The Wellness Launches To Shop Now

From the supplements worthy of a space on your bathroom shelf to fibre-filled snacks to support a healthy gut, here are the health and fitness launches to try this month.

Amelia Freer Create Academy

The ultimate investment in your health, Amelia Freer’s first ever online course in partnership with Create Academy will encourage you to think beyond fads and rules when it comes to nutrition. Consisting of over 30 bite-size videos – each around ten minutes in length – alongside a collection of downloadable handouts with endless resources and recipes, this is the equivalent of having Amelia in your pocket. From the importance of gut health to optimising kitchen efficiency and the role of nutritional supplements, no topic is left unturned. If you feel confused when it comes to what’s on your plate, this course aims to demystify healthy eating and help you build life-long habits.


Blue Elvin

Created for girls who lift, Blue Elvin was founded by sisters Lamorna and Tamara who fell in love with weight training, but were unprepared for the constant marks, scrapes and bruises that came with it. Two years in the making, Blue Elvin’s limited-edition line-up – comprising a sports bra, leggings and shin sleeves – will protect collarbones and shins during training, allowing you to work out comfortably. Specially engineered for women, this clever collection is also eco-friendly – the team actively work with factories to reduce waste and partner with local suppliers for eco materials, and each item arrives in a reusable pouch without hang tags. You heard it here first.


Nessa Organics

From pregnancy, postpartum recovery, motherhood to menopause, your body is constantly changing, and Nessa was designed to support your skin when it needs it most. Formulated alongside some of the UK’s most experienced doctors, cosmetic scientists and women’s health practitioners, all Nessa products are packed with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory-rich ingredients. Take, for example, Scar Saviour, which contains powerful plant actives to ease the appearance of c-section scars and stretch marks; and Nipple SOS, a lanolin-free, multiuse balm that will renew dry, cracked skin. 


Secret Spa Covid Test

A long-time SL favourite when it comes to at-home spray tans and round-the-clock manicures, mobile beauty service Secret Spa has recently added health-oriented treatments to its roster to offer Covid-19 antibody and swab tests. Done in the comfort of your own home, both tests are carried out by a medical professional with samples analysed in a London-based laboratory. Results are with you within 48 hours and there’s also an option to get a negative swab certificate if needed for overseas travel.


Technogym Bench

The perfect companion for your at-home gym, Technogym’s latest piece of kit gets our vote. Ideal for compact spaces, the game-changing bench combines dumbbells, weighted knuckles, resistance bands and a training mat for endless workout possibilities. Use the gym-quality elastic bands – which come in three different resistance levels – to tone the upper body, while the hexagon dumbbells will complement your strength training programme; use them to isolate single muscle groups or combine muscle groups for a full-body blast.


Votary Supplements

Organic skincare brand Votary’s first foray into the supplement sphere, this three-piece collection will fast become your go-to for optimal winter wellness. With soothing lemon balm and l-tryptophan to encourage the production of melatonin, Super Sleep is ideal for those who struggle to switch off in the evenings, while Super Glow, a cocktail of complexion-boosting ingredients, including vitamins A, C and selenium, will stimulate cell repair for a lit-from-within glow. And with six strains of beneficial bacteria, Super Gut will bring your gut microbiome back into balance, ideal for overall wellness.



The natural way to reawaken play, even on sensitive days, Wylde’s certified vegan and organic lubricant is 100% clean. Made from five botanicals and blended with cooling and anti-irritating aloe vera gel, Wylde’s lube is pH balanced and has a silky, long-lasting (and non-sticky) feel. Plus, it’s condom-safe and free from any nasties, unlike other brands. Developed by a medical herbalist specialising in vaginal health, rest assured this lube ticks all the wellness boxes.


Nourished Gummies

Advocating a bespoke approach to health, Nourished offers tailor-made gummy supplements, which are also vegan, eco-friendly and sugar-free. Using industry-first technology, Nourished allows you to combine seven active ingredients in one edible gummy to suit your health needs, whether you’re addressing a vitamin D deficiency or looking to boost muscle recovery. Either make your own blend or buy a pre-made pack – we have our eye on the Inner Peace blend, formulated with calming maca and ashwagandha as well as energy-balancing vitamin B12 and CoQ10. It’s clever stuff.



For a wellbeing boost on-the-go, Basho’s aromatherapy rollerballs are worth keeping on your radar. Made in small batches in Cornwall, these pure, potent and powerful blends will soothe frazzled nerves and revive energy levels. With subtly sweet herbaceous notes, Solar is our top pick, designed to emanate inner strength and melt away barriers of self-doubt. Roll onto inner wrists, temples, sides of your neck and inner elbows for the best results. 


Gut Stuff Fibre Bars

When it comes to supporting your gut health, which is linked to the health of pretty much every other organ, one of the most important things you can do is eat more fibre, yet 90% of us aren’t getting the recommended 30g of fibre daily. Enter The Gut Stuff’s Good Fibrations snack bars, which are brimming with 10g of fibre per bar, making reaching your daily target easier than ever. A delicious blend of dates and nuts, the bars are available in three different flavours. Gluten-free, dairy-free and suitable for vegans, The Gut Stuff has your mid-morning snack covered.


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