The Fit List: Put your wellness first with these beauty and fitness buys
If you’re looking to put a spring in your step for Easter, you’ve come to the right place.
Are your running leggings saggy and old? Perhaps it’s time to try and buy sustainably from Aire Active.
Headphones keep dying on you when you need them most? Audio-Technica’s new ATH-SQ1TW wireless earphones last for 6.5 hours… And they’re splash-proof.
And is your skin still brittle and dry from winter? CeraVe have a cure for that.
Plus, there’s bootcamp tickets and yoga in the sky to get you active this spring.
Read on for our top fitness and wellness purchases this April.
Look good, wear sustainable
Looking for sustainable fitness kit? Aire Active is a one-stop hub for sustainably led sportswear with brands from all over the world. From athleisure to high-performance kit, brand credentials are clearly laid out.
Buy for £20 from Aire Active
The elixir of hair rejuvenation
Elle Macpherson’s wellness brand WelleCo is branching out in haircare with The Hair Elixir. The vegan formula thickens, strengthens and nourishes hair to minimise loss and reduce breakage, thanks to ingredients including biotin, amino acids, zinc, omega complex and iodine.
Buy for £40 from WelleCo
Skin there, done that
CeraVe Hydrating Foaming Oil Cleanser contains three essential ceramides, plus plant-derived squalane oil and triglycerides to replenish the skin barrier and eliminate dryness.
Buy for £12.50 from Boots
Blue is the colour
We love the bright summer shades of Audio-Technica’s new ATH-SQ1TW wireless earphones. The buds feature a splashproof design so are great for upcoming April showers and have a battery life of 6.5 hours with an additional 13 hours of use from the charging case.
Buy for £79.99 from Audio-Technica
Have fun exploring your neighbourhood
Beat The Street is a fun, free game for the whole family to explore their local area, whether on foot or bike. Simply register, download the map online and tap your card (collected from distribution points) on the BeatBoxes which will be located on lampposts around your city, to collect points.
Tickets are free
Put the boot into Easter
No1 Bootcamp is hosting a Family Camp at The De Vere Horsley Estate Hotel in Surrey. Held on April 9-12 and 13-16, adults undergo an intense training regime, while children (aged four to 14) are entertained with football lessons, badminton, face painting and treasure hunts.
Adult tickets available from £595
The sky’s the limit
The popular TruBe morning yoga classes are back at the Sky Garden as of yesterday. Head to London’s highest green oasis (36 storeys up) to practise your downward dog overlooking the city. The dynamic Vinyasa flow-style sessions are held six days a week.
Tickets available from £20
Get some gut-friendly granola
Gut health brand Bio & Me has launched a FODMAP-friendly and gluten-free granola. Created by the Gut Health Doctor, Dr Megan Rossi, Seed & Nut is made with 16 plant-based ingredients and aimed at anyone with a sensitive tummy.
Buy for £3.90 from Ocado
Refocus as you relax
The makers of The Ritual Dark Moon Bath Salts say they should be used when the moon is dark or new. With the hypnotic scent of frankincense, the cleansing salts are intended to help you reflect and set intentions where needed.
Buy for £50.84 from Brown Thomas
Step out safely
HAIX has launched the CONNEXIS Go GTX, a leisure shoe that is designed to stimulate the fascia in the foot (the tough band of tissue that runs along the sole, connecting the heel bone to the toes) and prevent injuries. The clever strap construction runs around the foot and stimulates the fascia and muscles to keep them elastic. Comes in a super-smart mint-coral colourway.
Buy for £120.75 from HAIX
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