May 12, 2017

Beachcomber’s Mother’s Day Gift Guide

With Mother’s Day this Sunday, you may find yourself scrambling to find last minute brunch reservations on the one day of the year that the masses are clamouring for omelettes.

Consider these stress-busting gifts instead, to avoid having mom re-gift yet another bath bomb set.


5 Super Relaxing Mother’s Day Gift Ideas:


Mother’s Little Helper tea
Containing organic valerian, for taking the edge off in a guilt-free way. ($16.00 CAD)

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The Beachcomber hand shape massager
Will soothe aching muscles, whether used wet in a hot tub, or dry if mom is still awaiting the delivery of her Beachcomber. ($7.00 CAD)

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The Evening Shade Judy Essences aromatherapy
A harmonizing blend of water lily and bergamot brings the spa experience right into your hot tub for a soaking experience of ultimate relaxation. ($15.49 CAD )


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Luxury edition spa robe
Perfect for Sunday lounging, this luxurious terrycloth robe is reminiscent of a spa day, minus the algae face masks. ($99.95 CAD)


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Aiming to be the favourite child for all eternity? Consider making all of mom’s dreams come true with a Beachcomber Anniversary Edition.


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One thought on “Beachcomber’s Mother’s Day Gift Guide

  1. Ellishedberg says:

    Does the robe have a hood

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