Why Small Businesses Matter in Westport (Reimagined): Wisdom and Youth

Why Small Businesses Matter Reimagined

Small businesses matter - now more than ever. They are answering the call with innovation and determination like never before.

We hope you join us in supporting them by sharing their story far and wide and shopping local! We are thankful to Fairfield County Bank for their continued support and making this series possible.

Step inside Wisdom and Youth!

Three questions with Brittany Varga-Eaton, owner of Wisdom and Youth.


Are you offering any new products or ways for customers to purchase your products or services that are popular during this crisis?

I offer an amazing private label luxury skincare line. The products are formulated with proprietary ingredients and made in the US with the highest standards. I can customize a regimen to fit each individual‘s needs! You can also come to the MedSpa and try out the line yourself, or call and I can curate a contactless order specifically formulated for you!

I also sell very fun and ultra-comfortable tie-dye sweatshirts and hoodies, which is great for the season!

Other than injectable such as Botox and fillers, I also recently purchased a state of the art FDA approved incredible radiofrequency micro-needling device that helps with:

- reducing fine lines & wrinkles
- minimize pore size
- even out skin tone & texture
- minimizes the appearance of scars & stretch marks
- stimulates collagen
- Emits red & blue LED lights reduce inflammation & kill acne-causing bacteria deep down, where topical medication cannot penetrate!

I also offer IPL and laser hair removal!!

Now is the BEST TIME to get these services done!

Are there certain individuals or organizations that supported you and your business through this trying time?

It’s been very tough this past year, so it’s inspiring when many of us come together and help each other out! Lisa from Swept Away Day Spa in Monroe has been absolutely wonderful in referring clients to me for services she does not perform and vice versa! In addition,  the owner of Westport Hair Co. has been absolutely amazing in welcoming me since I approached her back in 2019. She has been referring clients to me and educating me on social media. She has been such a wealth of knowledge and so amazing to team up with. 

I have reached out to other businesses around town such as, Club Pilates who I will hopefully be collaborating with soon, so keep a lookout!!

Instagram has also been huge! Just having new people follow me helps tremendously! I also always try to post relevant topics & have a Q&A on my stories for services & products people may be interested in, but don’t know much about!

Follow me on Instagram: @wisdom_and_youth

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Please share the ways your business is adapting to keep your customers and employees safe in addition to the standard guidelines.

I solely own and operate Wisdom and Youth MedSpa so there is automatically very tight control. I am the only one working, so it is thoroughly disinfected in between every client. I have my clients call or text as soon as they’re in the parking lot so I can open all the doors for them. I take their temperature & offer masks & hand sanitizer. I always wear a 95 along with eye protection when appropriate.

The office also has great ventilation and I try to keep windows open for a nice airflow. Safety is of the utmost importance now. Not many businesses would be able to withstand another shutdown. It is imperative small business owners stick together and get creative! Stay healthy everyone and please visit my website (which is in the middle of getting a facelift).

Wisdom & Youth MedSpa is located at 131 Kings Highway North in Westport. Visit them online here, and also make sure to check out their Facebook and Instagram pages as well, or give them a Text/call at 203.520.9096

HamletHub thanks Fairfield County Bank for making our Why Small Businesses Matter series possible!


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