Dua Lipa shares her health and wellness tips for 2023
So many of our favourite A-listers venture into lifestyle platforms alongside their dominant careers – Jennifer Lopez’s On The Block, Gwyneth Paltrow’s GOOP, and Kourtney Kardashian’s Poosh to name a few. And when Dua Lipa announced the launch of her newsletter Service95 in February last year, we couldn’t wait to learn more about what the Levitating singer gets up to in her spare time.MORE: Dua Lipa has divided the internet with her New Year’s Eve dressWe already know she’s an incredible singer and an absolute sartorial icon (take her recent controversial New Year’s Eve thong display for example). But with Dua’s newly found editorial role, she gives us an insight into her personal interests, recommendations and how she highlights global issues through conversations with compelling voices. And we love it. View this post on Instagram A post shared by DUA LIPA (@dualipa)LOOK: New Year's Resolutions: The Hello! Fashion 2023 beauty editionWOW: Dua Lipa serves operatic glam as she performs onstage with Elton JohnThe multi-faceted platform covers all things lifestyle. We (obviously) love her fashion articles, but her ‘Beauty and Wellness’ section is a treasure trove of tips, tricks and the 27-year-old’s favourite products. In September, Dua gave the ultimate guide to her flawless skin with her ‘skin saviours’ article, giving us her 5 go-to products because “Life on the road can really take its toll on my skin”.In this month’s issue, she also mentions “while on tour, I did yoga every day”. Now the London-born songstress has dedicated the whole of January as Service95’s Health & Wellbeing Month. She posted a video doing a headstand in a back sports bra and leggings set with the caption: To kickstart 2023, we have a month-long @service95 special dedicated to health and wellbeing. View this post on Instagram A post shared by SERVICE95 (@service95)RELATED: Dua Lipa steals the show in bright blue jumpsuitShe then explains “Issue 048 where I share my favourite content creators with free online workouts to help body and mind, Victoria Joy (@spreadingthejoy) debunks the myth of multitasking and Service95’s acting managing editor Samantha de Haas spotlights Rina Raphael’s (@rrrins) amazing new book ‘The Gospel Of Wellness’, which “takes a playful but thought-provoking look at the $4.4trillion wellness industry”. Finally, Laura Potter writes a fascinating article on the relationship between the food we eat and our mental health.!”It’s a newsletter worth signing up forLike this story? Sign up to our Hello! Fashion newsletter to get your weekly 'Fashion Fix' delivered straight to your inbox.