While anti-aging products are probably high up there in her skincare routine, one thing Mom might be skipping? A facial spray. Mario Badescu's line of facial sprays are a godsend, rehydrating the skin after it loses water throughout the day. This spray set features the OG rose-infused spray, plus newer favorites like cucumber and green tea, and chamomile and lavender. It'll refresh her skin without messing up her makeup, and she can get back to conquering the world.
Slippers make terrific equipping stuffers. Slip Amy Jo Gladstone Bam slippers into her stocking.
The Bonding Between Mother and Son
If you buy the women on your list an article of clothes (normally inadvisable), make sure you know her size. You don't want to buy something too little or too big.
When a girl is at the age of five, she looks at her mother as an idol. Her mother is her goddess and she wishes to imitate her mother in every way. She uses her mom’s cosmetics, wears her heel to feel like her. The girl does everything to look like and imitate her mother. But, as the daughter enters her teenage, she suddenly alienates herself from her mother. She feels like her mother doesn’t understand her at all, and she starts spending more time with her other friends.
What better way to introduce mom to the wonders of double cleansing than with the Best of Beauty-winning Living Cleansing Balm? It's a crown jewel when it comes to removing sebum, makeup, and sunscreen, thanks to grape seed, persimmon extract, and vitamin E. It washes off completely and easily and leaves skin feeling soft and clean. The Soothing Tea Cleansing Gel acts as a follow-up to dissolve sweat and dirt with rice extracts, poly hydroxy acids (PHAs), and green tea. Since Then I Met You is based on the Korean concept of "jeong," which refers to a deep and meaningful connection, it's a perfect gift to show mom just how much she means to you.
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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!
This one is a pricey gift, we know, but for the mama who loves espresso drinks, it’s a gift she’ll use and enjoy for years. After more than 80 hours of research and testing, we think the Breville Bambino Plus makes the best home option: It’s easy to use but makes consistently rich shots and perfectly steamed milk. And with a sleek, compact design, it’ll look pretty in nearly every kitchen lucky enough to have it.