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The Best Wellness Products You Never Knew You Could Buy at Anthropologie

The Base Collective Magnesium Body and Foot Bath Salts

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Ease post-workout soreness with a magnesium bath courtesy of this organic, nontoxic skin-care line. ($10; anthropologie.com)

 

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The Dirt Anti-Microbial Copper Tongue Scraper

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The ancient Ayurvedic practice of tongue scraping is gaining in popularity, and you can give it a try for just 10 bucks. ($10; anthropologie.com)

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Happy Spritz Essential Oil Towelettes

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Never worry about an essential oil bottle spilling in your purse again with these handy little wipes that are perfect for destressing when on the move. ($10; anthropologie.com)

(Related: What Are Essential Oils and Are They Legit?)

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Stasher Bag

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Minimize plastic waste with this handy reusable plastic bag. It's also dishwasher and microwave safe. ($12; anthropologie.com)

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WelleCo Fruit & Veggie Wash

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Get farm-fresh fruits and veggies super clean with this produce wash that removes waxes, chemicals, dirt, and pesticides. ($14; anthropologie.com)

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Philosophie Superfood Plant-Based Protein Powder

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Yes, you can buy protein powder at Anthro. Mind. Blown. This one also happens to be raw, vegan, and gluten-free ($15; anthropologie.com)

(Looking for a new protein pow? These are the best protein powders for women, according to nutritionists.)

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Keeko Mint Charcoal Coconut Oil Pulling Mouthwash

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If you're into oil pulling or want to try it (more on that here: Does Oil Pulling Really Work?) these to-go packs make it easier than ever to incorporate it into your routine whenever, wherever. ($18; anthropologie.com)

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Bee's Wrap Assorted Pack

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Created as an alternative to using plastic containers for food storage, these washable cotton wraps coated in a beeswax formula help maximize fridge space. ($18; anthropologie.com)

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Agent Nateur Holi (Stick) No. 3 Deodorant

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Natural (read: aluminum-free) deodorant is becoming a more popular choice. This one smells like lavender, eucalyptus, and honey. ($21; anthropologie.com)

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Matcha Whisk

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Really into your green tea matcha powder habit? Invest the proper tools, like this whisk, for a smooth blend. ($25; anthropologie.com)

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Torii Labs Releaf Bottle Set

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This tonic contains a blend of adaptogenic herbs and oils that promote muscle recovery. ($48; anthropologie.com)

(Heads up: Here's why adaptogens are worth the health hype.)

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Vital Proteins Collagen Beauty Water Stick Pack

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While the jury's still out on the benefits of collagen supplements, these little packets add a delicious flavor boost to your water, along with a hit of protein. ($49; anthropologie.com)

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Simris Algae Omega-3 for Athletes

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For vegetarians, vegans, and those who are concerned about fish farming practices who want to supplement with omega-3s, algae formulations are a great choice.

($57; anthropologie.com)

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Prepd Pack

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Meal preppers rejoice: This handy lunch box has everything you need for delicious packed meals. ($69; anthropologie.com)

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Cor Aromatherapy Pendant Necklace

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Get your essential oils fix all day long with this innovative necklace that stealthily hides a scented wick. ($125; anthropologie.com)

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