The Wellness Trends You Have to Try

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  1. Wow, thank you for this article! I really love that you not only give your own experience, but also some honest insight into research on the topic. Saves me having to look it up myself. 🙂
    And fingers crossed for you hip healing ASAP.

    • awaitressnomore says:

      You’re so very welcome and thanks for the good wishes!

      I’m so happy to share, plus it’s a ton of fun trying everything out and I love getting nerdy on wellness research 🙂

  2. Emma says:

    Great blog! I love all your pictures and honest reviews 🙂

  3. It’s like you catered this post to me! I have literally been thinking about a few of these. I bought an ice roller, currently in my fridge haha! I have been wanting to try the collagen too! Thanks for sharing!

    • awaitressnomore says:

      Hi Riva,

      You’re so welcome! I’ll have another one hopefully next week full of a whole new batch of wellness trends. I had a blast with this post.

  4. Heather says:

    Ok, these are all so cool! I haven’t tried a dermaroller, but I have done professional microneedling and it has helped so much with acne scarring.

    • awaitressnomore says:

      Hi Heather,

      That’s so good to hear! I just think I’m not the correct person for this one. My aunt and roommate both have cystic acne and it’s great there’s something out there to help them with the scarring. We’ve come a long way!

  5. Jocelyn says:

    This was such an amazing article! I have been wanting to try cryotherapy! Definitely pinning this to come back to.

    • awaitressnomore says:

      Thanks so much! I just did it again and it was really nice. Let me know how you feel about anything you try!

  6. Nailil says:

    Yes they’re all really interesting. I can’t even say that I’ve tried any of them. I guess I will be adding them to my list!
    Nailil
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  7. Kristi Ann says:

    I love that collagen supplement!! The light therapy bed sounds interesting. Reminds me of the tanning bed which I miss going to! It’s not quite so good for you so I’ve got that out.

    • awaitressnomore says:

      Hi Kristi,

      Yes, I love collagen so much! I’ve really noticed a difference when I’m taking it and when I’m not.

      I’ve never gone tanning which is probably good because I would have gotten addicted. Definitely, try light therapy. I just want another “nap” that good again.

  8. Ana Ojha says:

    I have never heard of Cryotherapy before! It sounds quite intriguing. Thanks for sharing some of the wonderful insights on wellness trends. I’ll check any Cryotherapy clinic near my place!

    • awaitressnomore says:

      Hi Ana,

      Yeah, it was pretty new to me, but was highly rec’d by others who have chronic pain issues. Let me know how your first time goes for you. I finally made it to three minutes.

  9. Anshul says:

    I saw one of those light therapy machines when i visited singapore. Should have tried it, seems interesting.

  10. My Teen Guide says:

    Oh my goodness, I am so unaware of these new beauty and wellness trends. I have always thought Epsom salts had some kind of anti inflammatory benefits, but now I know better. I am thinking if I could withstand that temperature for the Cryotherapy. That is cold!

    • awaitressnomore says:

      I thought Epsom salt did too! I definitely don’t try and squeeze in extra baths anymore because I think the Epsom salt will help. Now I can spend my time on other stuff that helps more.

  11. Collagen really does wonders for the skin. I’ve been taking a collagen supplement for years now, and it does help in making my skin look healthy and glowing.
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  12. Elizabeth O says:

    This was a great post, I really enjoyed reading about all the different wellness trends you have tried and seeing what you thought about them. I definitely would like to try the Cryotherapy it looks amazing!

  13. This looks so relaxing! I’d love to try some of these services sometime.

  14. Maya Claros says:

    These are all wonderful wellness tips. I have been wanting to get a derma roller, but I am little concerned I will do it wrong lol.

