People who seemingly have everything are the hardest to purchase gifts for. For those who are close to your heart, ponder these products — special splurges that cost $50 or more — that will help them achieve their healthy goals.
Preserve precious counter space with this sleek appliance that triples as a high-speed blender, juice extractor and citrus juicer in one. Depending on your pulp preference, the 800-watt motor can blend (more fiber), press (fresh citrus) or extract (DIY juice blends) any bounty of hard and soft produce, plus powders, yogurts and other mix-ins with the simple exchange of attachments.
Juiceman 3-in-1 Total Juicer
Panic! You forgot to chill the white wine, and your BFF just pulled into the driveway. With the help of this stylish carafe, you can both be sipping on perfectly cooled whites, roses and zins in minutes. The stainless-steel ice chamber chills wine (plus tea and other liquids) super-fast and keeps it cold for 90 minutes. And if you run out of wine before gossip, you can quickly chill another bottle.
Rabbit Wine-Chilling Carafe
Aromatherapy—the act of using essential oils for therapeutic purposes—is a 6,000-year-old practice gaining fresh revival. What’s breathing new life into healing scents? Experts believe it’s the simple, experiential, tangible act of taking personal control over your health that smells good to so many. This modern pendant makes scents not only curative but also stylish by holding wicks of essential oil blends you can carry with you, sans mess or fuss.
Cor Aromatherapy Pendant
In the early 1920s, German scientist Hans Berger recorded the first alpha waves, electrical frequencies the brain transmits when in a state of calm. Thirty years later, another German scientist, Winfried Schumann, discovered that our planet had a pulse: measurable natural frequencies that surrounded life on earth, also identical to alpha wave frequencies. These calm-inducing bracelets claim to house technology that acts like an antenna, allowing us to tune out man-made frequencies and tap into Earth’s relaxing rhythm. They’re the official sleep bracelet of the New York Yankees, which is also potentially calm-inducing, depending on whom you’re cheering for.
Philip Stein Sleep Bracelet
Borrowing a style cue from our friends down under, Colorado-based Wallaroo Hat Company founders Stephanie and Lenya harnessed the Australian secret to sun protection with flair: colorful, wide-brimmed hats made from UPF 50+ fabrics. Wallaroo’s UPF 50+ Collection has earned the Skin Cancer Foundation’s seal of recommendation, and the women-owned, certified–B Corp company has donated 1 percent of its annual profits to skin cancer research since 2008.
Wallaroo UPF 50+ Hat
If you are looking to splurge on someone special, see these 5 gifts that encourage good health. @deliciousliving
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