What if I Fall?
It’s coming. It’s almost here. September 22…the first day of Fall (or Autumn as some prefer to call it). In most places (but not all) we put away the beach chairs, the swimsuits and close the pools. (But keep the sunscreen out. It’s important!) We reintroduce sweaters, Fall décor, and everything pumpkin spice. The Fall or a fall (see our #wordplay there) brings upon us several things where ithriveX products can come in handy as well.
- If you are a runner, you know that there are many 5K, 10K, and Marathons held globally in the Fall. Did you know the Rome Marathon in Italy has over 10,000 participants? Those events can surely lead to blisters and foot injuries. Our ithriveX Anti-Friction creams are just what you need! Originally created to help amputees with prosthetic related sores, it is also a fantastic remedy for the prevention and healing of blisters before and after the race. Check out our selection of Anti-Friction creams HERE.
- The Fall season brings the return of numerous sporting events for school-age children as well. We see kids on the Football field, the Soccer field, the Lacrosse field and more. As parents and other caregivers sit on the sidelines cheering on the young athletes with zest, there is always the fear of injury including sprains, strains and yep…falls. These events can bring sore and tired muscles as well. ithriveX Performance creams formulated with essential oils can help with this healing. Did you know our products can be used on children ages 3 and up? Parents can take comfort in knowing that our products are ALL NATURAL, free of parabens, sulfates, dyes, and artificial colorants. They are GMO free and are safe for vegans. Check out our selection of Performance creams HERE.
- Oh, and btw-September also happens to be National Self-Care Awareness Month. It is a time to remind us that taking care of ourselves, first and foremost, is essential. We cannot fill another’s cup from our own empty vessel. Self-care knows no boundaries and keeps us moving forward. Even if we fall, hope is always there to pick us up again. “Don’t just survive…thrive”.