Looking good for the Holiday Season
It’s normally around this time of year that we start to think about booking our summer holiday. Whether you fancy a relaxing sun-drenched beach break or an adrenaline fuelled active holiday, we always seem to leave getting ourselves fully prepared too late.
So let’s make this year’s holiday the best one yet with our new Health for Holiday bundles!
So you’ve decided that you want to escape the gloomy UK climate and soak up the sun and relax on a beach holiday. The most common focus for people preparing for a beach holiday is weight loss and skin care. Weight loss and skin care are top of the list because we all want to look and feel our best when we strip off our winter layers. Imagine this year actually feeling confident to flash your flesh for a change instead of worrying who is watching your wobbly bits!
Of course eating healthier, increasing hydration and being more active are great ways to help you achieve your weight loss goals but adding our natural daily supplements to your regime will get you there faster making sure you feel and look fabulous in time for your well earned R and R.
With Active holidays becoming more and more popular we have designed a bundle that will help you get your body ready for the most challenging of adventures. Whether you are planning a cycling holiday, skiing trip, camping excursion or hiking in the mountains, it’s paramount that your body is prepared for all the stresses and strains that this type of holiday brings.
With soft tissue damage being the most common injury during an active holiday, this bundle will help you increase your joint strength, joint mobility and bone density thus decreasing the chance of having your holiday cut short or limited from an avoidable injury.
- The number of visits abroad made by UK residents has increased almost 1,000% since 1971
- The most popular holiday destination is Spain
- Two thirds of all travel is by air
- Beach package holidays are the most popular type of holiday
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