5 Holiday Gifts to Help Your Loved One Unwind

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The holidays can be stressful. To help you find the perfect present this holiday season, GR|MAG organized a list of five relaxing gift ideas for your loved ones. Choose your favorites from the list and you will be the best gift-giver this year.

Candle Making

Give a gift that is not only calming but also fun. At Wax Poetic Candle Bar, spend a day picking your favorite fragrances and crafting your very own candle. Surprise your loved ones with a candle made just for them or take them with you for a relaxing adventure. No time to make a candle? Wax Poetic also offers the special of buy three ready-made candles, get one free.

Ultimate Spa Experience

We all have a friend or relative who spends their every moment caring for others. Why not give them the chance to be cared for? Unwind with a day at the spa and spend the night at the JW Marriott. The Ultimate Spa Experience Package at the JW Marriott includes an overnight stay, spa treatments and $100 in jbucks for two.

Books

Nothing says cozy like a good book from Books & Mortar. Check out Barbara Kingsolver’s latest novel, “Unsheltered,” read poems from “Devotions” by Mary Oliver, or be inspired by Lin Manuel Miranda’s book, “Gmorning, Gnight!: Little Pep Talks for Me & You.” Books & Mortar also recommends “Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls” and “Here We Are” for kids.

Exfoliating Sugar Cubes

Treat your friends and family with Harper + Ari’s Exfoliating Sugar Cubes and their skin will thank you. One cube of sugar in the shower or bath is all that is needed for a day of pampering. A variety of scents are available to purchase at Rebel Reclaimed.

Afternoon Tea

Everyone loves a tea party. Set a date to enjoy a soothing cup of tea while you indulge in a wide selection of delicious pastries at Le Bon Macaron’s Afternoon Tea. Your loved ones will adore this comforting day filled with tea and treats. Be sure to make your reservations at least a week in advance.

*Main photo courtesy of JW Marriott. All other photos courtesy of individual organizations.

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