The Fit List: Wellness treats from sustainable activewear to essential oils

In need of some TLC?

This week’s Fit List is all about care – whether for yourself, others, or the planet.

Go sustainable with all natural dental care, eco activewear, and dairy-free milk, or soothe yourself with essential oils and a holistic fitness app.

Plus, you can help a great cause when you buy a bottle of shampoo or conditioner from Philip Kingsley’s No Scent No Colour range.

Reformation activewear collection

LA-based brand Reformation promises to be Climate Positive by 2025, thanks to its use of low-impact materials, rescued deadstock fabrics and repurposed vintage clothing. The EcoMove fabric on its fitness apparel now comes in this funky Cheetah print.

Shop the collection from £50 (High Rise leggings, £90; Gwen bra, £50) at Reformation

Trelonk essential oil

Science and botanicals combine in Trelonk’s essential oil formulas. Designed to relieve conditions associated with pain, the mind and sleep, the three categories (Soothe, Support and Sleep) boast active ingredients.

Use with a steam diffuser, oil burner, inhaler, or dilute with carrier oils and apply to the skin or in the bath. You can even mix and match the oils.

Shop samples from £2.50 at Trelonk

The Skin Elixir capsule

Elle Macpherson’s much sought-after The Skin Elixir now comes in capsule form.

Each capsule is a powerful blend of 18 greens such as broccoli and spinach with antioxidants, vitamins and minerals to support collagen formation, skin regeneration, plus reduce free radicals and maintain elasticity.

Buy it for £28 from WelleCo

Hello oral care range

Want something more natural when it comes to oral care? Hello uses natural and responsibly sourced ingredients and materials (such as sustainable bamboo and FSC-certified cartons printed with soy-based ink).

It’s formulated with a calcium mineral blend that naturally whitens teeth, farm-grown peppermint, tea tree oil and coconut oil.

Shop the collection from £3.49 at Superdrug

Vita Coco Choc-o-lot drink

That 3pm slump getting you down? Vita Coco Choc-o-Lot is a coconut water and chocolate flavour combo to boost energy levels and curb cravings.

It’s dairy-free so not a milkshake (it’s not a water either) and contains replenishing potassium and immune-boosting vitamin C.

Buy it for £2.50 from Waitrose

Oona Series

Online fitness destination Oona Series counts Ellie Goulding as a fan thanks to its 5-45min classes covering everything from HIIT and dance fitness to pilates and barre. There are even workouts and meditation for kids and a holistic coach.

Free 14-day trial, from £49 per month thereafter

No Scent No Colour Shampoo and Conditioner

Want to support someone going through breast cancer? Philip Kingsley created No Scent No Colour Shampoo and Conditioner for his wife when she was being treated.

It’s super gentle and fragrance, colour, paraben and SLS-free.

Buy it for £20.50 each (a percentage of each bottle sold is donated to Look Good Feel Better charity) from Philip Kingsley

The Mamma Collective

If you’re a busy mum looking to claw back some self-care, check out The Mamma Collective. This online programme gives you access to knowledge, guidance, and practical tools to bring about positive changes in your life. You just need ten minutes a day.

Subscribe for £24.95 per month

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