Treat yourself to the latest feel-good beauty and wellness products

Feel like you haven’t been paying your body enough attention recently?

No matter what stage you are at in your life, you shouldn’t let let your hectic schedule stop you from putting your health first.

Of course, different things work at different ages, which is why this week’s Fit List includes skincare that works when you’re in your twenties, as well as a nourishing skin treat for people going through the menopause.

But some things work whatever your age, like races that raise money at the same time as your fitness level, wellness-boosting herbal teas, and soothing CBD oil.

Gallinée oral care

Gallinée is known for its microbiome beauty products and has now launched an oral care range.

Designed to balance oral microbiome, the toothpaste and suckable supplements will feed the 700-plus good bacteria in your mouth, remove plaque and neutralise acid formation.

Available from £12 at Gallinee.

Lab Tonica Tea Bar, Gazelli House

Herbal wellness brand Lab Tonica has launched a Tea Bar at Gazelli House in South Kensington, London. Sit back, relax and reap the benefits of carefully crafted loose teas such as Pow (a blend with ginger and lemongrass), or Breathe (calming linden blossom and ashwagandha) in a sanctuary surrounding.

Find out more here.

Gym For Your Skin

Gym For Your Skin is a new vegan range of cosmeceutical skincare products aimed at 16 to 30-year-olds.

Products contain active ingredients such as vitamins A, B, C, E, omegas, ceramides, squalene, AHAs, probiotics, hyaluronic acid and antioxidants.

Available from £27 at Gym For Your Skin.

Run Leggings

Activewear brand Kit Change’s new Run Leggings are high-waisted, squat-proof and come with a cool side-stripe design.

Buy it for £55 from Kit Change.

2021 London Landmarks Half Marathon

Looking for a running challenge? The 2021 London Landmarks Half Marathon is being held on August 1 and takes you past some of the capital’s most famous landmarks.

The public ballot is closed, but there are still charity places available.

Find out more here.

Halle Berry x Sweaty Betty The Rē•spin Edit

Sound the klaxon! Sweaty Betty has partnered with Halle Berry to create an activewear collection.

The Rē•spin Edit (named after Halle’s wellness brand) features more than 20 pieces mixing technical performance and lifestyle pieces, co-designed by Halle herself.

Collection available from £50 at Sweaty Betty.

Vita Coco haircare range

Give dry, damaged hair a boost and soothe an itchy, flaky scalp with Vita Coco’s new natural cleansing, conditioning and treatment products – with up to 31 per cent coconut, plus nutrients and antioxidants.

Collection available from £9.99 at Vita Coco.

Menopause Faace Treatment Mask

Menopause Faace Treatment Mask contains hydrating, anti-inflammatory and collagen-boosting ingredients to tackle skin symptoms linked to the menopause and the perimenopause.

Buy it for £29 from Faace.

Orlo 10% Mint infused CBD oil

Put off by CBD oils because of the taste? Orlo create 100% pure hemp oils infused with essential oils.

The Mint Infuse bottle has the clean taste of mint and contains 1,000mg of CBD.

Buy it for £35 (10ml) from Orlo.

Wild soap bars

Check out these natural soaps from Wild. Bars are free from detergents, synthetic ingredients and parabens and the Orange Zest, Jasmin & Mandarin Blossom and Lavender smell amazing.

Buy it for £12 (Trio Variety Pack) from Wild.

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