Coastal Remedy has a carefully curated a selection of lifestyle, travel, food and literature products that promote wellness. It stocks some really great wellbeing items, that travel, cooking, yoga and interior fans will love.
A shop is a little switch up from my normal travel and food content. But, rules are made to be broken, right?
The shop channels all those travel and wellbeing vibes that connect with what I do here on the blog making it a good fit. Plus, it’s really important to shop locally and support independents. All the different independent business ventures is what make our towns and cities fun and vibrant places to shop, eat, drink and travel to.
Head to Marmion Road in Southsea, to find Coastal Remedy and products that help promote a balance lifestyle.
About Coastal Remedy
Owner Becky quit the rat race in the capital back in 2015 and decided to head south to achieve her dreams of living by the sea. Southsea became her new home and for a whole she continued to commute up to the big smoke for work.
After finding herself burnt out from the fast pace London sets and long days, wellness became her focus. She changed her life and now wants to do the same for others by creating a space and selection of products that help people to find more balance and wellbeing in their lives.
Happiness became her priority. And, I can totally relate. Her story really resonated with me as I’m trying to prioritise my happiness too. I’ve experienced and promptly left the busy London life preferring life by the sea too. Being happy is now my number one goal.
Inside the shop
Beautiful light wooden floors, shelves and counters and white walls give the room that light, fresh, airy coastal feel. A record player playing classic albums and a diffuser lightly scents the shop which creates a lovely relaxing atmosphere.
Becky mans the counter, take a look because it’s topped with lots of lovely bits and bobs from skincare to birthday cards.
A collection of tiny plant pots, perfect for succulents and cacti line the shelves. Garden centres really don’t stock a good range of small pots, and often I can’t find things that fit my style of interior decoration.
The collection of cookery and lifestyle books is really diverse and I could have bought them all. It’s just the kind of aspiration, uplifting sort of reading that makes you feel good and grow as a person.
Shelves are full with interesting looking yoga items, travel books and graphic prints. There’s also lots of recycled products to purchase that promote a more sustainable lifestyle. On one shelf I discovered blankets made from recycled plastic bottles. I couldn’t believe how soft they are!
The items on display are a selection of well thought out items – it’s nice to have a browse and discover new things.
I picked up a few lovely bits, highlights include an amazing new cook book called Radiant and a Tisserand oil diffuser. I’m delighted with all my purchases and the diffuser is my favourite and is in regular use at home. After editing my pictures for this post I spotted the Tisserand National Geographic Explore Oil. This blend sounds like my thing and I’ll have to head back to pick one up.
Becky is warm and welcoming and keen to share the wonderful things from her travels. We had a wonderful time looking around and came home with a bag full of lovely inspirational things. Pop in, say hello and treat yourself to something lovely!
Let me know if you’ve been or are discovering Coastal Remedy for the first time in the comments below.
If you liked this, take a look at these other great places to visit in Southsea…
- SUPPORT LOCAL WITH LOVE SOUTHSEA
- BRUNCH BY THE SEA AT SOUTHSEA BEACH CAFE
- BREAKFAST AT SOUTHSEA COFFEE
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