In case you forgot, Mother's Day will be here before you know it. You don't have to tell her we reminded you to buy her a gift.
You don’t need a reason to show Mom you love her, but birthdays and Mother’s Day are good excuses to get a great gift for the number one woman — or women — in your life. Want to get her a present she’ll actually enjoy? (Aside from the flowers you're already getting delivered to her, of course.) Here are more than 50 Mother's Day gift ideas to get you going — Mother's Day is May 8 as a reminder.
Whether Mom needs to recover after a long day on her feet or just wants to treat herself to a deep massage, a powerful yet quiet Theragun is truly the gift that keeps on giving. By providing percussive therapy and deep muscle treatment, Theragun helps keep her limber and relaxed no matter what.
Coffee is Mom’s best friend and this Yeti Rambler will make sure her coffee stays warm (or ice cold) as she goes about her day. With double-wall vacuum insulation and NoSweat™ design, this rambler is ideal for any busy day on the go.
A simple bag from the gurus at Lululemon is mom's new daily driver. The simple crossbody bag looks great, comes in a bunch of colors and keeps her valuables close.
She deserves the best. If you buy a Dyson, you know you're getting the best, most well-researched product you can buy.
Maybe the full-strapped Chaco isn't quite for mom. But a hip slide that has a corrective footbed and a host of fresh colors? Check.
Haus's low-alcohol aperitifs are part of the newest alcohol trend and it is one we can absolutely get behind. A membership delivers a more conscious drink right to mom's door.
Summer is coming and that means more time in the sun. Keep her skin protected with a hat equally suited for the beach or the garden.
Out of time? Let mom pick what she wants from Bloomist for all her planting needs. Gift cards start at $10 and go all the way up to $400.
Mom can always use a candle. And if it's a personalized one, she'll know you actually put in some effort.
Sometimes it’s the small things that count. And this incredible lip balm is a small something she’ll use every day.
It’s time to change your mom’s notion that all incense smells like patchouli. Get her some sticks made with nothing more than sustainably harvested plants, sap and wood, and fill her home with the aroma of sweetgrass or douglas fir.
8 face treatments in one device, Therabody's latest venture is a great way to give mom lasting care for her face.
Every phone needs a case. There are a ton of cases to choose from at Casely, including this one which has options for power and MagSafe.
This bag offers everything she needs when it comes to getting out and about, post-pandemic travel included.
You mean mom hasn't watched Sopranos yet? Do her a favor for just $14.99 a month.
It’s rare you can spend $18 on a thing that will last 100 years. So long as they’re not tossed from the roof of a house or left to fend for themselves in a rainstorm, Lodge’s frugal-as-hell cast-iron skillets will do just that.
Does mom like cold brew but not too strong? This 1-quart Takeya makes a weaker version of cold brew and fits inside most refrigerator doors.
Does mom have an actor, athlete, musician or other celebrity she's obsessed with? Maybe they're on Cameo and can give mom a personalized message just for her.
Mom will always have the need for fresh herbs.
Can a mom have too many bags? We don't think so. Whether mom loves the farmer's market or needs another bag for trips to the beach, this is the one.
Part of being a mom is being prepared for anything. Now that plastic straws are an endangered species — and paper ones are no real substitute — she’ll want a reusable one to sub in. Klean Kanteen's is small enough for a purse and cleans in the dishwasher.
Set it on a bedside table and it gently dims as she drifts off and brightens as she wakes up, or she can manually adjust light levels by spinning it. Or she can flip it on its head and it will turn off. It’s intuitive, strangely fun and genuinely useful.
If she doesn't have one already, get her one of Gear Patrol's favorite products. If she does have one, why not get another? A bottle of wine is always better when shared with another.
One of the latest gadgets from Apple, the AirTag will help any mom keep track of her personal items when she's on the go.
A lightweight long-staple cotton towel from Italy will be the best $30 upgrade to her ever-important shower (or bath) routine.
If your mom loves her coffee, there is no better way to drink it than from a handmade clay mug. The hottest mug on the internet is tailor-made to fit an Aeropress and holds up to 12 ounces.
This hydrating body balm is blended with carrot and aloe vera to hydrate the skin. Formulated with geranium leaf and citrus extras, the scent alone is worth the price — this is one she won’t want to share.
Hydro Flask meticulously tapered the walls of this bottle to shave weight while maintaining durability. At just 10 ounces, it might be the lightest one on the planet — that still keeps cold drinks cold for 24 hours and hot drinks hot for 12.
This 13-inch roller features a multi-density exterior that supports muscle recovery, pain relief and improved flexibility. It also comes with access to TriggerPoint’s online video library, where experts show how to roll for optimal results.
She can instantly depuff and tighten skin with the Tool from Nue Co. This heavy-weight stainless steel tool is hypoallergenic and aids lymphatic drainage.