What better way to top off a long, stressful day than soaking in a warm bath with dissolving Naturopathica Sweet Birch Magnesium Bath Flakes? We can't think of anything either. Sweet birch warms and re-energizes the body, while 37 percent magnesium helps relieve stiff joints, sore muscles, and even cramps — in short, it's the perfect relaxation formula for any busy mom.
From slicers and dicers to scales and even food processors, mom can pick up a KitchenAid stand mixer accessory for just about any use. If she already owns the iconic kitchen gadget, pick up a new accessory she can attach to her mixer and use while cooking. The slicer and shredder attachment is affordable, effective, and incredibly useful, especially considering that it’s powered by the motor in your mixer, allowing mom to leverage that power for quick shredding. It’ll be her new sous chef.
Did your mother fall in love with Pokemon GO when it came out? Mine did—she’d spend hours running around and catching new Pokemon for her collection. She may not be out and about playing it much anymore, but I feel confident she’d love having a Nintendo Switch, the easy-to-use console that allows her to play the suite of Mario games and reviewer-favorite Animal Crossing. She can opt for a full system that she can play with others, or the single-user Nintendo Switch Lite that she can keep all to herself. 
The ultimate indulgence at the end of a long day? These Oprah-approved, super plush slippers from Vionic. "These slippers aren’t just for shuffling around—with an orthotic footbed, they’re bound to put a spring in your step," Oprah said in 2018 when she picked them for her annual list of Favorite Things. "I slipped them on and thought I was walking on cloud fluff."
Is it really a gift guide for your mother if there’s no jewelry? If Mom’s expecting a traditional gift, opt for the Kate Spade letter pendant from Nordstrom, which features a gold token engraved with a letter for her namesake. This is one of our readers’ favorite items to buy at Nordstrom, which isn’t surprising, since it has nearly 1,000 positive reviews on the site. 
All iterations of the Foreo Luna deep cleanse, but moms who might be a little hesitant about potentially over-exfoliating will be especially delighted with the Foreo Luna 3 for Sensitive Skin. Its silicone touchpoints are 30 percent longer and 25 percent softer than the Luna 2 and operate among 16 power levels, which deliver up to 8,000 pulsations per minute. Bonus: there's an accompanying app with various massage settings designed to firm the jawline, tighten the neckline and cheeks, and treat the eye area. A full charge adds up to a whopping 650 uses, making this one powerful skin-care tool. No wonder it's a Best of Beauty winner.
Mom's day is nearly here and I advise you to begin thinking about special gift ideas for your mom. There is just one day each year when we can truly thank our mom for all the effort and love she has actually provided to us. Lets do it right. Lets provide her the best presents for mom's day.

Present concepts for your nearby and dearest one
Mother’s day is a day dedicated to all the mothers across the world and their selfless love. This is an opportunity when you can tell you mom how much you love her and thank her for all her love and support. There are various kinds of mother’s day gifts available in the shops. You may get one of them for your mom. But, how about gifting her something really special this year, which she will cherish throughout her life?
A lot of females like items and quite makeup bags to keep them in, like hand painted makeup bags.
The Carleen Heart Bandana is an ideal choice for the gifter who likes to add a personal touch. Kelsey Parkhouse, owner of Carleen, recommends embroidering your name or a sweet message inside the bandana’s printed heart. If you’re looking for a way to get a craft-obsessed teen involved in the gifting this year—or you are that craft-obsessed teen—this bandana, which comes in five colors, is a charming and affordable option.
I’ve tested a lot of products at Reviewed, and there’s none I’m more obsessed with than the big blanket. It’s exactly what it sounds like—a really large blanket—and yet it’s softer, cozier, and more fun than any other blanket I’ve owned. If mom loves making blanket forts, snuggling with the family, or just generally lounging around in blankets, this is a must-have. 
2. You buy something you like, which naturally indicates she will like it [lingerie?], or 3. You quit and purchase soothing oils and such for the bath.
Another great product we see selling out toward the end of the year is the Spanx faux leather leggings from Nordstrom, which many of our on-staff mothers are obsessed with. They boast more than 3,000 reviews on Nordstrom, which isn’t surprising, given that our staffers rave about them every chance they get. She can wear them with a denim jacket or throw them on with a t-shirt—no matter how she styles them, Mom will love these versatile leggings. 
The holidays are going to hit differently this year. Some people will be able to see family, but many of us won’t be able to travel, making the act of gift-shopping even more stressful than usual. What do you buy for your mom during a global pandemic!? To help you find something that feels meaningful, we’ve rounded up 64 of the best Christmas gifts (and Hanukkah gifts, and nondenominational winter solstice gifts) that a mom could ask for. Whether she’s picked up a new hobby like indoor gardening during quarantine, or whether she’s just looking for a something fancy and pretty, you’ll find the perfect present on the list below.

Slip Into Comfort
A well-received and elegant gift for girlfriends, better halves, mommies, and siblings (as in your mom).
We've preached ad nauseam about the new makeup trends in this work-from-home world. It seems like nearly everyone is shifting towards wearing less makeup for their day-to-day. However, a touch of hydrating shimmer from this Westman Atelier's Super-Loaded Tinted Highlight is the perfect multitasking must-have to keep us in love with our makeup collection. Wear it on the cheeks, eyes, or all over the face for a natural glow.

That’s right, Topanga made a shampoo—and it’s actually really good. This sulfate-, paraben-, and cruelty-free beauty line left our tester with silky smooth hair and impressive volume. Your mom will love showering with high-quality shampoo that smells amazing and doesn’t harm her hair. Plus, she’ll love to brag that she’s wearing Topanga’s shampoo. 
Thinking outside the box is our specialty, so even if Mom hasn't dropped any hints lately, you can pick up something that's super unique. The ideas ahead are packed with editor favorites, best-selling items from cool companies, and tons more ideas that will boost her self-care routine—and it all starts at just $6! Oh, and don't forget grandma while you're at it!
We love a good meal kit. Not only will they allow mom to skip planning out meals for a few nights, but they’ll introduce her to new recipes and ingredients she may not have reached for herself. Our favorite meal kit is Home Chef, which consistently delivered high-quality ingredients, recipes, and instructions each week. Plus, they’ve recently diversified their menu to offer meat substitutes, protein packs, and even 15-minute meals. 
If your Mom likes her evening tea, she'll love this Bella tea kettle. Instead of going through the hassle of putting a pot of water to boil on the stove (not to mention the loud cry it makes when ready), all Mom has to do is fill this adorably patterned tea kettle and flip the switch on the side. It'll boil water in no time with 1200 watts of power, which means she can have her chamomile quicker. P.S. our associate editor's mom uses this kettle daily, and loves the patterns!
A digital photo frame can serve as a direct link between you and your mother, letting you send new photos directly to her mantle no matter how far away she lives. Our favorite digital photo frame, the Aura Mason is easy to set up, has a sharp, vivid display, and works seamlessly on Android and iOS through a proprietary app. Simply upload your photos through the app (this makes Aura especially good for documenting Little League triumphs and other fleeting-but-important moments you’d like to share), and they’ll show up in the frame. One tip: When you receive the frame, start contributing photos so that when Mom opens the package and powers up the Aura, they’ll be ready and waiting.
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