This Month’s Health & Fitness List

From the rowing machine everyone’s talking about to the world’s first supplement designed specifically for eczema, here’s what you need to know about in the world of health and wellbeing this April…
This Month’s Health & Fitness List
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DAME Aer Vibrator

A sex toy that doesn’t vibrate may not sound like much, but the devil’s in the detail. Using pressure wave technology to mimic the sensations of oral sex, DAME’s Aer has been ergonomically designed to create a soft seal around your clitoris and provide a deep climax. Boasting five patterns and intensities, there’s plenty to explore, plus it’s made with medical-grade silicone and is fully waterproof. Fully recharged in two hours via USB, the battery will last 90 minutes on maximum intensity, giving you endless moments of solo pleasure.

Visit FreePeople.com

HUM Nutrition

Naturally sourced and formulated by nutritionists, HUM Nutrition is the number-one premium supplement brand in the US and recently made its way across the pond. Offering solutions for everything from bloating to blemishes, each formula has been triple-tested for potency and purity, so rest assured these supplements do what they say. Calm Sweet Calm, a cherry flavoured gummy formulated with ashwaghanda (an adaptogen renowned for its stress-busting benefits) and L-theanine (proven to help reduce cortisol levels and increase relaxation) will fast become your go-to for busy days. 

Visit CultBeauty.co.uk

Flomacy

Fans of Bach’s legendary Rescue Remedy should seek out Flomacy, a new British brand founded by naturopath Hannah Knight. Concocted using organic wildflower essences, all of which are foraged in the UK, Flomacy’s blends have been formulated to dispel negative emotions such as anxiety, frustration and lethargy. Choose from six different blends – we love Calm to shift unwanted moods and thought patterns, and Optimism for a more positive frame of mind – or book in for an online consultation with Hannah herself to create your own bespoke blend.

Visit Flomacy.com

Lululemon Take Form Yoga Mat

If your yoga habits look set to continue from the comfort of your living room, upgrade your practice with Lululemon’s hot-off-the-press Take Form mat. A world first, the mat has been designed with cutting-edge technology to improve alignment for a more focused practice. Whether you’re looking to nail your sun salutations or perfect your crow pose, this clever mat features 3D-zoned cushioning designed to enhance sensory perception with visual and tactile alignment cues. Suitable for beginners and pros alike, the mat also offers superior grip and stability. It’s made from natural, sustainably sourced rubber too. 

Visit Lululemon.co.uk

Hydrow

If spinning isn’t your thing, Hydrow’s at-home rowing machine is the kit to know. Already making waves in the US, Hydrow was named one of Time magazine’s best inventions of 2020. It offers immersive classes that transport you live to waterways around the world using patented technology. Classes are led by world-class athletes (most are Olympians) and the streamlined tech guarantees a full-body yet low-impact workout that gets your heart rate and endorphins soaring. Studies show a Hydrow workout engages 86% of your muscles compared to just 44% when cycling. Membership will also give you access to unlimited mat classes, including yoga, Pilates and strength training. You heard it here first.

Visit Hydrow.co.uk

MOJU Prebiotic Shot 

The ultimate addition to your morning routine, MOJU’s bacteria-packed drink is one to try if you’re looking to improve your gut health. Brimming with some of the world’s most supercharged prebiotics and plant fibres – think baobab, green banana, chicory root and golden kiwi – this clever drink will survive the naturally acidic stomach environment to reach the lower gut intact, where it can get to work on your army of good bacteria. Each bottle contains a week’s worth of shots – either drink alone or add to your daily smoothie.

Visit MojuDrinks.com

Peep Club

Did you know you blink up to eight times less often when looking at a screen? It’s no wonder many of us end the day with tired, heavy and dry eyes. If this sounds familiar, Peep Club’s Instant Relief Eye Spray is one to keep on your radar. Created by expert optometrists, this hard-working spray hydrates eyes from the inside out with a unique blend of organic and wild-harvested ingredients. The formula is also free from alcohol and preservatives, and suitable for vegans. Its Heated Eye Wand also provides a blissful at-home treatment for particularly tired eyes. 

Visit PeepClub.com

Stretch Inc

If a year of WFH has wreaked havoc with your posture, consider booking in for a session with the Stretch Inc experts. More dynamic than massages, these assisted stretching sessions will relieve tension and aid mobility, whether you’re struggling with a sore lower back, tight hips or hunched shoulders. Your dedicated stretchologist will gently move your limbs, holding them for a specific amount of time to lengthen fascia, muscle fibre and tissue, resulting in reduced pain and increased flexibility in as little as 15 minutes. The studio is re-opening on 12th April – advance booking is highly recommended. 

Visit StretchInc.uk

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