Wellness Guide 2017
When it comes to wellness in 2017, less is more.
With the no makeup trend gaining tractions thanks to celebs like Alicia Keys, Kim Kardashian and Gwyneth Paltrow, expect to see more bare faces in 2017. While makeup use may be on the decline, skincare products will be on the rise with consumers looking for a natural glow. A great organic skincare line with food and plant based ingredients is Acure Organics. Acure offers cleansing towelettes, argan oil sets, facemasks and eye contours for makeup free enthusiasts.
With consumers becoming more ingredient-conscious, 2017 will be the year of clean labels. More and more brands have become transparent about what’s in their products.
When it comes to juice, it’s important to check not only what is in it, but how it’s made. Natalie’s Orchid Island Juices are squeezed fresh, clean label and all contain only four ingredients or less. All of their juices have less ingredients and more nutrients to maximize health benefits.
Whole Body Cryotherapy:
Cryotherapy is a wellness treatment that has become the go-to recovery option for celebrities, professional athletes – and now has gone mainstream. Cryotherapy is a therapeutic and non-invasive process that uses short periods of intense cold exposure to help reduce inflammation, manage chronic pain and promote muscle recovery. And it lasts just three minutes. NYC based cryotherapy provider, Kryogenesis offers Whole Body Cryotherapy and the latest treatment, CryoLift Facials, that can help stimulate collagen, tighten pores and reduce fine lines.
Clean, Filtered Water
#NoFilter is a thing of the past. After water safety made national headlines in 2016, consumers are paying attention. Now, you can attach an affordable faucet filtration system right to your spout that can provide up to three months of clean water. PUR’s filter technology reduces over 70 contaminants.
Boutique Fitness Studios
Globo Gym is out and boutique fitness studios are in. Boutique studios are popping up all over the country – and fitness enthusiasts are flocking to be a part of these “communities.” Cycling studios like Cyc Fitness are popular, especially among millennials, with their high-energy, music-driven, indoor cycling experience offering a unique, whole-body workout.