As 2015 nears it end, naturally our minds start turning towards next year. January of course, is traditionally the month when we all rein in our chocolate intake, give up wine, embark on a new fitness regimen and generally try to be fitter and healthier – inside and out. So why not get a little head start and put yourself in the right frame of mind with my top trends to watch out for in 2016 – so you’re ready to hit the ground running when January comes round…

  1. Preventative health:Prevention rather than cure’ really will be the essential health mantra for 2016. This January, we’ll be inviting the fabulous Sadie Frost and her friends into the St. John’s Wood clinic to test-drive a new thermal breast imaging technique. The process works by entering a cold room then having the breasts scanned from multiple angles. Any hot spots that appear may indicate a danger zone for cancer developing in the future.
  2. Hormones, hormones, hormones: Firm in the belief that focusing on hormones is the best way to address and maintain good, overall health, we’ll be inviting Dr Ali over here to the UK from Miami. Specialising in bio-identical hormone therapy, he’ll he helping us breakdown the final taboos surrounding both the female and male menopause.
  3. New body, new network: There once was a time when working out used to be a solo chore. But now that networking is a part of everyday life, smart gyms will combine fitness with furthering the contacts in your little black (digital) book. Case in point – James Duigan’s new uber luxurious, (and uber expensive!) space on Westbourne Grove – and the fabulous Core Collective, that offers pay-as-you-go classes in a cool, urban space. A place to see and be seen.
  4. Brain fitness: With degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Dementia increasingly in the media spotlight, more and more of us are aware of the need to keep our brains – as well as our bodies – strong and fit in order to safeguard our futures. 2016 will see more brain workouts and methods targeted towards protecting the mind as the country’s ageing population continues to grow.
  5. Less is more: Now that facelifts, fillers, Botox and many other types of cosmetic and aesthetic treatments have been available for some decades, I feel that 2016 may be a new era for the industry as a whole. The horror stories of excessive cosmetic surgery will fade as new techniques such as threading facilitate a ‘less is more’ approach that’s minimally invasive – yet yields the best possible results in looking younger and fresher in a more subtle way.


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