Pain relief is personal.
We know how bad clothing and fabric can get. Trust us, it almost ruined high school and college.
So we re-created it.
After suffering from bad acne, a trip to the Dermatologist started the Nufabrx Journey for our Founder Jordan Schindler. Knowing the Dermatologist recommendation to wash his pillowcase 2-3 times per week was never going to happen, he set out to create a better solution.
Founder and CEO of Nufabrx
I founded Nufabrx in 2011 after a trip to the dermatologist where I learned that pillowcases are one of the leading causes of acne and blemishes, and that we are supposed to wash our pillowcases every two to three days. As a teen male in college, I realized there was no way this was ever going to happen! So, off I went to find a better way.
After years of research and development, fine tuning and teaming up with a brilliant PhD formulation scientist from Minneapolis, we have developed a revolutionary patent pending platform technology that enables us to embed essential oils and medications into fabric.
Our first product was the Nufabrx Pillowcase, a bamboo pillowcase embedded with tea tree oil and lavender that release while you sleep. This is just the first of many really exciting products designed to make a person’s life just a little bit better, a little bit easier.
PhD Medical Advisor
Dr. DAVID ANDERSON
Dr. Anderson has over 25 years’ experience as a formulation scientist, and co-founded Lyotropic Therapeutics which has successfully sold three injectable hospital products currently in FDA submission.
Dr. Anderson was the sole inventor on two formulation-related patent lines, one focused on coated microparticles for release of active, and the other on gel-like microparticles; U.S. patent nos. 6,638,621 and 7,131,440. Dr. Anderson was a key member of the team that coordinated a human clinical trial in Australia of a novel intravenous propofol formulation.
VP Chemical Engineering
MIKE DRZEWINSKI, SC.D.
Sc.D and M.Sc in Polymer Science at Mass. Institute of Technology (MIT). Global experience in textiles and consumer health care, at Kimberly-Clark and Honeywell.
25+ patents, including technology behind Crest White Strips.
Worked on collaborations with Colgate, GSK, Unilever P&G, L’Oreal, Estee Lauder, J&J, and Clorox among others.
Was the Chief Innovation Officer at Ashland Chemical Sc.D at Mass. Institute of Technology (MIT).
Dr. Jack Fisher
Dr Jack Fisher was the President of The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. This organization represents 2,400 board certified American and Canadian Plastic surgeons. He has also been President Elect, Vice President and Treasurer of this organization. In addition, he was in charge of the educational programs for over a 5 year period, which included organizing National Meetings, Symposiums and educational materials.
Dr. Fisher has been in practice for 35 years. He went to medical school at Emory University, followed by 5 years of general surgery training at George Washington University. He returned to Emory University to complete his Plastic Surgery Training. He then went on staff at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. In 1986, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee. He is currently Associate Clinical Professor, Plastic Surgery Department at Vanderbilt University. He is a member the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Dr. Fisher has written 86 articles in the plastic surgery literature, 24 book chapters and one text book. He has given 300 lectures, both nationally and internationally.