Presents for EVERYONE – INCLUDING Myself

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This year, I made a point in not making a big deal out of holiday shopping since we’re keeping tight reigns on our budget since I’m expecting baby #2 . Personally, I’ve never thought it was worth the trouble since it’s usually hard to find a parking space. Plus, I prefer to shop peacefully without having to battle my way through hordes of overzealous shoppers or stand in line for hours.

I thought I’d keep the gifts simplistic, yet indulgent and pampering this year for the females in our family. I’ve found Walgreens and Walgreens.com to be my favorite places to shop for beauty products. Thankfully, there is one within my vicinity. However, I’ve noticed that Walgreens.com carries many things that the retail location does not.

No Fail Beauty Gift Ideas:
This eco-friendly eye brush set is made of highly sustainable bamboo handles, 100% cruelty-free soft taklon bristles, and recycled aluminum ferrules. The cosmetic case that it comes in is made of natural cotton and hemp. These eye brushes will rival the top notch beauty brushes in business! They’re unbelievably high quality at a great price.
Personally, I believe a woman can never have enough lip balm in her beauty arsenal. I love just about anything citrus, and mint makes it seem even more tantalizing. This lip balm is made with natural and organic ingredients including Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Beeswax, Organic Jojoba Oil, Shea Butter, Aloe Vera, Vitamin E and Natural Flavor.

Belli Pregnancy Elasticity Belly Oil $39

Pregnancy isn’t always a walk in the park. Therefore, expectant mothers love to feel and look their best.

Elasticity Belly Oil is a luxurious blend of pure plant extracts that prepares skin for stretching. It features vitamin E, gotu kola extract, and collagen hydrolysates – the only ingredients shown in a published medical study to decrease both the risk and severity of stretch marks. The cocoa butter is nourishing for the skin, while the lavender and sweet almond oil is soothing and calming to the senses.

I love all of the products that I’ve tried in the past that were by MyChelle. I also love using lash and brow serums once in awhile to make my lashes stand out more. Therefore, I’d love to try out theirs to see what it is like. Unlike most of them on the market, this one is free of harmful ingredients such as parabens, phthalates, ureas, petroleum-based chemicals and artificial colors.
I have combination skin, and pumpkin peels are a great way to keep the acne at bay, while making my skin utterly smooth and soft. This product would make an excellent gift for just about any teenager or anyone who has problematic skin.

Walgreens wants to share some special savings with you from their Holiday Shopping Guide with over $25 of coupons.

About the author


HilLesha O’Nan resides in Southern Indiana with her husband and 3 children. She’s a lifestyle blogger that enjoys photography, fashion + beauty, traveling + adventure, gardening, and interior decorating. She is also the founder of To the Motherhood, Fashion Fling, and The Beauty Counter.

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To the Motherhood was created by HilLesha O’Nan. She’s a content creator and digital influencer that’s passionate about photography,
fashion, beauty, home improvement, traveling, cooking, and wellness. She’s a married mom of 3 (11, 5, and a 4-month-old) that resides in Evansville, Indiana. She has worked with companies like Princess Cruises, eBay, Best Buy, and Microsoft. She’s currently an ambassador for MadeBlinds and Pixi Beauty. Additional information.

Want to reach out? Please contact HilLesha at HilLesha@gmail.com.

HilLesha O’Nan has been blogging for 13 years and is also the founder of Fashion Fling and The Beauty Counter.

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