Using the new year to hit the reset button on your health?
These wellness gadgets and goodies will get you glowing from the inside out.
Don’t forget to take care of your skin health as you embrace a new-year-newme mentality. This sheer daily moisturizer with SPF 50 protects your face from UVA and UVB rays, while antioxidants help fight the effects of blue light and environmental skin stressors.
A new water bottle is a great way to get yourself excited about drinking more water this year—until it comes time to clean it. Enter: LARQ’s Bottle PureVis, a self-cleaning water bottle and water purification system. According to the brand, one tap on the cap sends the PureVis technology into action to eliminate up to 99% of biocontaminants from your water and bottle. Hello, healthy hydration.
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Founded by Atlantans Sean Keating and Keaton Hong, Kea Beverages boasts a variety of bubbly kombucha to keep your gut health in check. More than 100 small businesses throughout Atlanta carry Kea Beverages kombucha in fun flavors like prickly pear and mango, peach, hibiscus and lavender, and strawberry and guava, among others.
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One of the newest offerings from Apple, the Apple Watch Series 9 doubles as a stylish accountability partner to help you prioritize your physical health this year. It also marks the first carbon-neutral product available from the tech giant. Tip: For a sophisticated meets- sporty look, opt for a band from the Apple Watch Hermès partnership (pictured here).
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If you’re setting a daily step goal for the new year, you’re not alone. The innovative WalkingPad reached viral status on social media as work-from-home life became the norm, and it’s the perfect workout buddy to help you achieve your New Year’s resolution without even leaving the house.
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