Who says beauty and wellness gifting can’t be edgy and fashion-forward?
This year’s curated selection, toggling between classic holiday green and hits of jet black, is a highlight reel of current trends.
From a supersonic toothbrush and a sleek matcha maker to a wintery scent and status barrette that could easily sail down a Paris runway, ‘tis the season to glow for it.
These tiny versions of cult-faves from makeup supernova Bobbi Brown arrive in a cute zippered pouch.
Why grab any old hair gewgaw when you can make a fashion statement instead? This limited-edition gem is crafted from Napa leather and features an 18-k gold-plated logo.
Equal parts skin-revitalizer and aromatherapy, this wild-harvested, sinks-right-in face elixir is laced with brightening vitamin C and hydrating omega fatty acids, alongside superstar essential oils like blue tansy, chamomile and frankincense.
This sonic beauty offers three separate modes for cleaning, brightening and massaging those pearly whites.
In the right hands, noir nail polish is glam, not goth. This party-friendly, quick-dry formula swaps out petrochemicals for healthier, plant-based ingredients.
Feel no pain with this mix of soothing sage, mint and full-spectrum hemp extract.
This scalp soother (from Naomi Watts’ new Stripes line, focused on menopause beauty) deploys a battalion of fruit actives and plant extracts for shinier, lusher locks.
Tap into the spirit of the season with this iridescent jade-green eyeshadow, serving up a veil of sheer shimmer.
Under the mistletoe, parched pouts aren’t optimal. Heal with this nourishing lip version of Weleda’s legendary Skin Food collection.
Brad Pitt’s new sustainable skin-care potions are conjured at Château Miraval in Provence, capped with repurposed wine-barrel oak and backed by a blizzard of serious science.
If you’re officially over waiting in line for your morning jolt of caffeine, this starter kit includes a sleek machine that stores, grinds and whisks, plus three 4-gram packets of organic leaf blends.
Battle free radicals with this lightly scented, addictive oil, which has garnered hundreds of five-star reviews.
Some scents just have “winter” written all over them. This foresty blend is anchored by amber, musk and vanilla, zhushed with top and middle notes of bitter orange, incense and iris.
Evoking a frosty stroll through the forest, French perfumer Francis Kurkdjian’s “Mon Beau Sapin” (“Christmas tree”) candle is a perennial favorite. This year, the limited-edition woody offering is gussied-up with gold.