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There’s no better time to strengthen your immune system with all natural ingredients. Our Culinary Director at 1 Hotel South Beach, Fernando Cruz, shares some of the fresh juice recipes we create to keep our South Beach visitors hydrated and healthy.
Our friends at Hilma work behind the scenes with doctors and scientists to create all-natural remedies for a variety of common ailments. Natural ingredients like zinc, echinacea, and ginger come together in this recipe for an immune support citrus smoothie.
Our Director of Spa at 1 Hotel South Beach, Alena Stavnjak, shares recipes for relaxing and nourishing treatments we can create at home to help unwind and refresh.
Nourish and hydrate your face with one of these three DIY face masks.
"Clean beauty" is a term that's used often, and while you may be looking for a simple definition, the truth is that there isn’t one. Clean beauty is complex; for some, it may just be about avoiding potential toxic chemicals, while for others, it may go beyond that to include animal, social, and environmental welfare. So what does 1 Hotels consider clean beauty? We look for products that are safe for you and the environment, using non-toxic, plant-based ingredients for effective results.
As we all adjust to the realities of staying at home, there's no better time to start meditation or take your practice to the next level. Most of us know that meditation can help reduce stress, but did you know it can actually reshape our brains?
Wellness shouldn't have to wait because you can't make it into a wellness center. Follow these morning-to-night rituals from our friends at Bamford to heal the mind, body, and spirit from the comfort of home.
To stay well while at home, follow these holistic mind and body tips from Anatomy, a health and wellness sanctuary that has gained international acclaim with its Miami locations, including at 1 Hotel South Beach.
For centuries farmers have kept their agriculture thriving by introducing honeybees into orchards using manmade hives. This process allows for bees to pollinate the plants, showing proven results in the production of vegetables, fruits and seeds.
Not only do bees pollinate 80% of the world's plants, they are also producers of honey and additional byproducts, which are used across many industries, including food, health, and household products. It's time we focus on how important and beneficial it is to keep them around.
We recently discovered an article featuring the eye-opening statistic that livestock responsible for red meat and dairy account for roughly 14.5% of the world’s greenhouse gases each year.
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