Everyone has a friend whose calendar is always full of meetings, deadlines and appointments. Help them embrace self-care by giving them one of these relaxing gifts.
A face mask set
Face masks are a great excuse to sit back and relax for 20 minutes while doing their thing. This set is available in 1
A popular Korean beauty product, each mask contains Vitamin E and collagen to help keep your skin hydrated and healthy. Plus, they’ll slide off your face if you move too much, so your friend will basically be forced to lie down and chill.
Motivational quote stress balls
Squishy toys are a great way to quickly relieve stress on the go. These stress balls with motivational quotes take it one step further and include messages like ‘Never give up’ and ‘Believe in yourself!’
Each ball is made from thermoplastic rubber and packed in a durable liner. There are three in the set, so your friend can keep one at work, one at home, and one in the car.
A lavender-scented candle
Lavender has been proven to support relaxation. Therefore, the Clean Day candle will help your friend fill her home with a soft floral scent that will calm her nerves.
This candle is made with renewable ingredients such as soy and vegetable wax and has a burn time of 35 hours. In addition, the container can be recycled or reused after the candle has burned out, so you can feel extra good about giving it as a gift.
A weighted blanket
Weighted blankets aren’t just a fad – ongoing research has shown they can help relieve stress and reduce anxiety. This weighted blanket fits a single bed and is best for someone between 110 and 140 pounds.
You can also choose from different sizes, weights and colors. In general, you want a blanket that weighs about 10% of a person’s body weight. Fortunately, this listing includes a helpful guide to help you choose the perfect blanket for your friend.
An essential oil diffuser
Essential oils are a natural way to bring relaxation into your home or apartment. Your friend can add his or her choice of oils to this essential oil diffuser to reduce stress and promote chill vibes.
Lavender oil can help your friend relax before going to bed, while eucalyptus can help him or her de-stress but stay alert. However, they must ensure that they only use 100% natural oils to avoid damage to the machine.
Tea before bed
A warm cup of tea is the perfect way to unwind in the evening. This popular bedtime tea contains passion flower and chamomile to promote relaxation.
To make the perfect cup, steep a tea bag for seven minutes before enjoying it. Use two bags for a stronger tea. You can even accompany this gift with a personalized mug so all your boyfriend or girlfriend needs to add water.
A portable blanket
It’s hard to feel too stressed when you walk around in a blanket! This one-size-fits-all option gained popularity after it was featured on the show Shark cage.
It comes in a variety of colors and has thousands of positive reviews on Amazon. Your friend will probably gush about it so much that you want one of your own.
What’s a relaxing gift guide without a few bath bombs? This set comes with 12 different scents that give every bath water a beautiful color.
Each bath bomb contains shea and cocoa butter and all-natural ingredients. They are so much fun to use that your boyfriend or girlfriend can’t resist taking a long, warm bath to enjoy them.
A back massager
Many people suffer from stress in their neck and upper back. This back massager just sits on the shoulders and kneads tight kinks.
This heated device has eight massage buttons and three speeds for a personalized experience. It even comes with a car adapter so your friend can take it on the go.
A head massager
The head massager is an often underestimated relaxation tool. These handy devices help to stimulate the scalp and improve blood circulation, which translates into a great feeling throughout the body.
They also help relieve tension in the head and may reduce the frequency of stress-induced headaches. Trust us – feel these really good.