The most wonderful time of the year has returned and with it my gift guides. Just two weeks left until the big day guys. This time around I’ve opted to squeeze everything into one post so that you don’t miss anything. I’ve gone for some out of the box ideas, ethical staples and cruelty free beauty ranging from little luxuries all the way up to budget blowers. Truly something for everyone.
My most wise purchase of 2019 goes to my beloved KeepCup. It has seen me through many lectures, long drives and train journeys. I’m treating my mum to one this Christmas as she has dropped hints left, right and centre about liking mine so much.
With sustainability and natural ingredients at their core, Clean Reserve have rapidly become my most worn brand of perfume over the last few months. Nude Santal and Heliotrope is sultry, mysterious and wholesome all at the same time.
Malin and Goetz Lip Service* – £18
Olverum Bath Oil* – £32 for 125ml
Mint Hair + Face + Body 3in1 Cleansing Bars* – £9.50 each
Look away now if you have the skincare wants. With a saving of £60, this set is packed full of skincare routine staples and treats guaranteed to delight in one swoop. Plus it’s all packaged beautifully so saves on wrapping. I adore Tropic and couldn’t live without my Fruit Peel and Sun Drops serums.
Tropic Skincare Selection* – £96
Yep, we’re still going! One of my most-loved alternative ideas this time around is the Teapigs Matcha Starter Kit. Said to boost metabolism, aid with detoxication and enhance concentration, we could all do with a bit more matcha in our life. The electric whisk is a game changer too.
As much as we love building Lego in this house come Christmas time, I can’t bring myself to pay such a fortune for the bigger sets. Nanoblock are similar to Lego but with a minimalistic edge and make for brilliant stocking fillers. Especially this adorable penguin.
Ren Atlantic Kelp Duo Set* – £25
Teapigs Matcha Starter Kit* – £24.99
Nanoblock Rock Hopper Penguin – £9.99
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