Oh I think baubles are a cute gift idea at Christmas time. Firstly because they tend to be inexpensive due to only including sample sizes but they can also double up as actual tree baubles for the following year if that’s something you’d like.
I received a Yankee candle bauble gift set from my boyfriend for last Christmas and I loved it as it included three wax melts & I love my wax melts! From what I can see, Yankee Candle don’t seem to be doing bauble gift sets this year unfortunately but I have found the best of the bunch in my opinion to share with you today!
This is a very inexpensive bauble costing only £6.99. It includes two products: the lip balm and a hand salve. A perfect stocking filler
This is the bauble I want the most. I have wanted to try the ThisWorks pillow spray for God knows how long now and this bauble has two pillow sprays as well as a roll on. I think £13 for three tester products is really good and if you know somebody who struggles sleeping, it’s definitely a worth it present.
This bauble is £6 so fairly pricey for only a small amount of hot chocolate but as it’s luxury & the bauble has a cute print, it’s a lovely present idea.
£10 for a Melted liquified long wear lipstick. The only negative is that this isn’t really reusable in my opinion but if you know a fan of the melted lipsticks then this would be a lovely gift option for them.
£10.20 for this Decleor bauble including one of their intense nutrition, luxuriant nourishing lip balm
£20 for this bauble featuring a Kohl eyeliner and a mini mascara. I think the packaging for this bauble is so pretty too.
I think everybody either loves the Emma Hardy cleansing balm or really wants to try it. This bauble is £10 and includes a 15g pot of the balm as well as a cloth. This is a definite Christmas winner – I want it!
Finally, the L’occitanne cherry blossom bauble costs £10 and includes a shower gel, body lotion and hand cream. I think this is the probably the best value bauble included in my list and the cherry blossom smells so so good.
My two favourites are definitely the This Works and the Emma Hardy bauble – although I do think the L’occitanne bauble is really good value for money!