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In need of some “me time” without having the time or the money for a spa day? Just take a hot bath! But not just any hot bath – we found something that will take your relaxation to a whole new level.
Cannabinoid-infused salt soak provides a new and elevated experience for you to soothe and soak the stress away. Combining the therapeutic properties of CBD with the mental and physical relief that come from hot baths, your self-care routine will be unstoppable.
How does it help?
Well, it’s fairly simple. The classic bath bomb created with soaps, glitter, soothing essences, bubbles, and Epsom salts are now becoming infused with concentrated CBD oils.
CBD topical oil treatments create a unique and positive interaction with the endocannabinoid system (ECS). A full body immersion in salts rich in powerful minerals such as magnesium and potassium with the multiple benefits of CBD enhances your overall relaxation experience and will boost your in-home spa regimen.
First, CBD has significant anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and neuroprotective traits meaning it protects and preserves the skin from free radical damage caused by UV rays and environmental pollutants. The oil then moisturizes and nourishes your skin to prevent aging and fine lines. CBD can also reduce intense pain caused by inflammation in the joints and muscles throughout the body, which is especially useful for highly-active individuals because CBD quickens the healing of injured connective tissue. Finally, CBD is known to treat anxiety disorders, aiding in relief from both physical and mental stress.
Bringing each of these properties into play as supplements to a soothing hot bath can only prove to be a deeply relaxing experience.
Will I get high?
Absolutely not! While you may feel dazed from the overwhelming calmness of the bath, CBD is non-psychoactive and will not get you high. THC is the psychoactive compound in cannabis that gives the intoxicating effects.
Bathing rituals in ancient times were believed to be an important part of one’s self care. Experience a new all natural way to relieve your mental and physical stress and start your search for a quality CBD Salt Soak
right away! Know your source; only use products that are lab produced and verifiably, third party tested.
Stay tuned for even more amazing CBD discoveries!
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A carb blocker is proven by science to promote weight loss and prevent post-meal bloating.
Developed by Polish scientists, Tribitor, which is dissolved in water and consumed 15 minutes before eating high-GI foods, inhibits the absorption of carbs, preventing high insulin levels and the deposition of fat around the midriff, according to Kate Marczak, who was a lead scientist on the supplement’s trials.
Tribitor, which starts from £25 and is available to buy online, also stops blood sugar spikes in the blood, and therefore subsequent energy slumps and sugar cravings, she adds.
In the first phase of one of the supplement’s trials, which had 120 participants, Tribitor was shown to reduce glucose spikes by 45 per cent and insulin spikes by 38 per cent.
As well as weight gain, the consumption, and therefore absorption, of high-GI foods, such as white bread, rice and pasta, has previously been linked to type 2 diabetes and accelerated ageing.
Discover the Extraordinary at Las Vegas Market, Sunday, January 28 – Thursday, February 1!
Our gift & home tradeshow features 4000+ product lines across our 5+ million sq. ft. campus in downtown Las Vegas. It’s all here: profitable product, priceless networking, amenities galore, and world class accommodations.
Explore personal care, fashion jewelry & accessories, men’s gifts, travel products & more to round out your retail assortment. This gift & home tradeshow is much different (although very complementary!) than spa tradeshows. You will NOT find here professional grade skin care or spa equipment — we feature loads of front of house retail!
Allan Share and Patti Biro of Spa Industry Association warmly welcome you here to shop! They’ve curated a list of unique vendors and suppliers available at Las Vegas Market. As you walk the tradeshow, explore these interesting product lines that fit the spa/wellness, personal care and lifestyle channels.
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100% pure, medical-grade cotton, these cotton pads are large 3″ oval shaped in order to better fit the contours of your face.
– Constructed with a quilt-like surface to resist shredding
– Larger, 3” size, fits the contours of the face
– 100% pure, medical-grade cotton, double-sided
– Use wet or dry
– Ideal for facials to remove make-up or as eye pads
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Anthropologie isn’t entering wellness with a whimper.
The Urban Outfitters Inc.-owned clothing retailer is headed full throttle into the category with a new area at its Palo Alto store containing more than 100 brands and 500 products. Also showcased on its website, the wellness brands populating Anthropologie include Pursoma, Jiya Beauty, Yuni Beauty, Sweat Cosmetics, This Works, Slip, Stoned, Hum Nutrition, Cor Pendant, Keeko, The Organic Pharmacy, WelleCo, Fressko, Plant Apothecary, Happy Spritz, The Beauty Chef, Jane Inc., Matcha Maiden and te+te.
