In 2019, we’ve become accustomed to having our products do more work for us. Our cars self-navigate so we don’t have to, our smart home devices turn our lights on and off and tell us who is at our front door — you get the idea. Enter: Michelle Moran, a social entrepreneur with more than 15 years of experience in the apparel industry, who enjoys fusing her passions for fashion and health care. Or, as she calls it, “fashion with compassion.” “I did grow up with dyslexia, and I’m a single mother of a son with Asperger’s,” Moran tells Exhale. “I wanted my newest venture to do well, by doing good.” Her current business venture, SKINEEZ Skincarewear, was created in 2007 and uses patented microencapsulation technology to deliver natural cosmetic ingredients that firm, tone, slim and improve blood circulation, while wearing the apparel. After undergoing cosmetic surgery, Moran wore post-surgery compression garments during her recovery phase. But, instead of helping the process, the garment’s fabric felt extremely uncomfortable and made her skin dry and irritated. Growing up in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, applying nourishing and protective skin care ingredients was ingrained in Moran by her ...