How to Source the Best Self-Care Products in 2021

Dec 8, 2020

In 2014, the self-care industry had an estimated value of $10 billion. Now, as we head into 2021, the industry has boomed to $450 billion. As a category with massive consumer interest, wellness products can be highly lucrative for retailers, so what are the best products for retailers to incorporate into their merchandise mix? As some states begin to re-enforce stay-at-home orders and close outdoor dining again, we’re confident that the self-care and wellness category will continue to see consumer spending and innovation.

Give us 13 minutes of your time and we’ll provide you with 10 top wellness & self-care products.

Many of these products touch on hot trends like sustainability, plant-derived ingredients, and at-home rituals which consumers love.

Attend Live & You’ll Receive:

  • Demonstration of 10 pre-vetted wellness and self-care products that your consumers will love
  • Digital Product Brochure featuring high-quality product imagery, pricing, and details
  • Live chat Q&A with featured suppliers to address any questions or comments you have regarding their products
  • Contact information for all featured suppliers to follow-up regarding orders

Finally, 25 lucky live webinar attendees will receive a complimentary Buyers Box filled with each featured product for guests to sample & enjoy.

Register for the Webinar

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Macala Wright

Macala Wright

Macala Wright is a writer and researcher who specializes in health, wellness, food, and farming. Her expertise has been published in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, and many more publications. When she’s not writing about consumer behavior or food, she can be found scouring for deals in antique shops or on the back of her horse. You can follow her on Instagram @Macala or visit

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