Mother’s Day is quickly approaching, and while we’re all ready for May flowers, it might be time to think about gifts that aren’t flowers and a card. It’s easy to fall into a gift-giving box, but we want to help you freshen up that idea list. Whether you’re shopping for your mom, aunt, grandma, wife, daughter, or another lady with the honorable title of “Mother,” these gifts are sure to show them just how special they are.
1. Sonoma Lavender Heated Slippers
Is there anything that says take a load off like these comfy, fluffy slippers? Made with a lavender and flax insole that can be removed and heated for therapeutic bliss, these slippers are a dream.
2. Circadia Pillowcase
If anyone deserves a good night’s rest, it’s the mothers of the world. This nylon-based pillowcase wicks away the moisture that accumulates on our face and pillow as we sleep, causing collagen loss. Give the gift of knowing that a heavy sleep won’t result in long-term skin damage.
3. Aromaflage Botanical Fragrance
Natural aromas will give your mom the scents that you know she deserves the best. With no harsh chemicals, our botanical fragrance and insect repellent nourishes skin with Vitamin E and delightful orange, cedarwood, and vanilla flavors. The sleep fragrance, free of parabens, uses notes of lavender, rose, and vanilla to gently send the body into a deep rest.
4. Nuface Mini
The petite Nuface Mini is a facial toning device that works through facial stimulation. Giving this gift is giving the mother who receives it access to convenient, five-minute facial lifts at home or on the go.
5. Thoughtful Tea Towel
This Savannah, Georgia boutique designs one-of-a-kind kitchen accessories, including this tea towel that’s perfect for any mother on your list. Browse their site to find something witty and unique that will make your mother smile.
6. Tablet Stand
Busy moms have their hands full. This sleek tablet stand is perfect for reading recipes while cooking, streaming a YouTube tutorial while trying to fix the garbage disposal that sucked down a fork, or joining a conference call while stitching up the youngest’s favorite jacket that ripped on the playground.