Although Kendall Jenner is known for her appearances on the runway and in photo shoots, she has also shown an interest in alternative methods of self-care. In addition to posting regular video clips on Instagram that show her playing a selection of crystal bowls (it’s good for your cellular frequency, don’t you know), and extolling the virtues of journaling, the model has also shown off her state-of-the-art “wellbeing room” on her family’s reality show, The Kardashians.
The idea of affording a whole room as my own has completely redefined my idea of what my mind is capable of achieving. As Jenner shows off her self-controlled[ly] elegant home, I declare that she has all the latest inventions, and lately a lot of them are still appearing.
Hyperbaric chambers are most commonly found in clinics, rather than in homes. The chambers essentially deliver pure oxygen at an air pressure level that is 1.5 to three times higher than the average. This results in enhanced and speedier recovery, improved immunity, and the formation of new skin cells and collagen production. While there isn’t a huge amount of scientific evidence to support their efficacy as yet, one recent study did find that hyperbaric oxygen therapy was an effective method to increase blood and tissue oxygen levels, and a promising therapeutic treatment to address inflammatory issues, wound healing and even to treat Covid-19. Many of those in the know also love them – Justin Bieber and Rio Ferdinand have both invested in them.
Kendall Jenner owns a red light therapy bed, which costs around $78,000 (£64,000). The self-professed hypochondriac shares her home with the bed, which promises to reduce inflammation, improve cellular health and circulation, and help the body heal. You might have tried red light therapy on your face via an LED mask, but this is a souped-up bed that you actually lie on for supercharged results.
So, if you thought that jade eggs and journaling were a little woo-woo evidence by Jenner, it turns out it seems as though it s only a matter of time before she gets back to sylph on us. But if it does benefit the two mind and body and keep them well-balanced and well, who should be allowed to judge?