What to get for Mother’s Day?
mum-in-law, therefore I decided my search is post-worthy.
which hopefully might inspire you too.
If you’re on a budget, these Radox bath goodies are great. Radox have really pulled out all the stops
with a choice of shower gels, scrubs and bath soaks.
Bath Therapy (£2.31), which has a zingy scent with extracts of Orange Blossom,
to Radiant Spa £2.21), which features fig and neroli oil, you can bring a
little luxury to Mother’s Day without breaking the bank.
gels this Mother’s Day. This is because
a bath just screams ‘me time’. So the
added value of a bath soak goes way beyond the product itself, so it’s well
worth the small price you’d pay.
rose, and it really does make bath time feel so much nicer, not to mention
leaving a nice smell in your bathroom long after you’ve pulled the plug.
option. Keep it simple and classy and
you can’t go far wrong. I always think
jewellery is a much safer bet than clothes, which is plagued with issues, not
least upsizing your favourite lady.
|John Lewis £35|
whole ‘I’m not a size 14, I’m a 12′, issue.
you may call them). I’ve bought one for
my mum in the past. It was super-soft and she loved it. They’ve
got some nice ones in stock now:
flowers. They brighten any room, and I know
for a fact that both my mum and mother-in-law love flowers, so I think whatever
I opt for, I’ll sneak a bunch in.
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