Get Well, Healthy, And Zen: Best Of Wellness 2016


Because taking a minute or more is what is best for your mind. Soak, breath, and beautify your life with these must-have babes.

SvenskCo // Sommerang Candle

SvenskCo is on top of the SF candle game with their mind and body numbing scents. Sold at our fav shop, Seldom Seen, picking up one or two of these hand poured babies is a no-brainer. // SvenskCo;

Fig + Yarrow // Pink Love Salts

After a long day of bullshit and life, we like to unwind with a large glass of wine and a hot bath to really take the edge off. Slapping in an unholy amount of the bath salts into our tub, getting out will be the hardest part. Best of all, these salts are made organically with naturally harvested ingredients. No soaking in artificial flavoring. // Fig + Yarrow;

Lush // Guardian Of The Forest

Because you want to bring your inner-woodsmen out and this bath bomb is the one for you. As said on Lush’s site, transform your bathtub into a mystic forest, we will attest to the numerous of fairytales that have occurred. If your skin is also redder than most people’s, this is the bomb you’ll need ASAP.  // LUSH, 2116 Union St;

Diptyque // Baies

This is an adult type of smell and boy do we love it. Made for the working citizen who wants to zen out at the end of the day, light this baby up and feel the stress melt away. // Diptyque, 73 Geary St ;

The Greater Goods // Bath Salt Station

If you’re ever at a local pop-up and get to meet the brain behind The Greater Goods, let them help you make your own bath salt concoction for free, and yes mean it, free. Pour yourself a small jar of non-wax based salts and load up on essential oils and ingredients for your very own brew. For one time use only, you’ll be clamouring for more, trust us. // The Greater Goods;

Your Happy Place // Bodywork Session

Yoga made simple, never feel ashamed for not attending your last couple of sessions because the brainchild of Your Happy Place, Tonia Weakland-Wilhelm, instantly makes you feel welcome. Mixing together the calming techniques of esthetics, bodywork, and yoga — you’ll feel like your new self in no time. // Your Happy Place, 311 Gennessee St;

Fresh // Sake Candle

Chill out and get buzzed off this seductive scent, Fresh’s Sake Candle is must light, daily. Mixing the soothing smells of peach nectar, mandarin, and Chinese osmanthus, the results teleport us into another world. At this point, we’ve just decided to stock up on this delightful scent. // Fresh;


Juice Co LG // GO1

Because a trusted juice cleanse is the perfect wellness item anyone could get, Juice Co LG, located in Los Gatos, is serving their South Bay customer with the freshest of cucumbers, apples, and spinach for that crisp and biting taste. Bottled in chic glass jars, the lovely juicers of Juice Co LG will deliver their delish refreshments straight to your door. // Juice Co LG;

 The Chairman // Pork Bao

Who doesn’t think of food when they think of wellness? Food is an essential part of treating your body well, duh, so celebrate with nomming down on some Chairman Bao. This food truck now full scale restaurant is famous for their bao steamed buns while also serving rice bowls + gluten-free fare. This Tenderloin gem shines bright in the sea of food in Little Saigon. // The Chairman, 670 Larkin St;

Reboot Float Spa // An Hour In The Pod

Be like Steph Curry and float away, this hour-long session will, possibly, be the best hour of your life. Depriving the body of all major senses, your‘re made to float in a salt-filled water tube. Not scary sounding? Most can’t survive the hour-long session but you’ve gotta let your mind take over. A must-try in SF for sure. // Reboot Float Spa, 1912 Lombard St;

Photography by Anthony Rogers, Styling by Danielle Wallis, Assisted by Ashley Tarr. This list was compiled and edited by the Bob Cut Editors. Products chosen were selected by the editors personally and were not sponsored to be in this list.

Anthony is the founder of Bob Cut Mag and the director of business development. Anthony writes on LGBT, people, and gender issues but catch him also writing about other shenanigans he finds himself in. Want to partner with Bob Cut? Email him at

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