WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW!
- Sarah Pulley, a hair salon owner, opened a beauty bar at a hospital in Indianapolis to pamper parents of high-risk newborns.
- The “Beauty Bar” offers a relaxing environment where parents can receive hair styling services, scalp massages, and snacks while their babies receive medical attention.
- Pulley, who understands the importance of self-care, volunteers her time and skills to pamper parents for free.
Sarah Pulley, a hair salon owner in Carmel, Indiana, has opened a “Beauty Bar” at Riley Children’s Health to pamper parents of high-risk newborns.
The initiative, which is part of Ronald McDonald House Charities, provides a welcoming environment where parents can relax and receive beauty treatments while their babies receive medical attention.
Pulley donated a chair from her salon, and her distributor provided $150 worth of free hair care products. She also volunteers her hair styling skills and offers scalp massages to parents at no charge.
According to Adam Lowe, a marketing and communications manager for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Indiana, the service is open to all patients who deliver at Riley.
Through the “Beauty Bar,” Pulley hopes to offer some relief to parents who feel isolated and overwhelmed.
“There’s something about the connection between moms and the power of touch,” she said. “Apart from a salon experience, Pulley wants parents who feel isolated to know: ‘You’ve got this.'”
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