Today's picks are for the person you want to spoil - just a little - while still keeping to your budget. They're a little more costly, but still reasonably priced in the $30-50 range.
Badger Organic Balm Sampler ($29.99)
I think really highly of Badger - both because of their high quality products and the way the company is run. Whether you're buying for someone who's already familiar with these balms or someone who hasn't tried them yet, the Balm Sampler is a great way to give six of the company's most popular balms a try. The kit comes with 0.75 ounces each of the Classic Badger Balm, Cuticle Care, Sleep Balm, Sore Muscle Rub, Aromatic Chest Rub, and Foot Balm, packaged in a 100% recycled paper box.
LuSa Organics Nourish and Lavish Gift Collections ($32.50 and $48.00)
I became aware of LuSa Organics through following Rachel's personal blog, Clean, which I've read for a couple years now. LuSa makes natural bath, body, and baby products and is a true family run business. The Nourish Collection (pictured above) comes with a soap, sugar scrub, body oil, and holiday ornament diffuser, while the Lavish Collection includes all that, PLUS fizzing bath salts and an allover body balm. Both sets are available in your choice of two holiday scents: Clementine & Clove and Frankincense & Myrrh.
Pai Rosehip Collection: Intensive Nourishing Facial Kit ($50)
Pai's Rosehip Bioregenerate oil is pretty iconic at this point and the Intensive Nourishing Kit is a great opportunity to get it, plus the limited edition Bioregenerate Face Mask, which is described as a "buttery, ultra-hydrating treatment [that] quenches thirsty skin, helping to accelerate cell repair for instant rejuvenation." Sounds pretty great, right? You also only pay $10 more for the set than you would for a solo bottle of the rosehip oil, so it really is a fantastic value as well.
Balm Balm Lip Balm Cracker (£15.25)
The Lip Balm Cracker is a great way to try the entire range of Balm Balm's tube lip balms. These are wonderful multi-purpose balms that can be used not only on your lips, but also on your cuticles, face, and anywhere else that needs a little extra care. The Frankincense Cracker, which comes with Balm Balm's complete Frankincense skincare range, looks lovely as well.
Bare Minerals READY to Go Complexion Perfection Kit ($49)
Bare Minerals is what I class as a borderline natural company, but they do have some products I feel comfortable using. The Complexion Perfection Kit is an ultra-portable palette of Bare Minerals' READY pressed products. Colors vary - there are eight sets to choose from - but each palette includes a Foundation, Touch Up Veil, Bronzer, Luminizer, and Correcting Concealer, as well as a mini Precision Face Brush and mini Tapered Face Brush. The concealer has some ingredients I don't like, but even if you weren't to use that one item, I think the set is good value as a whole.
Kaia Bamboo Tapioca Beads ($38)
The Bamboo Tapioca Beads are a dry powder that you activate with some kind of liquid - anything from water to tea, honey, an oil or liquid cleanser - and then use as either a cleanser or face mask. The beads, which smell fresh and citrusy, gently exfoliate, leaving behind super soft and smooth skin. Kaia has given the beads a makeover for the holidays and they now come adorably packaged with a small vial of moringa oil and a tiny wooden spoon.
Juice Beauty Best of Juice Beauty Set ($48)
I haven't actually tried anything from Juice Beauty before, but their holiday sets tempt me every single year. The Best of Set is a 10-day advent-type gift that comes with ten of Juice Beauty's best-selling products. You get full sizes of the Green Apple Age Defy Handcream, SPF 8 Lip Moisturizer and Reflecting Gloss in Fig, plus various samples from their skincare line.
Yarok Holiday Quartet ($32)
This quartet, which I believe is exclusive to EcoDivaBeauty, comes with travel sizes of Yarok's mousse, leave-in conditioner, hairspray, and shine serum. I've used two of the four and have only good things to say. Yarok is definitely one of the best when it comes to natural hair products.
Blissoma Aromatherapy Candle Gift Trio ($45)
Candles always make a good wintertime gift and Blissoma's 100% botanical, vegan, natural, and anti-allergenic candles are a great choice. Made of clean-burning soy wax, they use a cotton wick and contain no dyes, synthetic scents or burn extenders. The candles, which burn for 20-25 hours each, are small batch poured with completely hand blended scents. Pictured here are the candles in Peace, Love and Calm, but there are also two other trios: Balance, Happiness and Energize and Celebrate, Delight and Harmony.
Lily Lolo Laid Bare Palette ($34)
Lily Lolo has really stepped up their game recently with a classy rebranding and awesome new pressed makeup products. With wearable neutral shades (both matte and shimmer) and a good sized mirror, the Laid Bare palette is a great alternative to the ever-popular Naked palettes, only more portable (it's only about 4.5 inches long) and without the nasty ingredients. I've barely had mine for 24 hours, so I can't speak much to how it wears, but if you have someone on your list that's struggling to transition to natural makeup - or someone who needs some convincing to make the switch - this might just be the ticket. There's also a second palette, the Enchanted Palette, which features darker, smokier shades and a mix of neutrals and colors.
If you haven't seen it yet, make sure you check out Part 1 of my Gift Guide, and keep an eye out for the last part, coming on Friday.
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