December 14, 2017

Holiday Gift Ideas for the Health Conscious Person on Your List

Finding holiday gifts for our loved ones and friends can be tough. These unique, wellness-focused gifts will bring a smile to their faces while helping them keep healthy this holiday season.

  • Essential Oils – Create the spa experience at home with certified 100 percent pure, therapeutic grade Airomé essential oils. The Holiday Cheer blend is perfect for the season of giving, as this spicy and sweet blend will diffuse and freshen the air while inviting in the holiday spirit. Add an essential oil diffuser for the perfect gift combo.
  • Bronner’s Magic Soaps – Another aromatic escape can be found with the invigorating and therapeutic aroma of these pure-castile soaps. Lavender and peppermint can calm the mind and soothe the body.
  • Healthy Human Tumblers – These 20 oz. tumblers are made from 100 percent pure food grade 18/8 stainless steel. Constructed with double-wall insulation, they will keep your favorite beverage cold (or hot) twice as long as traditional mugs. Plus they are powder coated on the outside, which means zero sweat on your table or clothes.
  • Lumbar Support Roll – The Original McKenzie Lumbar Roll, featuring a nonwrinkle, moisture-wicking, 100 percent polyester removable cover, is the top-selling lumbar cushion and the ideal companion in the car, at the office or for use with any seat that does not provide adequate lumbar support. Their back will thank you!
  • Aura Cacia Foam Bath – Create an at-home spa treatment that expands the senses, perfumes the body and frees the spirit. With a variety of aromas – for adults and kids, too – the bath experience can help them relax or invigorate your spirit, whichever they need.
  • Sport Compression Socks – For the athlete on your list, give the perfect combination of athletic styling and medically effective compression therapy.

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