The Next Best Thing to a Real Massage
Heat has long been known as an effective treatment for muscle pain, stress and cramps. This stylish neck wrap makes it easy to apply this to yourself at home and also incorporates relaxing aromatherapy scents.
"What do women want?", Sigmund Freud supposedly lamented.
When it comes to gifts, a pretty good starting point is that anything beautiful, useful or pleasant will generally be well received. All of the options below hit at least one of those notes.
A great gift for any woman, this tiny humidifier emits ionized steam, which is great for improving skin tone and eliminating facial impurities. As a bonus, it can also serve to warm up a small towel or make the air in a room more comfortable to breathe.
Practically speaking, it’s impossible to avoid all potentially harmful chemicals, but many people are now choosing to limit their exposure. As far as underarm deodorants go, this may even be the more effective and economical option.
There’s no place like home, but sometimes, there’s no way to get home. Should a distant friend be having a bad day, they will really appreciate being able to conjure up memories of their birthplace just by lighting a candle that smells like their home state.
Chronic stress doesn’t just lead to painful muscular tension, it can be downright lethal if left unchecked. Luckily, there are a couple of things you can do to improve such a situation, whether in your own life or by giving this stylish yet effective massager as a gift.
No one wants to think about getting into an accident, but if you’re ever trapped in a car you’ll be glad you had the foresight to buy one of these. The IPOW window hammer and seatbelt cutter costs just a few bucks, but it could save your life and that of your family.
Fitness trackers are helping people all over the world stay fit and healthy. This budget choice from Letscom is a stylish way for anyone to keep track of their exercise progress, ensuring you’re getting the workout you need.
Whether thinking about workout supplements or liquid meals for when you’re on the go, you don’t need to settle for lumpy results. Shaking on its own, as you probably know, doesn’t really work with a full bottle, but this one-of-a-kind system mixes like a champ.
If you don’t think of skipping rope as a serious exercise, you probably just haven’t tried it with a speed rope yet. Ergonomic handles and a weighted cord make it possible to go much faster, burning an impressive number of calories in the process.
Music teachers are often flooded with gifts from their students around the end of the year or term. These little note cards give you the option of showing your appreciation with something special rather than an impractical, characterless gift.
Getting the most out of your afternoon coffee break is often all about the little things. Assuming that you like to take your caffeine cold sometimes, you’re sure to appreciate these bean-shaped pieces of frozen coffee that can make your drink look twice as stylish.
It’s always nice to have an umbrella on hand when it starts pouring, and it sucks when you discover that yours doesn’t work. This one won’t break or jam the struts while you’re opening or closing them, and a gust of wind won’t pop them inside-out.
There are various techniques to deal with stress, but what if you don’t even know where to start? That’s where this stress management tracker comes in. The perfect gift for workaholics who tend to forget about their health.
Want to transmit your interest in meditation to someone? With Muse 2, even those who are simply not good at meditation the first, third or thirtieth time, will be convinced. The device will remind them to relax when they’re veering off course.