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All you need to keep fit in lockdown (Picture: Metro.co.uk)
With life being, well, the way it is at the moment, looking after your wellbeing is more important than ever.
From your diet to your beauty routine, simple changes can make all the difference to your mind and body.
So whether your idea of wellness is setting aside some quality time for meditation or sloughing off dead cells with a face brush, there will be something on this list for you.
Mushroom Cups coffee
Availble in Glow, Sharp And Tireless
Mushroom Cups coffee is organic Peruvian coffee pots infused with two different types of superfood mushrooms. They promise to boost health, productivity and your training session without the caffeine crash.
Twist and shout
Whether you’re walking, hiking, running or cycling, the Twistii makes dark morning/evening sessions safer.
The torch is USB chargeable, weather resistant and rotates 360 degrees so you can direct light where you need it.
Why Did No One Tell Me? by Emma Brockwell
The must-read guide for mums
Emma Brockwell is an expert on prenatal and postnatal conditions. Her new book, Why Did No One Tell Me? How To Protect, Heal And Nurture Your Body Through Motherhood, is an informative handbook to help mums at all stages care for their body. Out tomorrow.
They Call Me Locksmith gym kit
Perfect for at-home workouts and lockdown lounging
If you want simple and effective gym kit, They Call Me Locksmith (created by Leon Rolle, aka Locksmith from Rudimental) is a line of fuss-free designs.
The range comes in six plain colours and each items boast breathable panels, maximum support and a seamless design.
The Bel scented candle
The Bel candle by &You is infused with coconut, palo santo (wood), French lavender and sage. It comes in a solid brass holder and has three brass pins stuck into it.
The idea is that, during your meditation practice you can measure time by the sound of the pins falling.
No tears left to Cryo
These stainless steel CryoOrbs by facialist Abi Oleck should be kept in the freezer and rubbed over the face.
The freezing temperature brings nutrient rich blood to the surface of the skin, thus reducing inflammation and puffiness, flushing out toxins and kick-starting your circulation.
Carb Killa Protein Spreads
Indulge guilt-free on Pancake Day thanks to Grenade’s Carb Killa Protein Spreads.
Low in sugar, high in protein, a 30g portion contains 7g protein and 1.8g sugar,(a well-known rival is 1.8g protein and 16.8g sugar).
Naya Vegan Face Brush
You scrub up well
You might already be dry body brushing, but how about face brushing? It makes sense to buff away dead skin cells, stimulating collagen production, blood circulation and removing toxins from your face, too.
Fibre One cookies and cream squares
Crunch those calories
Looking for a relatively healthy afternoon snack, and want to steer clear of crisps and cakes?
Fibre One Cookies & Cream Drizzle Square is a 90-calorie combination of dark chocolate cookie and sweet vanilla.
Make sure your tap water is crystal Klar
If you’re worried about microplastics and other nasties in your tap water, this Klar Pitcher (3.5l) filters out 95 per cent of fluoride, changes the PH of water to alkaline (it’s thought alkaline water neutralises acid in your bloodstream) and adds minerals to your drink.
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