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Global Wellness News™ | September 27th, 2022

Still feeling good: The US wellness market continues to boom

As evidenced by fitness classes, wearable technology, and mindfulness apps, wellness continues to be a major priority for consumers, increasingly becoming a part of their everyday lives. We estimate the spend on wellness products and services to be more than $450 billion in the United States and growing at more than 5 percent annually.

Wellness travel on rise as consumers prioritize health | PhocusWire

Despite financial concerns, half of consumers plan to maintain or increase spending on leisure travel in the months ahead, regardless of income level, according to a recent Accenture study. Some are looking to not only get away, but to also focus on their well-being: Among high-income consumers, 39% say they already have a luxury trip or wellness retreat booked through early 2023.

Introducing Brad Pitt: the wellness mogul

There inevitably comes a time in a celebrity’s life when they look around and think: “you know what the world needs? Another beauty brand.” Following in the footsteps of almost every female star before him, this week Brad Pitt launched an prohibitively expensive skincare line.

J Balvin enters the digital wellness space with the launch of a bilingual mental health app

OYE, a bilingual wellness app, launched by JBalvin will provide users with wellness practices and daily feeling check-ins.

Limbo is tackling obesity with a pair of wearables and decades of physiology

Limbo’s subscription weight loss plan uses a biosensing CGM wearable to nudge users towards a keto diet to tackle the obesity crisis.

take a peek at the world’s largest geothermal lagoon to be built in canada

Quebec-based company geoLagon, which specializes in the sale of short-term rental chalets, intends to build the world’s largest geothermal lagoon in Charlevoix, Canada . Drawing from the famed Blue Lagoon in Iceland , the open-air lagoon will feature a patent-pending thermal reservoir heating system that will keep the waters at 39 °C (102 °F) all year long, providing shelter from the area’s temperatures that plunge below zero (32 °F) in the wintertime.

Peloton, the Troubled Fitness Company, Loses Another Top Executive

The company’s chief marketing officer announced her departure on the heels of a management shake-up that included the exit of two of its founders. Send any friend a story As a subscriber, you have 10 gift articles to give each month. Anyone can read what you share.

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