Under the direction of general merchandise manager Catherine Moellering with assistance from buyer Larah Stromberg, Anthropologie has been accelerating its beauty offerings over the past few years and incorporated wellness products in a limited selection prior to the latest upsurge. Sister chains Urban Outfitters and Free People have delved into the budding wellbeing segment in their assortments with products from Sustain Condoms, Yoni Egg and Love Triangle putting Free People on the leading edge of the wellness movement.
Akron, Ohio – January 10, 2018– Biofreeze®, Massage Envy® and Bon Vital’® are pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Successful Hands Grant Program™. The program, a collaborative effort between three leading brands in the industry, supports professional massage therapy students by awarding eight $1,000 educational grants. In addition, each winner’s school receives a $1,000 grant package. In February, applicants were asked to complete a 200-word essay on “What being a successful massage therapist means to me.” The submission process brought in over 600 applications before it closed on October 15, 2017.
“We are always grateful for the opportunity to invest in the future of the massage therapy profession, and this program is one of my favorite ways to do so,” said Marshall Dahneke, Chief Commercial Officer, Performance Health. “Once again, we are impressed by the high level of professionalism and passion exhibited by the participating students. I am excited and honored to announce this year’s winners.”
The 2017 program recipients were announced in a video message today on the Successful Hands Grants and Massage Envy Careers Facebook pages and are listed below:
Desserin Custodio, National Holistic Institute, Studio City, CA
Paul Howey, Cortiva Institute, Scottsdale, AZ
Annemarie Juntunen, Pittsburgh School of Massage Therapy, Pittsburgh, PA
Bailey Mathews, National Holistic Institute, Sacramento, CA
Joanne Nastri, Inland Massage Institute, Spokane, WA
Cynthia Nelson, Northwestern Health Sciences University, Bloomington, MN
Tresca Pennington, School of Massage at Kneaded Energy, Greensboro, NC
Annie Seward, Central Florida School of Massage Therapy, Winter Park, FL
“Therapists and their commitment to taking good care of their clients are at the heart of the Massage Envy brand,” said Joe Magnacca, CEO of Massage Envy Franchising. “We work hard to support and elevate the entire profession, which is why we have been a partner in the Successful Hands Grant Program for the past four years.”
“We’re excited to partner with Performance Health to support these students who are dedicating their lives to total body care,” added Rick Boden, Director of Employee Brand Engagement, Massage Envy. “We received so many wonderful submissions; I know it wasn’t easy for our selection committee to choose only eight winners. We’re very grateful for their willingness to serve on the review committee.”
2017 review committee members:
Scott Dartnall, President and CEO, One Concept
Mae Manacap-Johnson, Senior Editor, Pulse; International SPA Association
Karen Menehan, Editor in Chief, MASSAGE Magazine
Michelle Medaris, Associate Editor, Massage Today
Leslie Young, ABMP, Vice President Communication.
“We can’t wait to see what the 2017 winners accomplish and we look forward to kicking off the 2018 Successful Hands Grant Program next month,” said Lynda Solien-Wolfe, Vice President Massage and Spa, Performance Health. “Be part of our Facebook community to stay up to date on all the launch details.”
About Massage Envy
Massage Envy, based in Scottsdale, Arizona, is a national franchisor and, through its franchise locations, is the leading provider of therapeutic massage and skincare services, and proprietary assisted stretching service, Total Body Stretch. The Massage Envy franchise system is, collectively, the largest employer of massage therapists and estheticians, with more than 35,000 dedicated wellness professionals that provide best-in-class service to over 1.65 million members. Founded in 2002, Massage Envy has more than 1,170 franchise locations in 49 states that have together delivered more than 100 million massages and facials. For more information, visit www.massageenvy.com, or follow us on Twitter @MassageEnvy and Facebook www.facebook.com/MassageEnvy.
About Performance Health
Performance Health is the largest specialty distributor and manufacturer of branded products and solutions for rehabilitation, recovery, and sports medicine in the world. The Performance Health brand family includes the well-known and highly recognized brand names – Bon Vital’®, Biofreeze®, TheraBand®, Cramer®, Active Ankle®, Perform®, and Hygenic®. Performance Health is proud of the ability to serve anyone including those recovering from an injury, to those suffering from pain, to weekend warriors, to elite athletes, to healthcare professionals…and everyone in between. For each person, our purpose is simple: help them feel good, perform better, and live great!
Follow the grant program at www.Facebook.com/SuccessfulHandsGrants