Healthy Holiday: 6 Unique Gifts for the Health and Wellness Enthusiasts on Your Holiday Shopping List

Healthy Holiday: 6 Unique Gifts for the Health and Wellness Enthusiasts on Your Holiday Shopping List

The holidays can be stressful when you’ve got a ton of names on your shopping list but little idea of what to get each person on that list. Luckily, we’ve got you covered when it comes to shopping for all of the health enthusiasts in your life.


Read on to see our guide to some unique gifts for lovers of all things health, fitness, and wellness, and get ready to start checking off names on your list and making your holiday shopping load a little lighter!

EatSmart Precision GetFit Digital Body Fat Scale


Overall health is about a lot more than weight, and it’s dangerous to measure progress by the number on a scale. However, the EatSmart Precision GetFit Digital Body Fat Scale gives not just one number but several to give you a more comprehensive look at your body. It tells you your weight, but it breaks down that number by also measuring body fat percentage, muscle mass, bone mass, and total water weight, making this a scale that is exceptional in tracking real fitness progress.

Go Fit 18” Massage Roller


One of the best ways to soothe tired muscles after a tough workout is through self-massaging, which can be done with the use of a massage roller. The Go Fit Massage Roller is the perfect tool to keep your muscles from tightening up and becoming sore after a day at the gym. At 18 inches in length, the roller is a great size for all kinds of body types. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that this is definitely one of the cooler looking massage rollers out there!

One Love Organic Total Indulgence Body Serum Gift Set


Any wellness buff knows that proper skincare is all about making sure that skin all over the body is properly moisturized and pampered from time to time. One Love Organic’s Total Indulgence Body Serum Gift Set comes complete with four fantastic and all-natural aromatic serums, each of which works on the skin in a unique way. Rose oil soothes, softens, and hydrates; neroli oil nourishes, promotes energy, and boosts energy through aromatherapy; chamomile calms and moisturizes; and lavender eases muscles and soothes sensitive areas on the skin.

FitDeck Bodyweight Exercise Playing Cards


When it comes to working out, the key to progress is changing things up and challenging your body in new ways. FitDeck Exercise Playing Cards are a fun way to keep workouts fresh from day to day by allowing you to select cards at random to determine your routine for the day — cards which come complete with instructions on performing each move and suggested reps for different fitness levels. With different sets, including bodyweight, yoga, pilates, stretch, prenatal, postnatal, and junior, there is a FitDeck for everybody.

Herbal Tea Gift Set


Herbal teas, when composed of high quality all natural ingredients, are known for their healing properties. They are caffeine-free, hydrate the body, contain antioxidants and vitamins, and have psychological benefits, since the simple act of drinking tea is known to be soothing and relaxing. An herbal tea assortment or gift set can be the perfect gift, especially in the wake of cold winter nights. Purchase one of Tea Forte’s ready-made gift sets, or create your own by combining loose teas, an infuser, and a mug in a basket or gift box.

Superfood Kitchen: Cooking With Nature’s Most Amazing Foods


Anybody who is big on health and wellness will obviously care a lot about the kinds of foods they are putting in their bodies. A cookbook with recipes based on the freshest ingredients and the healthiest cooking methods, like “Superfood Kitchen: Cooking with Nature’s Most Amazing Foods” by Julie Morris, could be a fantastic gift to inspire anybody living a healthy lifestyle to create new recipes that their bodies will be thankful for as much as their taste buds will.


What are some of your favorite health and wellness gift ideas? Share them with us below or tweet me @tamarahoumi

Tamara Rahoumi

Tamara Rahoumi is a third-culture kid of Egyptian descent who was born and raised in New Jersey. She loves experiencing new things, and is in a constant state of wanderlust. She has spent a year studying in Switzerland and another teaching in Albania. Tamara graduated from Rutgers University, where she studied political science and cultural anthropology. She reports on a variety of stories for MUIPR. Follow Tamara on twitter @tamarahoumi.

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