The Complete Mother’s Day Gift Guide
From presents and pampering for mom and even yourself
From the LifeMinute.TV Team
April 28, 2022
Mother’s Day is just around the corner and LifeMinute editor-in-chief, Joann Butler, shared the scoop on some of her favorite ideas to show mom some love.
Who doesn’t love pampering with amazing beauty products? Joann loves the brand CyMe, a whole line of truly professional skincare you’ll only find at Massage Envy. Their Hydrating Night Mask is made with hyaluronic acid, glacial water, and snow algae. It feels so good on your skin that you will wake up feeling brighter, refreshed, and with a dewy-like glow. Get it for $25 at Massage Envy. They’re having an extra-special Mother’s Day deal now through May 8th. If you purchase a 60-minute customized facial session at the non-member, non-intro rate, you get a second one free. It’s a great excuse to book some much-needed face time with mom – or whoever holds that special place in your heart.
You can pick up a CyMe Hydrating Night Mask at your local Massage Envy location. And don’t forget to book your customized facial session while you're there. Visit massageenvy.com to find a location near you.
Now, something fab for mom’s hair, Aveeno Fresh Greens Blend Shampoo & Conditioner. It uses oat as the first ingredient to refresh and soothe your scalp. It also has rosemary, peppermint, and cucumber to add thickness and body. And it helps clarify your hair, adding moisture at the same time, so your hair looks shiny and healthy. They’re sulfate-free, with no dyes or parabens. Best of all, you can get them at your local Walmart or walmart.com for just $8.99 each.
Lastly, you can get a gift certificate for books and music for mom. There are two new releases Joann loves. The first is Lauren Monroe’s new single called “Kiss Me Now," which follows her second solo album, 2021's Under the Wolf Moon. The second release is a work of fiction, The Real True Hollywood Story of Jackie Gold, by Dinah Manoff. If you remember, Manoff played the character Marty Maraschino (like the cherry) in the movie Grease. Her book is a real page-turner. It's funny too and loosely based on Manoff's experience living in Hollywood.