Healthy Mother’s Day Gifts 2018 

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Healthy Mother’s Day Gifts 2018 

Take a look at some of the best gifts for Mother’s Day that will help her stay healthy and feel great.

Are you still hemming and hawing over whether to call1-800-FLOWERS for Mother’s Day again this year? Here’s your sign that it’s time to get Mom something new, something thoughtful, something she’ll love.

If you’re lacking inspiration, that’s where we come in.

For Mother’s Day, we’ve rounded up some of the most thoughtful presents for Mom to help her stay healthy and flawless — that is, more flawless than usual, of course. We’ve covered all the bases, from fitness to diet to cosmetics and personal care, so there’s something for everyone.

She’s given so much to you, and now it’s time to give back! Here are our top picks for making her day special.

Warrior Yoga Mat

For the guru mama who’s ready to put her ClassPass membership to use, this yoga mat offers the perfect balance of effectiveness and style.

Warrior Yoga Mat, $24.99,

VicTsing 300ml Ultrasonic Aroma Essential Oil Diffuser

An essential oil diffuser is ideal for the office or anywhere in the home. Not only does it humidify the air, but depending on the essential oil used it is said to reduce stress and soften the skin. This particular diffuser also acts as a lovely LED night-light.

VicTsing 300ml Ultrasonic Aroma Essential Oil Diffuser, $26.99,

Homemade Chocolate Chip Cookies

You can never go wrong with chocolate chip cookies — especially if your mom has a sweet tooth. But if she might be less than thrilled that you baked her this yummy snack while she’s trying to trim her waistline, we’ve got the perfect, healthy chocolate chip recipe for you.

Here are some supplies you’ll need for the recipe above:

Justin’s Classic Almond Butter, $11.99,

Bob’s Red Mill Almond Flour, $8.49,

Ghirardelli Bittersweet Baking Chocolate Chips, $13.99,

Farm Fresh Spa Experience Tin

For Mother’s Day, give your dear mom a farm-to-home natural spa treatment. And by “farm-to-home,” we mean 1818 Farms in Alabama, where little lambs and goats run free and contribute to the amazing products included in this box: shea cream, mint lip balm, a bar of handmade soap, and a muslin bag for a Lavender Goat’s Milk Bath.

Farm Fresh Spa Experience Tin, $32,

The Vegan Cookbook Chloe Flavor: Saucy, Crispy, Spicy, Vegan

If your mom has hopped on the increasingly popular vegan bandwagon but could use a little more inspiration, this is the gift for her. Chloe Coscarelli — a cofounder of the popular By Chloe chain in New York City — released a new vegan cookbook in March. And trust us, if it’s from a By Chloe chef, it’s bound to be every vegan’s dream.

Chloe Flavor: Saucy, Crispy, Spicy, Vegan, $18.29,

Eugenys Stainless Steel Coffee Press

If your mom’s a grade A, Lorelai Gilmore–level java freak, she’ll adore this coffee press. And when she uses it, you can go ahead and ask for a pour because this sleek coffeemaker makes eight cups at a time.

Eugenys Stainless Steel Coffee Press, $27.99,

Lué by Jean Seo Skin Solution Set

From the eco-chic boutique in LA, this set is made to give you a three-step solution to glowing skin. Included is an exfoliant to “erase flaws,” a hydrating serum to “balance,” and a spot controller to “clear.”

Lué by Jean Seo Skin Solution Set, $19.99,

Hearth & Hand With Magnolia Gardening Collection

With spring here and summer finally around the corner, it’s time to start planting! For the mom with the green thumb, why not reboot her gardening supplies? Included in Fixer Upper stars Chip and Joanna Gaines’s garden collection, you’ll find a metal watering can, planters, gardening gloves, garden twine, a milk-glass vase, and a metal garden caddy.
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