From eco peat rolls to alcohol-free bubbles, they’re the best wellness buys

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We are all looking forward to summer and getting out and about with our friends and family.

But isn’t it terrible when you start packing for that vacation or day trip and realize you’re totally unprepared?

No fear. If your running tights are starting to droop and you could use a stash of alcohol-free bubbly for sunny weekday evening emergencies, we’ve got you covered.

Here are the best fitness and wellness buys right now.

Liberty Feel-Good Florals Sportswear

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Flower power (Photo: Agnes Lloyd-Platt)

If you love flowers, you’ll love Liberty’s Feel-Good Florals Activewear collection.

With a water-repellent running jacket, a camisole top designed for high-impact workouts and supportive leggings in three different prints, it’s an Instagram-worthy kit.

Buy from £95 at Liberty London.

Foodspring Clear Whey Lemonade flavor protein powder

How so?

Whey it up (Photo: Foodspring)

Shake up your post-workout drink with a Foodspring Clear Whey Lemonade Flavored Protein Powder.

Not only does it taste dreamy, but there’s 26g of protein and only 113 calories per 30g serving.

Buy for £29.99 from Foodspring.

Chelsea Lewis Facial Oil

Oil be there

Oil be there (Photo: Chelsee Lewis)

Celebrity facialist Chelseé Lewis has created a facial oil with a powerhouse of ingredients rich in essential fatty acids, minerals and vitamins.

It works to brighten and rejuvenate, improve the appearance of pigmentation and scars, and promote relaxation.

Buy for £85 from Chelsea Lewis.

Tidal Xtra Life Long Sleeve Swimsuit

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In the swim (Picture: Sweaty Betty)

The Sweaty Betty Swim collection combines performance swimwear with eco-friendly and recycled fabrics. Key features include removable cups and UV protection.

We’re in love with the Tidal Xtra Life Long Sleeve Swimsuit in Green Leaf Print.

Buy for £110 from Sweaty Betty.

The human experience


Breathe in (Photo: The Human Experience)

The Human Experience is a haven for bio-hackers. It brings together guided breathwork, a group movement session, a group ice bath experience, journalling, meditation and live music.

The event will take place on June 11 from 10am to 3pm at Rushett Farm in Surrey and a vegan lunch is included.

Reserve your seat for £130 at The Human Experience.

Who Give A Crap eco-friendly toilet paper


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Who Gives A Crap makes eco-friendly toilet paper from sustainable materials such as bamboo and donates 50% of the profits to charities worldwide.

The limited-edition Where’s The Loo reels are packaged in an illustrated puzzle to ponder while you poop.

Buy for £50 (48 double length rolls) from Who Gives A Crap.

Smile Makers Silky Wipes

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Feeling fresh (Photo: Smile Makers)

If you need to freshen up in the hot weather ladies, Smile Makers Silky
(S)Wipes are biodegradable wipes for intimate hygiene.

They contain extracts of soothing chamomile, moisturizing aloe vera, nourishing vitamin E and prebiotics.

Buy for £7.95 (pack of 12 sachets) from Boots.

Pale Fox Prosecco

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Drink it in (Picture: Pale Fox)

If you’re looking for an alcohol-free sparkling wine that also contains polyphenols and antioxidants, look no further than Pale Fox Prosecco.

A blend of grapes from Italy, it has about 75% fewer calories than alcoholic equivalents.

Buy for £21.95 from Pale Fox Prosecco.

Misfits bar

Raise the bar

Raise the bar (Photo: Misfits)

Enjoy a plant-based Misfits bar and enjoy the delicious three-layer chocolate covered snack knowing it has 16g of protein, over 8g of fiber and less than 1g of sugar.

Buy for £20 (for a 12 bar box) from Misfits.

Origins GinZing Glow Boosting Mask

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Sing Thing (Picture: Origins)

Origins GinZing Glow-Boosting Mask is a coffee-infused lightweight mask that transforms the skin thanks to a refreshing complex with caffeine, ginseng, orange capsules and naturally derived vitamin C.

Buy for £33 from Origins.

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