Headlines in the Global Wellness Economy

Global Wellness News™ | June 28th, 2022

Nature-Seeking Home Buyers Are Answering the Call of the Wild-and Paying a Premium for It, Too

Rachel Dees has always loved outdoor activities, such as mountain biking, rock climbing, skiing and fly fishing. What she didn’t like, however, was the three-hour drive to the mountains from her home outside Seattle.

New Deloitte report finds the health and fitness sector contributes up to US$91.22bn a year to global GDP | spabusiness.com news

A new report by Deloitte, outlining the social and economic value of the global health and fitness industry, has been released by The Global Health & Fitness Alliance (GHFA), in collaboration with IHRSA.

Inclusive AI beauty advisors

Elsewhere, AI is highlighting that one size does not fit all, while empowering people to love and care for their hair. Launched in March 2022, the AI Haircare Advisor by Revieve uses patented mobile selfie diagnostics technology to provide insights about hair type, curl pattern, volume, thickness, and color.

How to design homes for life well beyond 100

The senior housing industry is starting to plan-and build-for a much older future.

The Microorganisms in the Beauty Aisle

Increasingly, prebiotics, probiotics and postbiotics are popping up in skin-care products. Can they help more than just our gut health? The last few years have engendered a panicked crash course in viruses and how they function, and thus an inescapable awareness of the tiny particles living on our hands and faces.

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