The Ultimate Mother’s Day Gift Guide: Day 1
Mother’s Day is the one day of the year when we celebrate all the Moms who have made us the people we are today. It can be tough to know exactly how to show the mother figures in your life how appreciated they are. Loving your Mom is free, but if you want to surprise your or any Mom with a non-toxic gift on Mother’s Day this year, we have suggestions at every price point, for every amazing type of Mom out there.
Day 1: On-the-Go Mom
$25 and Under:
Pure and Simple Cleansing Milk will remove makeup and cleanse at the same time, so your Mom has more time to spend on the things she wants to do! Even if she just has one moment to herself, this bit of luxury will be the best self-care.
Also check out Routine’s non-toxic, top-rated deodorants so she doesn’t have to worry about all the ingredients in regular deodorants. The top-sellers mini kit can help her choose her favourite scent from five mini versions, also super TSA-friendly!
$50 and Under:
Moms have so much on their plate. Whether it’s taking care of kids, juggling kids and work and family, they do it all. One of the founders of Innersense Organic Beauty, a tried and true Think Dirty brand, created the Quiet Calm Curl Control styling lotion for her daughter Morgan. Made only with non-toxic, organic ingredients, this can cut time on styling hair for Moms (or anyone) blessed with curlier hair. It’s also a 2018 Dirty Thinkers’ Choice Awards Winner for Best Styling Product!
$200 and Under:
Give your Mom something luxurious to help her unwind. With these relaxing self-care products, she can treat herself and destress. This Rose Glow brightening skincare duo from Biossance is packed with all the anti-aging, moisturizing, and ingredients that will help show off your Mom’s natural glow. Perfect for Moms who are on the go, always working, busy with kids, and need a little boost! The Rose Oil in the set also comes in a beautiful limited edition antique bottle to make it extra-special.
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