The Fit List: Seven wellbeing wonders for you to try

Feeling blue now that the seasons have changed? You’re certainly not alone.

Luckily we’ve rounded up some fantastic products to boost your wellbeing inside and out.

From eco-cleaning to body concious activewear, we’ve got just what you’ve been looking for.

Contur collection, from £34.99,

Activewear brand Contur’s latest collection is ideal ‘work from home’ attire thanks to super-soft textiles that embrace your natural curves.

If you did want to get your sweat on, it’s also got all the tech needed, such as abrasion resistance, muscle compression and breathability.

Home Spin Cycle, prices vary,

Bring the studio to your house with Digme at Home. The fitness studio is offering rental of a Keiser M3i lite spin bike, plus on-demand and live Cycle, HIIT, Strength, Run, Yoga, and Breathwork classes from just £79 per month (24-month contract).

There are more than 80 classes a week, plus motivational challenges. Other contracts available.

CBD infused chocolates, £9.99 (three pack)

These Body And Mind Botanicals Dark Chocolate Buttons are infused with 25mg of CBD. Handcrafted by a master chocolatier, choose from dark, mint or orange flavours.

Liz Earle Hydrating Cream Mask, £20,

We can’t get enough of Liz Earle’s new Hydrating Cream Mask. Now the weather has turned, soak up its 72 hours of hydration in just ten minutes thanks to plant butters and oils which intensely nourish your skin.

Perfectly Imperfect Mum, £9.99,

You can’t be perfect all the time according to new book, Perfectly Imperfect Mum.

Author Sheena Tanna-Shah, a mindfulness coach, nutritionist and mum of two, wants to help busy mums thrive amid the chaos at home so there are twenty everyday scenarios, each with a mindfulness and motivational tip, a nutritious recipe and a yoga pose.

Starter kit, £12; refills from £3.50,

Spruce is an eco-friendly, vegan, non-toxic cleaning brand. Launching with Multi-Purpose and Bathroom sprays, ingredients contain 100 per cent pure organic essential oils.

Purchase the starter kit and you can mix your re-fills with water in your reusable aluminium bottle at home.

Popped Pea Snacks, sharing bag, £1.80,

Plant-based snack brand Bepps creates nutrient-rich alternatives to crisps.

It has just launched Popped, which are made from popped chickpeas and black-eyed peas (the legume, not the group). Just 86 calories per serving, choose from BBQ and Salt & Black Pepper.

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