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Retail therapy makes surprising good fitness motivation (Picture: Getty)
Most of us would like to be a little bit healthier.
But there’s no pretending making a lifestye change isn’t really hard – especially when you’ve already got a hectic schedule.
Luckily, a little retail therapy can help give you the motivation you need.
Want to improve your diet? Go for some delicious (and nurtritious) vegan snacks you can find at your local supermarket.
Finding it hard to stay on top of your fitness routine? A MyZone fitness tracker might be able to help.
Whether you’re looking for healthier skin or just an excuse to get back in the pool, this list will inspire you to try something new.
Abercrombie & Fitch 96 Hours Spring Collection
Sorted for the weekend
Fashion brand Abercrombie & Fitch has released a spring activewear range called
96 Hours (the ideal length of a long weekend).
It caters to a range of activities and allows you to mix and match your items.
Glow Hub collection
On the glow
Glow Hub has created a colour-coded skincare range.
Nourish and Hydrate has peach and coconut water, Purify and Brighten has antioxidant-rich blueberry and clarifying black tea, while Calm and Soothe boasts hydrating hemp and calming jojoba.
Gosh Mexican Style Burgers
Full of beans
Vegans needn’t worry about BBQ items this season, thanks to these plant-based Mexican Style Burgers from Gosh.
Packed with kidney beans and chickpeas and seasoned with chipotle and lime, they have a smoky flavour.
Buy it for £2.50 (two burgers per pack) from Morrisons.
Dermalogica Melting Moisture Masque
If you’re suffering from flaking, itching and sensitive skin, Dermalogica’s Melting Moisture Masque contains micro-algae and vitamin E to restore skin’s moisture barrier and neutralise free radicals.
Speedo Legacy collection
In it to swim it (Picture: PCA)
Whether you’re heading back to the pool, or planning to embrace wild swimming, treat yourself to a new suit from the Speedo Legacy collection.
There’s bold branding and bright colours but for us, the Retro Digital Placement Medalist suit has style and functionality.
Carb Killa Ice Cream
What a killa
The sun is out and that means ice cream! If you’re looking for a low-sugar, high-protein treat to fit with your active lifestyle, Grenade has launched Carb Killa Ice Cream. It’s only 120 calories per bar and you can choose from white chocolate cookie or peanut butter flavours.
In the zone
Fitness tracker Myzone has launched Switch, an interchangeable device that can
be used in the gym, for outdoor activities or in water (it’s 100% waterproof).
It comes with wrist, chest and forearm straps and has a light so you can see your exertion zone without a phone.
Go with your gut instinct
Home delivery service Kurami creates meals focused on gut health.
Approved by nutritionists, the meals focus on fibre-filled foods (good for the gut’s microbiome) and include dishes such as fennel and olive tagine and babaganoush
with crackers and cruditès.
Kale + Green Tea Spinach Vitamins Superfood Cleanser
US skincare brand Youth To The People has launched in the UK. Vegan-friendly and eco-conscious, the formulas are powered by superfoods.
We can see why the Kale + Green Tea Spinach Vitamins Superfood Cleanser is a best seller – we’re addicted.
Boxd wellness shakes
Shake it up
Boxd create wellness shakes bursting with goodness and a hit of protein. They come in plastic-free sachets, so can be used as a healthy snack on the go and are fully recyclable.
Choose from Madagascan Vanilla or Double Chocolate Brownie flavours.
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