Finding the perfect Mother’s Day gift is without a doubt, a challenge. You want to get her something she’ll love, but your well of ideas has either run dry or feels lackluster. Don’t stress, you’ve got enough going on! Today I have three thoughtful gifts for mom that are easy to order online and ship right to your doorstep.
23andMe: I love this idea because it’s a discovery experience the whole family can share together. For those who don’t know, 23andMe is a genetic test that analyzes your DNA to see where your family tree stems from (I’m talking 500 or more years ago!). Your ancestry is examined against thirty-one populations from all over the world — they go deep into your family history. They even include a prepaid label to send your sample in, so all mom needs to do is drop it in the mail. The results are easy to read and understand, and who knows, you may receive a few surprises! I can’t wait to do this and share the results with Zelda.
Vichy Mineral 89: Over the last few months I have made my skin a top priority, and I know I’m not the only one. I want to do whatever I can to keep my skin in the best shape I can, and after reading about Vichy’s Mineral 89 Moisturizer I’m excited to work it into my routine! This moisturizer contains hyaluronic acid to fight against aging as well as dryness. Simply put two drops of the moisturizer on your face after you’ve done your preferred cleansing routine! Make sure you first apply it in the center of your face and gently work outwards towards your chin and hairline.
Sabon Butter Hand Cream: In my book, anything Sabon is always a win! Their Butter Hand Cream is insane, it’s incredibly moisturizing and has a pretty, light scent with hints of sweet almond that I can’t get enough of (and neither can Zelda)! It’s packed with shea butter to make your skin soft and keep dryness at bay. Mamas who are obsessed with their bath and shower routines are probably already familiar with Sabon, and if they aren’t they’ll be thrilled you introduced them to it!
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