It’s that time of the year — time for my annual gift guides and wellness stocking stuffers guides.
This year I decided to switch things up a little bit and add a stocking stuffer gift guide alongside my foodie guide and my wellness guide. These stocking stuffer gifts also work well as just regular presents.
If you are searching for a last-minute present for someone who loves self-care and wellness, a good little hack would be to buy a few things off this list, put them in a basket, and tie it with a bow.
It makes for a pretty good gift if I do say so myself.
Anyways, below I shared a few of my favorite items that are perfect for this year’s season of giving. If you see a theme in the list, it’s because I love self-care items, and I love all things cozy.
Okay, here we go:
Cocokind Chia Facial Oil ($15)
Obsessed with this facial oil. I have super sensitive and dry skin and this is my go-to a few times throughout the day.
Cocokind Matcha Sticks ($24.99)
I recommend these sticks to just about everyone. They have many different uses but I love using the Macabeet as natural blush and the matcha stick to brighten my skin.
Honest Hazel Eye Gels (from $14)
I love these eye gels. I get built up pressure under my eyes (looking at you stress), making these are a lifesaver. They help reduce puffiness, as well as brighten those difficult under eye spots.
Dry Brush ($10)
You know the saying “Don’t knock it til you try it?” That applies to dry brushing. If she’s into self-care and wellness, this might be the perfect stocking stuffer.
Pure Silk Sleep Mask ($10)
A while back I heard someone say that you get better sleep with a sleep mask. While I’m not sure if this is scientifically correct, I love my silk sleeping mask.
Ice Roller ($12)
It might be a trend right now, but it’s one I can fully get behind. Growing up I always left giant spoons in our freezer so I could massage my face with them when I woke up each morning. It would decrease any inflammation and would wake me up as well. This ice roller does the same thing but also wakes up your skin at the same time.
One of my favorite oils for the wintertime. It’s packed with awesome ingredients including anti-aging enzymes, something that I could definitely use these days! While it is on the pricier side, right now if you use “BOGO” at checkout you will get a second oil free of charge. Pretty sweet deal if you ask me.
Jade Gua Sha ($10)
It’s anti-aging, reduces pain, reduces wrinkles, stimulates the immune system, and makes your face feel alive! I love mine. You can find tutorials on Youtube that will teach you how to properly use it.
Metal Straws ($10)
I carry a metal straw with me everywhere. Before they were cool I used them to drink my coffee because of being nervous it would stain my teeth. Now I still do it for that reason, but also because I try to limit my waste as much as possible.
Just be careful not to blow through metal straws, this actually has an adverse effect and is even worse for the environment than plastic straws.
Healthy Human Tumblr ($23)
This is my favorite tumbler for smoothies, coffee, or even a ton of matcha. Unfortunately, I have a problem with forgetting it places and have gone through three in the last year.
I told myself that the next one I buy will be the last, so here’s to hoping!
Chocolate is always a good go-to for stockings, just make sure you don’t let it melt. I linked my favorite Eating Evolved bar, the oatmeal cookie dough.
The travel mug of her dreams. If you know someone that loves coffee or tea, or anything on the go, they will love this reusable mug.
Milk Boy Brow ($20)
This is my favorite brow makeup. Over the past couple of months, I’ve slowly stopped wearing a ton of makeup, only using blush, brow gel, and mascara on a daily basis. This is my go-to.
I love having a nice smelling car but I hate most car air fresheners. I love this aroma diffuser for your car because you can diffuse more gentle, natural smells, like lavender! And for someone who is easily triggered by the horrible drivers in DC – this is a lifesaver.
These collagen peptide packets are a lifesaver! Most days I enjoy my coffee at home, but on days when I’m on the go or working at a cafe, these packets are the best! Also, Vital Proteins is a great place to look for gifts in general.
Another great gift idea is to bake something for someone! In college, I used to bake cookies, or peppermint bark to give to my friends along with something small. This year I will definitely be including my favorite chocolate chip cookies.
I also love to buy $5-15 gift cards for the staff in my building that constantly help me out with things like packages and mailing when I’m out of town. This is a great idea for just about anyone though!
I hope you enjoyed this Christmas stocking stuffers gift guide! What’s on your wish list this year?