Seeking gift inspiration? We have collated three perfect gift ideas, whatever the celebration.
- The gift of choice a Lavish Gift voucher
A Lavish gift voucher gives your recipient a wonderful chance to take time out, relax, indulge and be pampered! If you haven’t got any experience in selecting a spa that’s close to you, you’re rewarding someone who lives in a different area or you just want to leave the power in their hands, then this is the ideal gift that does it all.
Lavish vouchers are accepted at hundreds of spas, treatment rooms, beauty salons and nail bars throughout the UK. If you want to see before you buy, why not browse the Spa and Salon Directory to view the choice of places where it can be spent?
2. A unique beauty buy
The £15 hero we always recommend for rewards and gifts is the Herbal Treat Box. Made with Mandarin, Lime and Basil essential oils,, this kit has everything to say thank you to someone who needs a bit of downtime, including a luxurious 50ml Bath oil, a dispersing bath melt enough for three baths, a creamy 55g soap and a soy wax mini candle combine for a luxurious and relaxing bath time experience. The treat box is made by a great producer called Celtic Herbal, a brand who pride themselves on giving wonderful gifts that are good for you and good for the environment. None of the range is tested on animals and everything made complies with the Cosmetic Regulations, so you can be sure that every bar is not only naturally and ethically produced but also safe to use!
3. The little something
If you want to give a nod to something luxe but don’t want to overdo it with a gift that’s too lavish, why not try a hand cream? We love the green tea and grapefruit hand cream from Heyland & Whittle, a uni-sex scent that’s a smart gift for anyone to receive. Paraben and sulphate free and packed with vitamin E rich Shea butter, sunflower oil and beeswax to help protect and moisturise the skin and nails, this is the perfect ‘mini gift’.
We have a huge range of beauty and pamper gifts available – why not take a look and see?