Top 8 must-buy Christmas gifts for women under £50

Browse through our top 8 gifts for women, to surprise your loved one with something they both want and need this year

With only two weeks left until the big day, make sure you’re well-prepared with help from our top 8 Christmas gifts for women – all of which can be purchased for under £50!

08: Aroma Diffuser, Rituals, £45

In just 10 minutes, your bedroom will be filled with a light, fragrant mist of powerful ingredients to help quiet the mind and calm the senses. Ritual’s Jing Aroma Diffuser releases notes of relaxing lavender and soul-soothing sandalwood to help clear and focus the mind – perfect for anyone who struggles to unwind after a busy day.

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07: OUAI Fine, Medium Hair Treatment Masque, £32

Revive damaged hair with OUAI’s hair masque, which is loaded with shea butter to hydrate, soften and condition dry and over-processed hair. The magical masque also contains panthenol which helps to restore shine while improving the overall strength of hair and hydrolyzed keratin and proteins, to prevent breakage while reducing frizz and flyaways.

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06: Nicolai Knot Bow Makeup Bag, Ted Baker, £30

Made from patent vinyl, this cute Nicolai Knot Bow Makeup Bag from Ted Baker is the perfect gift for anyone who enjoys a bit of glamour. This spacious bag is finished with a gold zip and a gorgeous bow, to add an extra layer of luxury.

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05: Loire Gold & Glass Carousel Beauty Storage, Oliver Bonas, £39.50

Keep beauty bits safe with this Carousel Beauty Storage from Oliver Bonas, which is ideal for storing jewellery and skincare products. The piece is finished with ribbed glass and glossy gold metal, and features a swivelling base, meaning each item is visible and easy to get to.

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04: Pottery Kit, Sculpd, £39

Anyone who loves arts and crafts will enjoy Sculpd’s Pottery Kit. Each kit supplies everything you need to let your creative juices run wild, with step-by-step guides to sculpt, carve, paint and seal 20 creations, including pinch pots, succulent plant pots, trinket dishes, vases, candle holders, sculptures and everything in between.

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03: Hero Facial Oil, By Sarah London, £34

Massage a few of By Sarah London’s Hero Facial Oil into clean, damp skin to feel illuminated and replenished. The magic? It all lies in the cold-pressed, organic plant oils that deliver vital nutrients and an instant glow. This rejuvenating oil is suitable for all skin types, including dry, combination, oily-prone and sensitive.

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02: Bala Bangles, Bala, £49.95

Strap Bala’s Bangles around either your wrists or ankles to add constant but comfortable resistance to your workout. These versatile weights are ideal to use during yoga, pilates, boxing or on walks to make them a little more challenging. These stylish weights are made from soft silicon and are available in nine colours.

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01: The Pure Silk Eye Mask, The Silk Collection, £25

This luxurious pure silk eye mask from The Silk Collection will ensure the user has a peaceful and undisturbed night’s sleep. Made with 100% silk and available in six different colours, the fabric is soft and gentle on the skin, with padding to ensure it stays comfortable all throughout the night. This gift is ideal for those who travel frequently, or who just want to get a quilty night’s rest.

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