We are always looking for the latest news in health and wellness. Today we talk about WeWork’s meat-free policy, NY’s new Detox Shop, Instagram Questions, a new creulty-free beauty box you should know about and much more.


Pour a round of Butterbeer, Harry Potter fans: Luna Lovegood is launching a cruelty-free beauty box

The latter half of the Harry Potter film franchise was made infinitely better with the unique presence of Luna Lovegood, the animal-rights activist we’d all love to have as a Hogwarts BFF. And last week, actress Evanna Lynch (the IRL Lovegood) announced “50 points for Gryffindor”-worthy news: She’s celebrating her love of fantastical creatures by conjuring a cruelty-free beauty box, set to launch sometime this year.

Pinterest Adds New Group Collaboration Tools to Boost Engagement

Pinterest is adding some new collaboration tools for group boards, making it easier to plan for events and functions through the app, and catering to rising user behavior. As explained by Pinterest: “Launching on group boards, now you can have conversations with the other members of your board with the new group activity feed.”

 

WeWork’s latest eco-friendly move is becoming a totally meat-free organization

From the beginning, one of the main focuses for WeWork-a company that started as a co-working space for freelancers and small companies but has grown exponentially in terms of business focus and reach-has centered on sustainability.

Introducing the Questions Sticker

Today we’re introducing an interactive questions sticker in Instagram Stories that lets your friends submit questions for you to answer. It’s a fun new way to start conversations with your friends so you can get to know each other better. Add a question sticker to your story by selecting it from the sticker tray after…

Meet the New York City Detox Shop Where Cryotherapy and CBD-Infused Smoothies Are on the Menu

Picture a day spa, and you might imagine an ’80s movie heroine: hair swirled up in a towel, a plush robe tied around her waist, cucumbers on her eyes, and a pair of manicurists lacquering each set of talons.

How Catering To The Female Fight Crowd Is Helping Shadowbox Expand Beyond NYC

For Shadowbox, foot traffic and traditional press served as a one-two punch for business. “It was a mix of good location and good timing in the wellness space because a lot of badass women were looking to try new things and do more than dabble in boxing,” said Glazer.