Just the Thing for Skin
Toner is meant to deep-clean your skin, but cheap products often end up doing more harm than good. Thayers, by contrast, uses primarily natural ingredients, doesn’t cause dryness and leaves no unwanted sheen or smell behind.
It's certainly a cliché, but nevertheless true, that you don't have anything if you don't have your health. The implications of this are huge. Since the human body doesn't have a magical reset switch, how you work, how you play and even how you sleep are all important to living a long and vigorous life.
Luckily, there are a couple of tools available to make all this a little easier. Whether you're looking for a gift to boost energy levels, improve the state of mind, or even to look better without using artificial cosmetics, something you'll find here is bound to be of help.
Many people enjoy foot massages, but there isn’t always someone around to give you one. Once you have this machine, you can get a relaxing massage anytime you want to. This will make a great gift for anyone who’s constantly stressed.
Light therapy may seem like a weird idea, but it’s been proven to work: having the right kind of illumination around you actually makes you happier and more focused. This gadget does exactly that, and is highly portable to boot.
Chronic stress doesn’t just lead to painful muscular tension, it can be downright lethal if left unchecked. Luckily, there are a couple of things you can do to improve such a situation, whether in your own life or by giving this stylish yet effective massager as a gift.
Fitness trackers are helping people all over the world stay fit and healthy. This budget choice from Letscom is a stylish way for anyone to keep track of their exercise progress, ensuring you’re getting the workout you need.
Pills can help a little with lower back pain, but unless you address its cause the problem will only get worse. This funny-looking chair can improve your posture habits when it comes to something you spend many hours doing each day: sitting.
What really is the fastest, safest way of improving your race times? According to these three authors, all of who are respected figures in the world of running, the answer lies in training harder, but less frequently than most marathoners think.
Whether thinking about workout supplements or liquid meals for when you’re on the go, you don’t need to settle for lumpy results. Shaking on its own, as you probably know, doesn’t really work with a full bottle, but this one-of-a-kind system mixes like a champ.
If you don’t think of skipping rope as a serious exercise, you probably just haven’t tried it with a speed rope yet. Ergonomic handles and a weighted cord make it possible to go much faster, burning an impressive number of calories in the process.
If you look up the symptoms of a rash, a runny nose, or a headache, this book will tell you the worst conditions this could possibly be a sign of. Once you’ve done this a few times and remain alive and kicking, the fear gets sucked out of this process.
There are various techniques to deal with stress, but what if you don’t even know where to start? That’s where this stress management tracker comes in. The perfect gift for workaholics who tend to forget about their health.
Want to transmit your interest in meditation to someone? With Muse 2, even those who are simply not good at meditation the first, third or thirtieth time, will be convinced. The device will remind them to relax when they’re veering off course.
With so much nonsense available online regarding “health foods”, how much of this is hype? Is yerba mate really that good for you? It can elevate your mental and physical energy levels without straining your heart, so in our opinion, the answer is yes.