Soap & Glory always comes out with some great gift sets in Boots ready for Christmas. The Next Big Thing gift contains 10 of the most popular Soap & Glory bath and beauty products for the ultimate pamper session.
Now it wouldn't be Christmas without a LUSH gift set. They're all pretty good and you'll be sure to find one to suit your budget whether it's a £10 and under Secret Santa gift or an all out splurge with their Lush Legends set for over £100. My personal pick is the Christmas Candy Box which includes the classic Snow Fairy shower gel that comes back around every year, perfect for fans of sugary sweet bubblegum scents. There's also a Candy Mountain bubble bar, Rock Star soap and Butterbear bath bomb (adorable).
As an alternative to LUSH, Bomb Cosmetics also offers similar gift boxes with a couple more bath bombs/soaps for your money but packaged in a similarly cute style.
If you know anyone who really does like to add a little luxury in to their bath give then they'll probably already be pretty familiar with the Laura Mercier honey bath so why not treat them to the body and bath gift set?
Now if there's one thing we like at Christmas it's mini versions of things. Mini travel-size l'occitane shower gels? Yes please.
Beauticology by Bayliss & Harding always suppliesus with amazing festive scents and gift sets year after year. There's plenty of sets to chose from but I could resist sharing this cute gingerbread tin filled with gingerbread and cranberry body washes and a vanilla frosting body butter. Good enough to eat! But please don't. Also, it's like a budget version of Philosophy which is more than fine by me.
Definitely your average cracker. The Jo Malone Christmas Cracker comes with a mini Nectarine Blossom & Honey Body Crème, Blackberry & Bay Body & Hand Wash and Lime Basil & Mandarin Cologne. It's perfect for Jo Malone lovers or for those who want to try out a little taster from the brand for the first time.
Will you be buying your loved ones any of these bath and body treats? Or have they made it on to your own Christmas list?