Retail Fix: Wellness Edition

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If you’re a fan of simple, natural ingredients, good juju comes in the form of a just announced Good JuJu Herbal x Madewell partnership! Making it easier to score products “made well,” the Raleigh-based organic handmade skincare brand for sensitive skin can now be found on Madewell’s Hometown Heroes shop online—and available to ship worldwide (!).

Get a whiff of this: Hot on the market are these woman-owned local handmade, handpoured, handcrafted small-batch ZZP Apothecary candles with killer fragrances and witty labels that’ll draw you like a moth to a flame.

Helping keep that New Year’s resolution in check… Fuquay-Varina’s The Healthy Spot offers a ton of, well, healthy options for you to continue reaching your goals and feeling good via its delicious sugar-free loaded teas and protein shakes in a plethora of yummy flavors. Clean drinking never looked so good! 961 E. Broad St., Fuquay-Varina

Run to Runologie for its new collab with Nike Run Club and local artist Adam Peele featuring running tanks inspired by Peele’s favorite color palette and love of flora. Just do it… (had to). 1614 Automotive Way

Ditch the expensive lululemon and spring for Serendib’s activewear line that’s all about bringing the vibrance, fun and culture back into fitness. With colorful leggings, sports bras, yoga shorts, sweatpants and more, you’ll actually enjoy hitting the gym for once.

“I be up in the gym just working on my fitness…” Now you can be like Fergie and get those gains at Bucked Up Fitness, which offers cardio equipment, free weights and various other machines. Originally started as a supplement brand, this will be Bucked Up’s first gym. 280 Towerview Court, Cary

Hot yoga just got hotter with the opening of DOSE Yoga Studio and Smoothie Bar at Smoky Hollow. Stretch through your stress; then enjoy a fresh smoothie at the Elixir Bar. Say om! 421 N. Harrington St.

New you, who dis?! Be the best version of yourself through Restore Hyper Wellness, a modern wellness center offering cryotherapy, red light therapy, IV drip therapy, HydraFacials and so much more in the Village District. 2038 Clark Ave.

If you were contemplating whether or not to treat yo’self to a massage, now’s the time. The NOW Massage’s new Brier Creek location offers a plethora of rejuvenating and relaxing table massages and enhancements to melt alllll your stress away. 7930 Skyland Ridge Parkway

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