Sure, anyone would love a shiny, new car wrapped in a giant red bow come Christmas morning. But sometimes the smallest gifts bring the biggest smiles—at least when these stocking stuffers are involved. Oh, and a little gift for you: They're all up to 50 percent off at Thrive Market!
Give the priceless gifts of relaxation and balance to those who could use it most. Moss Botanicals mists blend organic essential oils that promote balance and healing with heavenly natural scents that instantly delight the senses.
Another giftable relaxation solution is Sustained Organic Living's eye pillows, back, neck, and body wraps. Whether used hot or cold, these velvety soft, organic cotton life-savers harness the power of lavender to alleviate aches and pains, soothe weary muscles, and relieve stress.
ncLA Hollywood Heartbreaker Duo
For the girl on your list who can rock not one but two killer nail colors at once, you'll nail it this Christmas with any of ncLA's two-packs of non-toxic, vegan luxury lacquers. Our favorite is "Hollywood Heartbreaker," a festive combination of shimmery, crimson red and glittery gold.
Keep the spark alive this holiday season (your mood, metabolism, and overall well-being will thank you) courtesy of Aloe Cadabra. This natural lube is made with organic aloe vera and vitamin E to soothe and nourish while you're getting busy between the sheets. Plus, unlike the majority of name-brand lubes out there, it doesn't have any potentially harmful chemicals or additives commonly linked with dryness down there.
Bambu Hemp Denim Apron and Bamboo Tools
Our favorite bamboo-based home goods company has expanded their arsenal of sustainable accessories with yet another kitchen staple we can't live without. This classic apron is handcrafted from organic cotton and hemp—an exceptionally durable, renewable material that will only improve with age. It features generously sized pockets to hold tools and accessories, and here's the coolest part: Those pockets come filled with cooking tools, including three spoons, a spatula, and a conversion ruler!
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