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Autumn is here, but nights shifting slowly earlier and the natural landscape turning brown are no excuse for shirking exercise and needn’t stop you looking great.

We’re recommending great products to boost your September exercising, from trainers to period-friendly swimsuits.

Plus, if you’re still in need for a break after the summer, Wonderment Festival Retreat will help you decompress and re-energise.

Check out our full selection of products below.

Adidas 4DFWD trainers

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Check out these futuristic-looking Adidas 4DFWD trainers. Specifically designed to move in one direction only, forwards, they have a unique 3D-printed lattice midsole, which transforms vertical pressure into a smooth forward transition.

Buy them for £180 from Adidas.

Candles from Smile Maker

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These cheeky candles from Smile Makers are designed to ignite your erotic senses.

The Orgasmic Manifestation Collection includes Hot, Sweaty and Tender candles, which have aromatic triggers to heighten your sexual emotions and experience.

Buy for £24.95 each from Smile Makers.

Epic Oats

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Epic Oats are on-the-go pots that are naturally flavoured and have a granola topping. Each pot boasts a green traffic light rating and is around 245 calories. Not just for breakfast, why not try the Cherry Bakewell or Apple Crumble flavours for dessert.

Buy it for £26.40 (12x60g pots) from The Food Market.

Epionce Luminous Eye Serum

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If the summer holidays have left you looking exhausted, Epionce Luminous Eye Serum is a game-changer. It contains botanicals such as watermelon and cacao with algae extracts to reduce puffiness and dark circles and give the eye area a refresh.

Buy it for £62 from Epionce.

Naturecan Nutri-Glow CBD Facial Oil With Marula

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Naturecan Nutri-Glow CBD Facial Oil With Marula is a regenerative CBD facial oil that’s high in antioxidants. Rosehip oil, rosewater, marula and sweet almond promise to cleanse, hydrate and protect, while frankincense oil rejuvenates.

Buy it for £24.99 from Naturecan.

WUKA Period Swimsuit

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Don’t miss out on your favourite activity just because it’s that time of the month. This WUKA Period Swimsuit has an integrated lining, which holds up to 15ml of fluid – that’s around three tampons worth.

Buy it for £49.99 from WUKA.

Asquith Plant Collection

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Ditch the bright colours and head into the new season with an autumnal look from Asquith. The collection is made from fabrics powered by plants and we just love the magenta, lilac, leaf, mulberry and forest hues.

Buy from £35 from Asquith London.

Windle Lab Invisible Day And Night Spray

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With monoi oil, abyssinica oil and aloe vera, this Windle Lab Invisible Day And Night Spray will protect hair against friction and moisturise the scalp at night, while a UV filter works to protect it in the day.

Buy it for £18 from Windle.

Fearne & Rosie jams

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Looking for a healthier morning condiment? Fearne & Rosie jams have all natural ingredients with 70 per cent fruit, no preservatives and 40% less sugar than other brands. There’s five berry flavours and cherry is lip-smackingly good.

Buy for £3.20 for 300g, from Fearne & Rosie.

Wonderment Festival Retreat

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Looking to recharge after a summer of partying? Wonderment Festival Retreat will help you decompress and re-energise.

Held in the woodlands of Wasing Estate, Berkshire on September 22-25, there’s everything from breathwork and acupuncture to shakti dance and pottery, alongside music and non-alcoholic cocktails.

Buy a weekend ticket (entry and full board catering) for £455 from Wonderment Treats.

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