I’ll admit it: this one is a little sparse.
And that’s simply because I don’t have teens yet. I mostly took things I thought I’d want for myself and shoved them into this category because I’m probably not that much more mature than your average teen anyhow. The good news is that you can still win it all (even if you decide not to give it to a teen…).
HERE WE GO-HO-HO WITH PART 4 OF THIS YEAR’S GIFT GUIDE!
Teen holiday gift guide
Hard Candy Holiday Crackers
What is it? Behold the Christmas cracker! But without the corny joke, plain paper hat and lame trinket inside. Nope, these six crackers come with Hard Candy makeup in each one! There’s lip plumper, gloss galore, sparkly liner and an eyeliner included in this fun take on a holiday classic.
How much? $14.97
Where can I buy it? Walmart.
Rocky Mountain Soap Co. face mask + hand soap
What is it? I like pretty much everything from this company and I think your teen would, too. Plus it’s not just any soap — it’s vanilla CANDY CANE soap! It’s a limited holiday release so get it while you can. I’m not sure I’d recommend the Restorative Face Mask for a teen, but there’s a deep cleaning one that would probably be great for sensitive, oil-prone (that is, youthful) skin.
How much? $13.50 per face mask + $5.50 per bar of soap.
SUDIO SWEDEN WIRELESS EARBUDS
What is it? My favourite headphones ever — and not just because they come in my favourite colour pink, among others. These wireless earbuds have a new look and feel from the Sudio Sweden brand; the Tre bluetooth headphones last for hours upon hours on a single charge and deliver clear, crisp sound. Take phone calls, adjust the volume, skip to the next song… all with three little buttons. Each pair of Sudio headphones come in their own leather pouch and have a small charging cord that’s easy for travelling to school and back — or more.
How much? $125 (and even if you don’t win, Sudio is offering EVERY reader 15% off any headphones using the code MOMMYGEAREST at the checkout!)
Where can I buy it? Sudio Sweden.
The Five-Minute Journal
What is it? Gratitude is something that’s become more important to me this year than any other, and I think imparting thankfulness and teaching our kids (young and old) to cherish that feeling is a huge key to long-term happiness. Even for the busiest teen, this journal can help them capture the best parts of their days, every day. Perhaps when they’re feeling down, they can look back and appreciate all the good things in their lives.
How much? $38.99
Where can I buy it? eBay.
S’IP water bottle
What is it? If you’ve never used a S’well water bottle, then it’s definitely time to add one of these to your own holiday wish list. Introducing S’IP by S’well. Think of it as the younger, funkier model with a style unto its own. It’ll hold 15 ounces of your teens hot or cold bevvies — and keep them that way no matter how long their days get.
How much? $35
Where can I buy it? Indigo.
Win it all!
One lucky winner will win everything featured in this gift guide, valued at nearly $250! Please review the contest dates, terms and conditions carefully in the Rafflecopter widget. Lots of luck to everyone who enters, and happy holidays.
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