If you’re a tried and true Pooshie, then you know we do our best to simply exist on or ahead of the curve when it comes to all things wellness. If health is wealth, then we are trying to ball out harder than ever this year.
Neuroscience, technology, and our understanding of herbs and nutrition are at an all-time high. We try not to overwhelm ourselves and obsess over a 100%-perfect wellness existence—living life is about balance. But, we love having the knowledge to empower our decisions and learn more about our body, and we feel like the wellness trends in 2023 are really going to center around knowledge of our personal body chemistries. While we have already started to touch on some of these during this past year, we see them really taking off in 2023.
Last year, we predicted a larger focus on brain health, and nootropics like functional mushrooms ended up playing a major role.
Now, we think wellness and mental health aficionados will be seeking more data-driven experiences by mapping their minds with neurofeedback devices and using tech like the Muse 2 to help them meditate.
Muse 2: the Brain Sensing Headband
Track and translate your brain and body activity so that you can master meditation.
We know hydration is numero uno when it comes to optimal health, but is it more than just filtering and adding electrolytes?
More and more studies are showing that changing the molecular structure of water can actually have a major impact in the way we absorb it and hydrate on a cellular level. We think we’ll see more at-home, structured, and electrolyzed water devices popping up.
Getting Back to Our Roots
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again. Scalp care is skincare. We expect to see way more scalp serum products like these Clean Beauty Scalp Therapy Drops we had in our super-stacked holiday mailer. Healthy hair starts at the root.
Clean Beauty Scalp Therapy Drops
Hair growth is like gardening—you’ve got to till the soil.
You’ve tuned in, so you know we love an approachable yoga or Pilates workout. While yoga is great for general posture, we think everyone is getting way more aware of the pressure we put on our neck and shoulders while looking at our phones and computers all day (think, 60lbs of pressure!) and will be focusing on preventative, curative poses for better posture.
Somatic Therapy Alternatives to Talk Therapy
We would never bash talk therapy—it’s crucial. But sometimes, our issues are more mood and energy-related from a dense trauma settling in physically. We see more tapping, dancing, and jumping in our wellness crystal ball for 2023.
While a dry January may make your eyes roll back into your head, enjoying non-alcoholic beverages intermittently can cut our alcohol consumption way down with lasting effects. We see people reaching more and more for the mocktail with health, rather than liquid courage, in the foreground.
Microdosing, micro French manis, micro bangs…we’re thinking that a lot more of a lot less is going to be…well, big, this year.
Talk about vitamin sea—plants and powders rich in minerals and antioxidants from the depths of the ocean. E3Live, chlorella, algae, seaweed snacks, kelp, and more veggie marine life is trending up, and we see it making an impact on the way we nourish and hydrate this year.
Sweet elixirs and herbal tea have their place in our hearts for sure, but earthy, savory sipping broths just might be the snack du jour, er—year, this year. Bone broth, collagen-supporting mushroom broths, veggie and kelp broths (see above, right?) are a hug in a mug with tons of body and beauty benefits.
Sleep hygiene dominated our world this year, and we took our z’s very, very seriously. We’re now leveling that up one more notch and thinking about the positions in which we sleep for optimal restoration.
Proper back sleeping coupled with nose breathing is not only great to prevent wrinkles, it’s optimal for posture and the respiratory and digestive system. Time to start training.
White Queen Zippered Pillowcase
Rose Gold Leopard Eye Mask
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