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HAPPY TV: Summer Wellness

With a few weeks left of summer, our founder, Emily Richett, has rounded up some top summer products to help you make the most of a season that looks quite different this year.

Whether you’re looking to simply treat yourself, level up your self-care game, or help your kids learn healthy habits before they head back to school, these products will help you feel great for the remainder of summer and beyond. 

Duffield Lane

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Celebrate the season with all the nautical and classic styles of Duffield Lane. The chic yet comfortable clothing line for women and girls works for all ages. They also have matching dresses, PJ sets and sweaters for all the ladies in your family. 

You can find Duffield Lane in 300+ boutiques across the country or at www.duffieldlane.com.

MIG Living

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Whether you’ve enjoyed the sun a bit too much this season or have dry hands from all that handwashing, MIG’s natural personal care line can help rehydrate tired skin.

MIG’s “Seed to Soul” beauty and wellness products are cruelty-free, handcrafted in small batches in Colorado, and made with all-natural ingredients formulated for results.

Some customer favorites include MIG’s Blackberry Serum, which balances skin tone and reduces fine lines and wrinkles, and the Waterless Facial Lotion Stick, made with farm-fresh beeswax, rich botanicals, and essential oils. 

Up your skincare and wellness game at www.migliving.com.

DiscountGlasses.com

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Speaking of style, don’t forget your shades. 

Discountglasses.com offers top brands of eyewear for the entire family at affordable prices. Browse through thousands of styles of prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses, starting at just $20, and find your best fit with the 3D virtual try-on feature.

You can easily add blue light or transition lenses to any pair of eyeglasses, and all kids’ glasses come with a 365-day “kid-proof” warranty. 

Grab your next pair of glasses at www.discountglasses.com.

SmartyPits

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Beat the summer heat, without the nasty chemicals (and odors).

Whether you’re an avid runner or a busy mom, SmartyPits is an aluminum-free, paraben-free, phthalate-free, propylene glycol-free deodorant that gets the job done!

Each stick of SmartyPits is created by hand in California and is available in more than a dozen scents like Coconut Mango, Lavender Rose and Tweed + Spice.

As if that’s not good enough, SmartyPits also donates $0.30 from every large stick to breast cancer research and free deodorant to oncology centers, survivor support events, and non-profit groups. Try it out at www.smartypits.com.

Just Bee Yoga + Well-being

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Wellness is for every age! This woman-owned Michigan yoga studio offers mindfulness products that can help kids learn yoga, meditation, and mindfulness practices. 

Kids will have fun with the Just Bee Mindful Mat, a round mat that grips the floor and features an interactive design to encourage independent use. Just Bee Yoga also offers Yoga Cards and Mindful Cards that are designed to engage children and encourage self-regulation and creative play.

All of these products are available at justbeeyoga.com.

Have a product you’d like to see in one of Emily’s TV round ups? We’re always on the lookout for quality products to feature, so drop us a note, and we’ll be in touch if it’s a good fit!

 

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