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  • How are people fitting self-care into daily routines?
  • How are people fitting self-care into daily routines?
    Chris Jarvis (2018) ©
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Glow Bar: a quick-fix spa for accessible wellness

Fitting acts of self-care into a packed schedule can be a challenge, one that requires creative management of free moments. Glow Bar caters to busy women with a convenient retreat in London that lets them sweat out their stress and sip on superfood-based drinks in their limited free time.

Location United Kingdom

Scope
While punitive fitness regimes, week-long juice cleanses, and ‘vampire facials’ represent the extreme side of wellness, there are countless smaller ways in which Britons have embraced this movement – from adopting a ‘natural’ skincare routine to indulging in an occasional spa day. Yet fitting acts of self-care into a busy schedule can be a challenge, one that requires creative management of one’s free moments. Glow Bar caters to time-pressed individuals with a convenient retreat in the heart of London that enables them to sweat out their stress and sip on superfood-based drinks whenever they’re unoccupied during the ...

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