Sundays was inspired by a chain of nail salon boutiques that Amy Ling Lin ’16BUS started close to four years ago in NYC. Having worked in the nail salon business for the past few years, she have discovered quite a few business opportunities, including addressing the perception of harmful chemicals being used in the workplace environment. Sundays was founded to focus on developing innovative organic spa products and wellness services.
Sundays provides a friendly customer experience using an eco-friendly approach with natural products that fit its mission to stay “green.” Sundays has developed a unique blend of its 5-free non-toxic nail polish collection, aromatherapy organic lotion, soothing massage bars, and other eco-friendly wellness products to share with clients. Placing non-toxic services at the forefront of sundays’ business model also protects its employees who may otherwise be exposed to harmful chemicals. This is another significant focus of sundays – empowering its employees through their professional development and general well-being. The company supports its employees’ continuing education and offers sustainable living benefits through fair wages, paid vacation, and sick days.
For its next growth phase, sundays’ plans to expand its services to the workplace, hotel, and home. It is also currently partnering up with organizations to offer its eco-friendly nail care and stress free massage services, as studies have shown that they improve employee productivity. For more information or to purchase its products, visit the sundays website here.