Welcome to Day Three of my 2021 Christmas Gift Guides! I really hope I'm providing you with some gift inspiration (for yourself, or others!). Today, the budget is above £50, but don't worry as there's nothing too extortionate! I remember once seeing a stocking filler gift guide, with a watch priced at £400 in it! The most I'd spend on a stocking filler is £20, and that's being generous! With that in mind, this is my most expensive gift guide, but there's nothing here that I wouldn't spend my own money on (or already have!). As always, anything gifted to me, will be marked with a *.
L'Occitane Shea Winter Walk Collection* (£50): Every year, the shea collection gets a twist and this year, it's called the Winter Walk Collection, as the scent combines fig, mandarin, sandalwood and musk. It is utterly divine. The set contains a shower cream, an ultra light body cream, a light hand cream, and a soap, all wrapped in a stunning box, which is fully recyclable. This brand does Christmas so well!
Rejuvenated Radiance Collection* (£92.50): I adore this brand of supplements, and have been using the products for around 3/4 years now. This set contains everything you need for radiant skin - a gift that most people would appreciate over the festive season! I absolutely swear by the Collagen Shots, and anybody in their late 20s/early 30s, would benefit from taking a collagen supplement, to help replenish and plump the skin. The kit also contains the H30 Night Repair and H30 Hydration. I find that the Night Repair helps me to sleep better, but it also contains vitamins and minerals, which aid regeneration of the skin, which happens at night. H30 Hydration contains ionic electrolytes, and antioxidants, which help the skin to stay hydrated, and therefore, plump and firm. This set is the gift of good skin!
Neom Wellbeing Pod Mini Essential Oil Diffuser (£50): I have the original pod diffuser, which I use on a daily basis, but this one is smaller and doesn't need to be plugged in, so it's perfect for a bathroom, or on your desk. It's available in blush or black and there are a huge range of oils available, to suit all needs.
Ugg Scuff Sis Slippers (£86): People have been raving about these slippers for years and now I understand why. They are so soft, snug and cosy on the inside, and comfortable to wear. This colour may not be for everyone, but there are others available.
L'Oreal Professional Steampod 3.0 (£235): We all know that heat damages the hair, but I personally look like I've been dragged through the hedge backwards if I don't use some heat on it. I had been eyeing this up for a few years and then finally took the plunge this year and bought it. I know it's expensive, especially for a gift, but it could be something that a family buys together. I have a full review here, but in short, this product will give you the closest finish to a salon blow dry, at home. I actually find that my hair looks even better on day 2, which doesn't usually happen. I also love that I can do loose waves with it too! A great gift for anyone who has frizzy hair!
Fraîcheur Globes* (£59.99): This is the ideal gift for anyone who suffers from puffy eyes or sinus pain/migraines, as the coolness really reduces inflammation, and helps to stimulate blood circulation. I think that they are great to use in the evening, to help unwind as they are so relaxing, that you could even use them while watching tv, and they will help to reduce puffiness, but you will also help to firm the skin. There'll be a good deal on for Black Friday!
Have you added any of these to your shopping list, or even to your own wish list? I'd love to hear!
Thanks for reading!
All products are bought by me, unless otherwise stated. Anything marked with a * has been kindly gifted, without obligation. I don't do sponsored posts. Opinion is always my own. Affiliate links may be used.