Top 15 Gifts Under $15

November 18, 2018

Top 15 Gifts Under $15

It’s that time of the year. Exchanging gifts can be a thoughtful gesture…presenting a small token of your love and adoration doesn’t have to break the bank. It’s hard to decide what to buy for whom, and not everyone is savvy with DIY presents.

For budget-friendly gifts, we’ve scoured our stash for the best picks for anyone and everyone!
It’s the little things that matter, and for less than $15 you can joyfully express your gratitude on this Holiday season.

A sweet little vile of roll-on perfume in this sensual scent of rose blended with patchouli, frankincense, myrrh, sandalwood, vanilla and musk is the perfect gift for the women in your life.

Lip Balm: Lavender Mint


Pucker up! Winter woes calls for chapped lips, but with our favorite Witch in the
Woods Lavender Mint Lip Balm will soothe, hydrate and nourish anyone’s lips.

Third Eye Oil


A captivating magical oil to open your third eye and strengthening your psychic abilities. Gift this blend of sweet aroma to use on astral projection, lucid dreaming, meditation or trancework.

Moonstone crystal travel-size candle
Relaxing and empowering scent, great for meditation or romantic moments with your loved ones. Great candle to lit when you set intentions and cleanse your space.

Artisan Soap: Hermitage - Patchouli Citrus



Invigorate your loved one’s senses with this delectable citrus soap. A gift that will wrap their noses into a warm sensation.

California White Sage Smudge


This dried California white sage smudge stick offers a light fragrance for any smudging and performance ceremony. Gift it to meditation lovers alike to clear their space from negative energy.

7 Chakra Stone Energy Generator

This handmade 7 chakra stones generator help to align the 7 chakras. It'll help to bring harmony to your friends or family with this gift.

Mermaid Vegan Body Lotion



Bring in some ocean vibes during the cold winter, with this amazingly scented mermaid body lotion it's a deeply soothing lotion that will make anyone’s skin soft and supple.

Spa: Soothing Facial Toner



Skincare can never go wrong when it comes to gifting. This toner is packed with aloe, lavender, and rose water to help clean and tighten pores.

Kamini Tree of Life Incense



This beautiful incense would be a perfect gift for someone special. Fill up their homes with positive energy!

Norse Rune BraceletA unisex bracelet that captivates all positive luck and fortune, perfect for someone who’s extra special in your life. (For Men Too)

Dangle Drop Moonstone Earrings



You can never go wrong with earrings! Jewelry looks beautiful on everyone, especially these delicate moonstone earrings.

Lavender Oatmeal Vegan Soap



Soap is a great item to gift to friends and family during the holiday season. This organic and vegan made soap is handcrafted with the finest ingredients and it's super nourishing. 

Norse Rune Symbol Branch Rings



Jewelry will always symbolize love. Choose one of these exquisite rings, each made with a meanigful Runic script.

Naked Moon - Organic Vegan Non-GMO Deodorant (For Men Too) 

A gift that will make any hippie a happy one! This unisex 100% natural deodorant stick is perfect for any vegan lover who wants to smell fresh as a daisy.

 

For friends and family who deserve nothing but the best gifts, these affordable and useful items will surely make you a wonderful gift-giver!

 




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