The best (healthy) stocking stuffers under $25

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The art of gift giving can be both joyful and hard to navigate—so we’re here to help. We’ve scoured the shelves (virtual and IRL) for the most coveted healthy and personalized presents for every member of your friend group. Prepare to add to cart and make your BFFs very happy.

If you’ve planned ahead and crossed everyone off your gift-giving list—from your spiritual yogi pals to travel junkie siblings—congrats! You can now kick back and chow down on some mint matcha superfood fudge, stress-free.

But let’s be real, most of us still have a few last-minute presents to buy. That’s where stocking stuffers come in: From a travel-sized tea maker to immunity-boosting chocolate bars, these are some of the coolest, most budget-friendly (think under $25) healthy gifts you can buy.

Scroll down to check out the best healthy stocking stuffers for everyone on your list.

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Anthropologie Braided Hair Tie Set, $12

These chic elastics will keep your friend’s hair in check, whether she’s rocking a half-bun to happy hour or tightening her braided ponytail for another round of burpees.

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Chic & Basta Jump Rope, $15

For those who live out of a suitcase, there may not be a more convenient cardio companion than a jump rope. But when it’s this good-looking, too? Heart rate, elevated.

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Photo: Board and Batten

Board and Batten Farm to Skin Lavender Candle, $21

With its soothing floral notes, this candle will bring the hygge vibes to any holiday travel destination.

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Just Spices Oatmeal Spice Blend, $6.99

No more sad desk breakfast—give your co-workers this mix of almond, coconut, vanilla, cinnamon, and ginger spices, and instant oatmeal will quickly become their favorite meal of the day.

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Spiritual Gangster Grateful Vegan Leather Coin Purse, $24

Want to let your dearest know how much you love them? Spell it out in a way that they can carry with them every day.

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Urban Moonshine Joy Tonic, $18

Talk about a pocket full of sunshine: These anxiety-reducing herbal droplets are said to instantly melt away stress and fatigue.

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Teavana Perfectea Maker, $22.95

This is the perfect travel-sized companion for any tea lover. Simply fill it with loose leaves and some hot water, hold the whole thing over your mug, and—voilà—you’re sipping on a pro-grade brew.

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Sweaty Betty Spiky Massage Ball, $8

There’s no question about it—the holidays can be super stressful. This massage ball will help relieve the inevitable tension that arises during flights, after late nights, or following an especially heated dinner discussion.

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Photo: French Girl

French Girl Rose Lip Polish, $14.99

Parisiennes may be dialing back on the baguettes and cheese, but their passion for gorgeous beauty products remains unchanged. Exhibit A: this scrub scented with rose otto, rose geranium, and peppermint.

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Anthropologie Captured Flora Journal, $12

There’s no better time to finally start journaling than the dawn of a new year—and no prettier place than this to memorialize some resolutions.

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Aura Cacia Organic Purifying Yoga Mat Mist, $8.99

If your family still won’t take the hint about how gross their yoga mats are, this purifying (and sweet-smelling) mist might just do the trick.

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Pointe Studio Naomi Grip Socks, $12

Cute grippy socks aren’t just reserved for pulsing and tucking—Pointe Studio’s slip-free pairs are just as useful for dashing across mom’s hardwood floor for another piece of pie.

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Photo: Freaky Health Co

Freaky Health Chocolate Bar, $8

Despite the name, there’s nothing freaky about this chocolate. Each bar is sweetened with just mulberries and infused with functional ingredients, from beauty boosters (rose petals, ho shou wu, tocos) to immunity-promoting adaptogens (reishi, ashwagandha, chaga).

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Chakra Bath Salts Set, $22

Split them up among your friends or give one person the high-vibe jackpot with a full set—either way, their baths will get a seriously colorful (and relaxing) upgrade.

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Wu Haus Smoothie Queen Pin, $14

What do you get when you combine two of 2016’s most Instagram-worthy wellness trends—enamel pins and layered smoothies? A gift that’s sure to garner dozens of double taps, that’s what.

Still need some present ideas? See what wellness influencers are planning to give (and get) for the holidays. Or amp up your own wish list with the craziest wellness splurges money can buy.

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