You’re working hard to find someone who just couldn’t use some extra TLC, so don’t treat your favorite people for gifts that are sure to be a total mood lift. Self-care takes many forms, so here are 24 gifts that run the gamut from bath-time delights to helpful virtual consultations, outdoor pick-me-ups, and more.
($ 241, Calla)
Canadian designer Calla Haynes has provided centrifugal rug-clad Buboys slippers that are sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face.
($ 16.99, Callex Wellness)
Sure, baths are relaxing, but have you tried one with CBD-infected bath bombs? The Toronto brand’s three options come with various distinct benefits and also include a range of Lux essential oils.
Cup of tea
Matka Whisk Bundle
($ 49.99, Cup of Tea)
Help take them to the next level of tea with this organic matka mixture that comes with a stylish bamboo sauce.
Share Happiness Thoughtful Box Collection
($ 40, cry out loud)
Comparing the three moody lift-minded sets of quote-driven cards, this trio offers helpful, sweet and sage words of wisdom from people like comedian Felice Diller and philosopher Marcus Aurelius.
Daydreamer Gift Box
($ 100, current day)
Tell your favorite friend or a loved one to take a pause with a selection of cool items such as adaptogen-infused sparkling water by Daydream, bath salts from Gold Apothecary, and lavender / chamomile multi-use mist on Kismet.
($ 159, Vitruvi)
The benefits of aromatherapy are nothing to sniff at, and this sleek new diffuser offers soothing effects of scents ranging from soothing in spaces up to 700 square feet.
Set of black and white towels
($ 147, Doosan Doosan)
There is much in the environment around us that we feel; Wouldn’t a set of playful patterned towels please one’s mood?
($ 575, Fran Allen Holistic Nutritionist + Green Beauty Expert)
Learn about someone who wants to have a compassionate relationship with food and their body image, but doesn’t know where to start? Toronto-based Holistic Nutritionist Frén Allen gave his expertise to those looking to change behaviors and habits around healthy eating with a 12-week program called Freedom Foundations.
We are nighters
Latch Hook Kit
($ 122, We are NightRants)
Why not encourage your money to take up a satisfying new skill? This stability-focused weave brand makes it easy with its array of kits to create everything from casual clothing to attractive home décor.
Eau Claire Resin
Large floral paperweight
($ 80, Picts’ goods)
Crafted with an array of dried flowers, a cheerful resin paperweight makes for good company when the world feels a bit foggy.
Self-care box subscription
($ 49.95 / month, lotty wellness)
From rejuvenating body creams to mindful coloring books filled with feel-good goodies, a subscription box from this Canadian company means that every month can be happy moments.
Cube Air Purifier
($ 98, Sydney)
Made with bamboo-activated charcoal and clay, this natural natural air purifier will give any small space some extra breathing room.
(From $ 160, Crown Flora Studio)
Is there anything better than saying it with flowers? Show your care by signing up for a flower delivery subscription to Crown Flora Studios of Toronto.
($ 30, rosary)
A hand-woven candle from Vancouver’s garland will put anyone in the mood for Sunday, with notes of lavender, apricot orchids and sandalwood. (With each purchase, the brand plants a tree in partnership with Tree Era and Trees for the Future.)
Plant-based beauty by Jess Arnadin
Plant based beauty
($ 16.99, Indigo)
For the beauty and DIY excitement on your list, this tome teaches readers how to deal with natural-ingredient self-care routines.
Afro Hair & Skin Company
Artha Face Mask Treatment Dish
($ 45, Yard + Parish)
Combine skin or hair care nectar for a self-care moment with a beautiful hand-made ceramic dish.
HappyLight Liberty Compact Light Therapy Lamp
($ 39.99, Amazon)
As the days get darker, we can all use glitter. This portable light therapy lamp can be used for medium to long sessions and features a brightness-controlled lens to reduce eye strain.
Where is Misha
Suck it Straw and Case – Set of Four
($ 135.40, Prospect NY)
To stay hydrated does not suck. A blissful reusable glass straw by artist Meesha Kahan makes any drink a special treat.
Pro Series Four-Piece Snowshoe Set
($ 189.99, Mountain Tracks in Hudson’s Bay)
Getting out does wonders for someone’s frame of mind, and this sizzling snow shoe set in winter does not have to stop good times.
Peter and Paul Gift
SpaZZZ Gift Box
($ 55, gifts from Peter and Paul)
Gift a spa experience that can be comfortably made in this home comfort package that includes chakra stones as well as a Himalayan salt scrub, handmade soap and more.
Chocolate Goodness Mask
($ 35, skin drama)
A decisive way to ward off dry skin in winter and beyond, this mask is made with nourishing ingredients such as shea butter and evening primrose oil.
The Human Being Journal
($ ४ (, great brain)
With its monthly (but untouched) format and exploration of the two sides of the human experience, human and being, this chic magazine makes the journey a bit more meaningful.
($ 112, dem)
Self care means taking care of yourself in every way. Made with medical-grade silicon and boasting a three-speed motor, this thoughtful vibrator puts joy at one’s fingertips.
A piece of sky stained glass inside the window
($ 362, Etsy)
Nothing is more uplifting than a sunny sky, and this quirky stained glass art piece ensures that glitter is always present.
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