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Gift Guide

Welcome to Well+Good’s 2013 Holiday Gift Guides. This is the first in a seasonal series, where we recommend five (or more) healthy, stylish gifts for everyone on your list (or for you to add to yours!).

Since supporting a cause is now an integral part of lots of women’s wellness lifestyles, we found the best healthy products that also give back, as soon as you give them.


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Satya Jewelry Oasis Necklace Satya Jewelry Oasis Necklace, $98
Spiritually-infused jewelry line Satya Jewelry teamed up with Charity: Water to create this gold piece with a blue agate stone. Forty dollars from each sale helps provide clean drinking water to families in India.


Purps by Shawl WallahPurps by Shawl Wallah Pashmina Shawl, $146

Handmade from pure Pashmina wool in Kashmir, sales of these perfect-for-post-yoga shawls support the local artisans that make them, and a portion of proceeds are returned to help disadvantaged children in the region.

Yellow Leaf Hammocks - Vineyard Haven HammockYellow Leaf Vineyard Haven Hammock, $179

What could be better for maximizing relaxation time on lazy Montauk Sundays than this? And the cool seersucker print is produced by artisan weavers in rural Thailand, empowering the struggling local economy.


Feed Love Organic Cotton Bag

Feed Love Organic Cotton Bag, $50

This 100 percent organic cotton tote spreads love via its message and by providing 25 meals in areas with high rates of HIV/AIDS patients.


LSTN Troubadour Headphones LSTN Troubadour Headphones, $150

Your eco-conscious BFF will love these chic headphones made from reclaimed wood, and for each pair purchased, LSTN contributes to the Starkey Hearing Foundation.


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(Photo: Jocelyn Levy of the SEAK Foundation by Joseph Kuhn)