiday season that is full of joy, peace, and happiness!
By: Dr. Megan C. Wright, PT, DPT
Megan C. Wright, PT, DPT is an authority in health and wellness content with over ten years of clinical experience as well as a freelance health writer. Megan received a BA in English from the University of Virginia and earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Marymount University. Megan lives outside Richmond, Virginia with her husband and two young boys.