With 2016 coming to a close, it’s time to reflect on old habits and renew our minds and bodies for the year ahead. The past year saw us sipping matcha, eating clean and meditating en masse - and with another year around the corner, we can’t help but wonder what 2017 will have in store. Here are four health and wellness trends Well+Good’s experts have predicted for the upcoming year.
Spurred by Alicia Keys’ #NoMakeup movement, barefaced beauty has had a major moment in 2016. With celebrities like Cameron Diaz and Lady Gaga jumping on board, the less-is-more look is here to stay. To nail a lit-from-within glow in the New Year, try Alicia Keys’ Éminence skin care routine.
Nesting At Home
With self-care on the rise, we’re tending to swap late nights out for more “me time” at home. To make the most of the nesting trend, get cozy, turn on your latest Netflix obsession and treat your skin to your favorite Éminence masque.
Women (and men) increasingly view skin care as an extension of overall health. The result? We scan beauty and skin care ingredients as rigorously as we would a food label (Well+Good). Éminence embodies this clean beauty ethos, using sustainable farming and green practices to deliver the highest quality natural, organic and Biodynamic® skin care.
With several Éminence spa resort partners topping Condé Nast Traveler’s Readers Choice Awards, it comes as no surprise that wellness travel is forecast to grow in 2017. According to The New York Times, we are living in the “golden age of the wellness vacation”, with destination spas that offer a full range of mind- and body-improving amenities paving the way. Golden Door Spa Resort in San Diego, California (pictured left) and Canyon Ranch in Tuscon, Arizona are two Éminence partners that offer luxurious, full-service wellness vacations. Don’t miss your chance to enter our Holiday Contest - you could win a luxury retreat to the famous Golden Door Spa Resort!
Which of these trends will you embrace in 2017? Tell us in the comments below.
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