2022 Gift Guide – Health & Wellness
If there was ever a year to remember to put your health and wellness first, 2020 is definitely the year. There was a lot to process as we tried to navigate the “new normal,” and it seemed like our limited energy was going in every direction, the least of which was ourselves and our own well-being. If you can relate, we’re betting someone you know can too. We hope with this gift guide, you’ll find something that will help your giftee feel rejuvenated, revitalized and refreshed for the new year. (And yes, you can definitely be your own giftee. #treatyourself)
Mini Handy Pillow by OSTRICHPILLOW \ $35
Naps are an essential part of self-care, whether it’s just five minutes to close our eyes or a two-hour sleep to recharge. If you only have a few minutes to catch some Zzzs, this handy pillow makes it a more pleasurable experience by having something soft to rest your head on. It’s also great to carry with you when you travel if you need a quick nap on the plane.
Fragrance-Free Shampoo + Conditioner Essential Bundle by SEEN \ $50
Skincare can be hard to gift depending on the recipient. Haircare is a safer alternative, especially with this fragrance-free set that was actually designed to take care of your skin! Learn more here.
Wellness Starter Kit by Vejo \ $130
Not only can you bring your smoothie on the go with Vejo, you can make it on the go too. A Vejo is a portable blender that’s so slim in profile, it can fit in your car cup holder. It comes with a wireless charging capsule and on one single battery charge, you can make 30 blends. We love that this starter pack comes in a variety of Immune blends to make sure you’re in tip top shape for the cold season.
A Black Obsidian Gua Sha Massage Stone by Alder New York \ $30
There is definitely a wow factor involved with this all-black gua sha stone (you usually find them in jade or rose quartz instead). Spending a few minutes with a qua sha stone will drain your lymphatic tissues, lift your skin and improve circulation around your face which leads to a healthier complexion.
Jackson Pollock Studio x Yoga Zeal Floor Mat (Version 2) by Yoga Zeal \ $99
Made with 99% natural, biodegradable rubber, this yoga mat is perfect for at-home workouts, mindful meditation or an hour-long nap…er, shavasana pose. The beautiful Jackson Pollock design means you won’t mind leaving it out either.
Bath Salts by OY-L \ $20
If you can remember to make time for it, a bath does wonders for rejuvenating your mind and body. Dim the lights, add in these bath salts, and just inhale-exhale your way to a calmer state of mind.
Sampler Pack by Recess \ $30
If you or someone you know likes to partake in Dry January, a health trend that encourages cutting out alcohol for the month, this drink alternative might help you make it to your goal. It’s a sparkling water infused with real fruits and CBD extract that will leave you feeling calm, not high. The sampler comes with Recess’ six current flavors: Black Cherry, Blackberry Chai, Blood Orange, Coconut Lime Peach Ginger and Pomegranate Hibiscus. And who knows, maybe your Dry January will become Dry 2021.
Cedar Clove Beard and Shave Oil by Hudson Made \ $28
Beards deserve their own kind of TLC and this beard & shave oil delivers just that. It uses cedar to activate blood circulation and detoxify the skin, with the clove added into neutralize skin irritants.
Rose & Coconut Milk Soothe Bath Soak by Klei Beauty \ $28
This bath soak is way too pretty to be tucked away in the cabinets, which also means you’re more likely to remember to make time for a nice bath if you see it next to your tub. The base of this bath soak is salt from the Dead Sea, a sea lake on the Israeli shore that’s rich in minerals like magnesium, calcium, sulfur, bromide, iodine, sodium, zinc and potassium. These will help soothe achy muscles, restore moisture to your skin and calm your nerves. With the scent of of rose flower and cedar wood wafting in your steamy bath, you might never leave.
Everyday Oil \ starts at $14
For the longest time, Everyday Oil only made one product, its Everyday Oil (it recently expanded its offerings to include two hand sanitizers). The Everyday Oil comes in the brand’s mainstay blend or an unscented version, but trust us, the original scent is incredibly aromatherapeutic because of its essential oils blend of palo santo, lavender, geranium and clary sage. You can use it as a body oil, face oil, hair oil, even as a facial wash!
If you’re still undecided or haven’t found the right gift, there’s one universal gift that is well-liked by friends, family, colleagues, and kids alike: the Design Milk gift card. Let your recipient pick out something for themselves from our shop. We’re sure that they’ll find something they didn’t even know they wanted.
Check out the rest of the 2020 Gift Guides here!
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