Let’s face it, the holidays (especially in 2020) are stressful. Self-care is on everyone’s mind as we look to put a little “me” back in Merry during this unique COVID-19 holiday season. So, as you begin your holiday shopping, why not consider some really fun self-care stocking stuffer ideas that will make everyone on your list feel just a little bit better.
1. Holiday Skincare Kit
We all have that skincare obsessed person on our list—and for them what some consider a basic necessity actually makes a great gift. That’s why the beauty lover in your life will rejoice when they find a holiday skincare gift kit in their stocking Christmas morning. This season Tuel is offering five different holiday kits designed for each skin type that include a cleansing duo, moisturizer and a mask all wrapped up in a fun little travel bag. All-natural and 100% vegan, these holiday kits are an easy way to give a gift that will keep them glowing all season long.
2. Healthy Treats
For the sweet tooth on your list, dark chocolate and some soothing tea are great alternatives to sugar-filled treats as stocking stuffers. The health benefits of dark chocolate are endless, and its even known to lower stress, lower blood pressure and protect your skin. Also consider some relaxing teas as a stocking stuffer. Look for stress busting ingredients such as lavender, chamomile, and turmeric to take the edge off that holiday stress.
3. For Your Yogi
You might say Yoga is the heart of self-care. For those who are looking to start practicing or for those who are already serious about it, why not stuff their stockings with all things namaste. From meditation socks or a lotus flower necklace to a Lululemon Yoga Block or a no-slip mat towel, your yoga-loving friend will be find peace and good will in the gesture.
4. Brighten Things Up
Did you know that certain plants and flowers have powerful healing effects? Not only can they purify the air, but some even have calming effects on your mood, stress and blood pressure. So why not give the gift of something living with a mason jar indoor flower garden, or a small aloe vera plant in a cute pot as a stocking stuffer?