    • awaitressnomore says:

      Hi Maya,

      They give pretty good instructions and there’s a ton of youtube videos. I’d say give it a try 🙂

  15. Britney says:

    We have a new cyrotherapy place around phoenix I haven’t tried yet. Looks totally interesting though!
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  16. Holly says:

    These are great tips. Thank you so much for this information. That is so helpful.
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  17. Luci says:

    I’ve heard of all of these ‘wellness trends’ in the last couple of year but didn’t do any of them but the charcoal. I used it for masks and my teeth, I believe that it helps with my teeth in whitening them.
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  18. Pat says:

    I can understand with all you’ve been through why you now have a passion for trying out the latest wellness ideas.

  19. Rachel says:

    I’ve never heard of or tried any of the wellness trends you mention! Sounds like they are the new good thing coming our way!
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  20. Ithfifi says:

    Wow I had honestly not heeard of more than half of these treatments! I feel so old and behind the times lol. Thank you for debun king the epsome salt myth, I had always assumed it was good for muscle pain!
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    • awaitressnomore says:

      Hi Ithfifi,

      Don’t be! I probably wouldn’t know about them if I hadn’t dealt with the health issues that I did 🙂

  21. Becca Talbot says:

    I’d quite like to try microneedling – I think it would really help my skin with old acne scars and sun spots/pigmentation. I have tried dermabrassion before, and it didn’t do a great deal, I have to confess x

    • awaitressnomore says:

      Hi Becca,

      Aw, it’s sad that it didn’t work for you. If you have old acne scars that are deeper from like cystic acne I think going into to get the microneedling may work better for you because they use a deeper needle. Just a heads up!

  22. Evelyn says:

    Awesome article! I take my daily dose of collagen and believe its an excellent supplement!

  23. Esme Sy says:

    That’s a lot of good info to chew on. I am now thinking of sharing some advice with my friend about cryotherapy, reading it from here…it doesn’t sound bad at all. Said friend has some dead nerves that might need some fixing. As for me, I’m interested in getting into charcoal powder for my teeth, sounds handy and effective.

    • awaitressnomore says:

      Hi Esme,

      If they have dead nerve issues they may want to find someone who does dry needling with an electric stim in the area. It’s definitely helped me activate areas of my body that weren’t activating or were hyperactive.

  24. Kortny says:

    Great post! I’ve been wondering about light therapy and collagen so your post was very helpful!

    • awaitressnomore says:

      Hi Kortny,

      Thanks so much. I love them both. Let me know how it goes for you if you try them out!

  25. I would love to try the dermaroller. Thank you for sharing your experience in such detail and with great pictures. Very, very helpful and right up my alley. I am always looking for new and interesting ways to practice living healthy and promotig wellness.

    • awaitressnomore says:

      If you do let me know how it goes!

      You’re very welcome. I feel exactly the same way. I have another wellness trends review post coming up soon!

  26. Vinma says:

    OOh I am like the Cyrotherapy! Didn’t even know such a thing existed. Will have to check it out lol

  27. Love all of the awesome self care options to try! I’ve actually been looking into trying a Derma Roller! It’s wonderful to hear your perspective! Early in my autoimmune disease diagnosis I tried collagen, but my immune system reacted poorly to it and my glands swelled like crazy! I guess it’s just not for me. I’m so happy you’ve found some wonderful options for you hun. <3

    • awaitressnomore says:

      Hi Sara,

      Autoimmune diseases are so difficult because the inflammatory process is just so quick to get involved. Do you know what brand you tried? You could also get a good dose of collagen by just doing bone broth, but obviously try that one out slowly too.

  28. Vicki Law says:

    so many option, great article

  29. Alex says:

    Thanks a lot for sharing. Always good to keep up to dates with wellness trends.

    Activated charcoal is an age-old detox tool! It really has a myriad of potential uses. Besides the external uses, it can also be consumed as a part of detox program. Likewise, it will ‘pick up’ and remove toxins and impurities from the intestines. Our bodies don’t absorb it, so it’s perfectly safe.

    I encourage you to research it a bit more. Feel free to reach out if you need any help with this or any other health advice. Would be more than glad to connect.

    All the best!

  30. Alex says:

    The pleasure is mine! 🙂

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