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Wellness is the new luxury.
Living a happy and healthful life is where it’s at, and this wellness movement is taking hold of multiple industries from real estate and tourism to parenting, technology and interior design with everything else mixed in.
We’ve got the scoop on what you can expect in coming years, and it’s crazy cool.
Wellness real estate and communities put people’s health at the center of design. These include “agrihoods” or communities revolving around farms and residences will be built around natural and healing thermal and mineral springs. The global wellness real estate and communities sector is experiencing a growth spurt. Wellness real est
Faced with the overwhelming stress of the holidays, and the tendency to overindulge, most of us need more than old-fashioned willpower to sail through December without some missteps. Couple the season’s abundant food temptations with your genetic makeup, and it can be a perfect storm to go off the rails from Halloween to New Year’s.
Enter Arivale, the cutting edge science-based wellness program that uses genetic and clinical data to help you optimize heart health, weight loss, nutrition, healthy aging, stress management and more. Basically, you take a selfie from the inside to understand your genetic makeup, test 80+ clinical markers, and then they connect you with one of their awesome
AmorePacific may just be the largest beauty brand that you’ve never heard of. The 16th largest beauty company in the world, the Korean personal care giant has over 20 cosmetics, skincare and fragrance brands including the recent acquisition of French fragrance house Annick Goutal.
The uber luxury signature brand – called simply AmorePacific – has just released an anti-aging collection entitled Time Response. The collection is formulated to restore the skin’s volume, density and elasticity by repairing the skin at its deepest levels. It reverses the signs of aging by activating the three genes found to stimulate cell renewal. The formulation harnesses the power of privately culti