In Rude Health

Before my little trip to Italy, I’d spent most of my time snacking on my haul I’d been given as part of In Rude Health week.

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The folks behind Rude Health had put on an entire week of fun and healthy activities, like paddleboarding and brunch, a gong bath, and a naked bike ride.

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I was lucky enough to go along to the make your own cosmetics masterclass, which was hosted in partnership with Made in Hackney at the Rude Health Cafe.

Using their products, we made a few face and body scrubs, which tasted as good as they felt afterwards – almond face scrub was a particular favourite of mine.

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Since the event I’ve become addicted to their almond milk, which is seriously delicious – and all the food was great, so I’ll definitely be heading back to the cafe soon!

I also dragged a friend with me to their neon boxing event – the class, which was run by The Boxx Method, featured neon paint, great music, and an amazing way to spend a Friday night (sans the hangover the next day).

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I had a fantastic Rude Health week, and can’t wait for the next one!

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I was invited to attend the events for purposes of review - all opinions my own.
  • Mellissa Williams

    I would love to go to the make your own cosmetics masterclass! I haven’t seen these products around, will check them out when I’m in the shops next

  • Hayley

    What a great idea! I do like almond milk, I’ll have to try the Rude Health version

  • ninegrandstudent

    I’d love to visit their cafe – it’s so close to my flat!

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    • You definitely should! All the food I had there was delicious, and I’ve heard amazing things about their porridge! x