My final post in my little Christmas Gift Guide 2021 is my favourite, the stocking fillers! I love, love, love the idea of receiving a stocking filled with lots of different beauty treats, so I’ve put together a list of lots of possibilities for anyone who fancies the same:
One thing I love about stocking fillers is that they often come presented in a festive theme, such as in a Christmas cracker of bauble, much like the Origins Joy to Mask Essentials (£26 here – link) which contains trio of mini Origins masks.
Another example of joyful beauty presented in a Christmas Cracker comes from GAIA, who have both a Lip Balm version (£10 here – link) and my personal favourite, the Awakening Bath Oil (£10 here – link).
Temple Spa have some gorgeous baubles this year, which not only look very pretty and festive when hung on the tree, they also contain some great goodies! The two I have are Polished to Perfection (£15 here – link) and Lip Thirst-Aid (£15 here – link).
Skincare minis make for fabulous stocking fillers, particularly when they’re as iconic as the Holiday Edition Pixi Glow Tonic (£10 here – link) which is so cute! I noticed this year they’re also doing a holiday version of their Clarity Tonic too, which is a great choice for anyone who’s breakout-prone.
Speaking of skincare minis, the GLAMGLOW Muds Just Wanna Have Fun (£29 here – link) is not only fabulously named, it contains three of the iconic masks including my personal favourite, SUPERMUD.
If in doubt, you can’t go wrong with a bit of Elemis and I think individual products from the brand are a great choice for stocking fillers. You can go little or large, as demonstrated with my two goodies here, which are the Frangipani Monoi Hair & Scalp Mask (£33 here – link) for some serious pampering, or the Superfood AHA Glow Booster (£27 here – link) which is a great addition to any skincare routine.
Tubs make for the cutest addition to a beauty-stuffed stocking, and I have a few to show you! First up is the wonderfully festive SteamCream editions, which are available in such a great variety and currently 4for3, so if you have a few people to buy for then now is the time to snap them up. Find them here – link – for £13.95 each.
The Aroma Active SOS Chest Rub (£10 here – link) is another cute little tin that’s perfect for this time of the year, when we’re all prone to sniffles and congestion. It’s such a dinky size too, so perfect for travel.
The Waken Gifting Luscious Lips (£15 here – link) contains a trio of pastel packaged lipbalms, so you could either give this is a individual gift, or break it down into three separate stocking fillers.
Speaking of balms, I’ll be writing a full post on the Seeds of Colour Balms (£21 each here – link) which are beautiful, natural and multi-purpose balms in four shades that I think would make the most gorgeous stocking fillers.
Finishing up with some lovely makeup stocking fillers, which are also a treat. Revolution Beauty are arguably the kings of makeup stocking fillers as they have such a great and affordable range. I treated myself to the Revolution Pro x Marilyn Monroe Eye Quad in Pink Crystal (£10 here – link) because it’s just so pretty! The I Heart Revolution Chocolate Contour Palette (£6 here – link) is an ideal stocking filler on novelty value alone, because who doesn’t want a bar of chocolate makeup in their beauty stocking?
Finally, I started my Christmas 2021 Gift Guide series with a look at the amazingness from The Body Shop (check out my first post here) so it makes sense that I finish up with them too. The Love Skin and Lashes Makeup set (£15 here – link) is such a lovely gift that includes a mini tub of the cult Camomile Cleansing Butter.
Thank you so much for reading my Gift Guide series, I hope you found it useful and I hope you have an amazing Christmas! xx
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