The Most Ridiculous Wellness Trends

With the wellness industry being worth trillions of dollars, it’s easy to see why so many companies are getting involved and offering new wellness products and services. Whether it’s an employee mindfulness program or implementing Hygge into your typically busy schedule, health and wellness are crucial for helping you remain happy and positive at all times. There are, however, crazy wellness trends that we just can’t believe are real – here are just some of the most ridiculous wellness trends we’ve come across!

Appetite Suppressant Lollipops 

One of the most controversial wellness trends we’ve seen across social media recently is appetite suppressant lollipops. Promoted by the likes of Kim Kardashian, who claimed these kept her appetite at bay and helped her get into shape, these lollipops are certainly a dangerous type of wellness trend.

Cow Cuddling 

Well, it is said that a hug is scientifically proven to release endorphins and relieve stress – but what about a cuddle with a cow?! Offering 90-minute therapy sessions with cows, a farm in New York claims that the cow’s high body temperatures can help people to feel calm, warmer, and much more relaxed!

The Penis Facial 

A jaw-dropping concept – the ‘penis facial’ is a skin treatment that consists of a synthetic form of a molecule taken from circumcised foreskins (yikes). As wild as it sounds, the actual male body parts aren’t involved in this treatment, and Hollywood A-listers, including Sandra Bullock and Kate Beckinsale, are said to be fans, so it must do something?

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