Hippie Mama - Gift Guide 2017

November 12, 2017 1 Comment


A lover of all things groovy and natural, a simple and thoughtful gift would put a smile on a Hippie Mama’s face. Choose from this Spirit Nest Gift Guide all the best presents you can give.
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1. Stay Trippy, Little Hippie Long Sleeve

$34.95

Keep it trippy this holiday season! Get cozy with this Little Hippie pullover and choose from a variety of colors: Purple, Black, or Navy.

2. Raw Magick Body Butter

$15

Avoid dry and cracked skin this winter.
This is a purely magickal body butter, it has the ultimate formulation to keep your skin moisturized and hydrated this season. 

3. Faerie Coconut Milk Bath

Luxurious Faerie Coconut Milk Bath potion. Specially formulated to de-stress the body and calm the mind. Will be the perfect treat for the Hippie Mama's skin-care regime. 

4. 7 Stone Chakra Energy Generator

$27.95

Let in the good vibes with this 7 Stone Chakra Energy Generator. Dedicate this item to a friend who can benefit from more balance in her life.

5. Rock On Long Sleeve

$34.95 

It's time to charge your crystals and rock on! Available in Navy, Black, Red, and Purple.

6. Lavender + Rosemary Mason Jar

$24

$24 

Craving for a peace of mind? Light this candle whenever you want deep relaxation. Meditate your way to a clear head. Spread the scents of fresh lavender and rosemary to tap into this Holiday season.

7. Abalone Smudge Shell

$17.95

Bring the wonders of the sea when having your smudging rituals. This Abalone Shell has special healing properties and it also gives out love and peace vibrations.

8. New Moon Night Cream

$26

Glow like the moon with this night cream. It suits not only for those with dry skin but also for those who have sensitive skin. It has activated charcoal which removes skin toxins instantly and keeps your skin fresh and healthy.

9. Chakra Tree of Life Necklace

$12.95

Find your center with this incredible Chakra Tree of Life Necklace. Powered with a combination of elements that can balance your energy center. This necklace suits all motivated women who seek balance.

10. Oriental Elephants Vegan Boots

$69.95

Stomp your feet to the beat of your own drum wearing this cute Oriental Elephants Boots! It’s Vegan-friendly too! 

 

 




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kylie Davidson
kylie Davidson

November 14, 2017

Love all your stuff so cute

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