Mother’s Day Gift Guide: Bring the Spa to Her
Indulge the mom in your life on her special day.
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Treat Mama to a Home Spa
This might not be the year when you can send mom to the spa for Mother’s Day, but that doesn’t mean you can’t shower her with relaxing spa-oriented gifts. Now more than ever mom deserves a spa day and there are plenty of amazing, pampering products you can bring to her.
Dazzle Dry Nail Kit
Going to the salon may not be in the cards but getting a long-lasting manicure can still happen at home. Dazzle dry offers everything you need for a chemical-free mani, complete with a base coat to strengthen your nails and a top coat to keep them shiny. You can choose your mood, from stark reds to playful pinks and even a few glittery varieties. Manicures should last 1-2 weeks and are easy to remove at home.
BUY IT: Dazzle Dry, $35
Facials are an absolute moment of luxury, so why not give mom a chance to try one at home? This kit isn’t just a face mask, it’s a five-step process that includes a cleanser, mist, serum, mask and moisturizer, plus disposable headbands and a massager to help circulate the product into your skin. With five facials in a kit, mom will have multiple chances to escape and relax.
BUY IT: Repechage,$159
A spa day isn’t complete without candles, and these can be fully customized to represent your mom. Pick your scent, size, color and messaging, and you’ll have a unique candle that mom can light when she needs a moment of Zen.
BUY IT: TAJA, $35+
Let mom turn her bath into an oasis with these relaxing bath salts. If she works out a lot, the arnica will soothe sore muscles, and the lavender is great for stress relief. The dreamy eucalyptus blend will give mom plenty of opportunities to escape and soak.
BUY IT: Amazon,$15
Hand and Heal Therapy
With increased handwashing, doing dishes and gardening, mom’s hands (and feet!) can use some extra TLC. This all-natural, intensive lotion is perfect for hydrating and softening extra dry skin. Slather on some lotion and cover your feet with socks or gloves overnight for a spa like treatment.
BUY IT: Odacité, $39
Hydrating Hair Set
Mom likely hasn’t seen a salon in months and may need a little extra hair care. This set is full of hydrating hair products that will help repair any dryness. Plus, it comes in a cute case that can be used for makeup or other knickknacks later on.
BUY IT: Nordstrom, $47
Mom may not be getting the best night sleep right now and could use a spa moment even at bedtime. A weighted blanket is said to help with anxiety, stress and even insomnia. This version comes in multiple colors, patterns and sizes that’ll match her bedroom décor.
BUY IT: YNM,$109
Los Angeles loves Alfred for their awesome coffee and tea drinks, and you can bring a taste of that home. Matcha is a great way to help add some Zen into mom’s daily routine. This kit comes with ceremonial grade Matcha from Japan, a small electric whisk and a cute, pink ceramic bowl for mixing.
BUY IT: Alfred, $75
Disco Nap Gift Set
Between homeschooling, taking care of the house and working, we could all use a disco nap right about now. This gift set makes it easy–and luxurious–with cozy socks, a silk pillowcase, gua sha for at-home Eastern medicine and a nourishing face mask for depleted skin.
BUY IT: Aloisia Marie, $49
Help mom treat herself to an extra dose of Vitamin C or retinol each morning with these anti-aging serums. The serums are light weight and allergy tested. Mom will love adding them into her daily routine.
BUY IT: Target, $40