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Freshen up (Picture: Metro.co.uk)
It’s been a long hard winter, that’s for sure, but as February draws to a close, things are finally starting to look up.
This means its a great time to focus on revitalising your mind and body, and we’ve got everything you need to get started.
So, shake off those cobwebs and try out a new hobby, switch up your skincare routine and take a little time to unwind and you’ll be on the path to a fresher, happier you in no time.
Women’s Base Running Layer
Ready layer one
Super-soft and seamless to prevent chafing, Runderwear’s running base layer also comes with mitten-style arms to keep hands toasty even in the coldest of weather.
These leotards are en pointe (Picture: Jonathan Oakes )
Imperfect Pointes create sustainable ballet wear that includes leotards and dance tights for both males and females.
Made from Econyl (created using regenerated plastics), their items don’t compromise on comfort or style and come in bold prints and colours.
Cheat Code Lightweight Moisturiser
Plump it up (Picture: Francesca Emma)
AquaGem Skincare is derived from the gemstone amber which contains succinic acid, a natural antioxidant.
Its debut product is a face moisturiser which mixes amber with hyaluronic acid and squalene oil to plump, plus camellia oil to promote cell regeneration.
Vitamin D Zooki
Boost your energy with YourZooki Vitamin D sachets. Wrapped up in liposomes, which help protect the nutrients, made of 100 per cent natural ingredients and taste like a mixed berry yoghurt. Available Feb 26.
Fearne & Rosie Reduced Sugar Jams
Fearne & Rosie create jams and honey spreads with less sugar at their family factory in Yorkshire, all without losing the taste.
They use locally sourced ingredients so each jar contains 40 per cent less sugar than standard jams.
Still Positive Energy Candle
Bright idea (Picture: Adrian Pope)
Transform your space into a sanctuary with a new STILL Positive Energy Candle. A blend of lavender, patchouli and other essential oils, this promises to de-stress, rebalance and uplift. It’s non-toxic and creates no black smoke, just good vibes.
Disco Yoga Goes Zoom
Get your glitz on
Held every Thursday (8.15pm) and Sunday (11am) the uplifting Disco Yoga class has a live DJ playing 1980s music, retro and funk and soul.
It promises to rejuvenate your mind, body and soul, whatever your yoga ability.
Classes from £5. Check out Disco Yoga for more information.
Go au naturel with this deodorant from Triumph & Disaster. Made with kawakawa extract, bergamot and lime, organic lavender and baking soda (alkaline), it works to neutralise sweat and body odour.
Connection Bath & Body Oil
ESPA’s Connection Bath & Body Oil uses a blend of eight natural essential oils, including ylang ylang, patchouli, sandalwood and jasmine to help you reconnect with yourself.
Use in bath, on pulse points, or as part of a massage. It’s also rich in omegas 6 and 9 and botanical lipids to nourish your skin.
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