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Sharon Gnatt Epel

Sharon Gnatt Epel

Sharon Gnatt Epel is passionate about helping women recognize their talents, develop self-confidence and reach their full potential. 

In 2007, after one of her children had a serious accident involving toxic agricultural chemicals, she was introduced to the art and science of clinical essential oil therapy by a recognized authority in the field. She was so impressed with the results that she decided to study it. The research she embarked upon became the foundation for La Ishá, the 1st synthetic-free, all-natural high-performance skin care company dedicated to developing safe and effective beauty products for women.

Sharon has been interviewed on TV, radio and healthcare podcasts, is a published author and the creator of a lecture series entitled The Myth of Cosmetic Safety whose purpose is to educate the public about toxic ingredients commonly found in everyday cosmetics and grooming products. The program is offered free of charge to hospitals and health organizations, nurses' week programs, and cancer support groups. 

A former concert pianist, graduate of the prestigious Juilliard School and lifelong student, Sharon's ongoing graduate studies include courses in aromatic medicine, essential oil therapy, anatomy and human physiology, exercise science, biomechanics, nutrition, and computer science at a variety of educational institutions that include Brooklyn College, Georgia State University, The American College of Nutrition, and MIT.  

"It is a privilege and an honor to recommend Sharon...Her La Ishá product line is first rate for quality and consistent results. As CEO of her business you won't find a more knowledgeable person who is up on all the latest details. It is a pleasure to provide this recommendation."

~ Dr Raphael D'Angelo, M.D., Director, Center for Holistic and Integrative Medicine and the ParaWellness Research Program