Secret Santa Eco Gift Ideas For Your Budget

November 04, 2020 2 min read

Secret Santa Eco Gift Ideas For Your Budget

It's that time of year again when you pick a name from a hat and buy a Secret Santa gift.  Then there's the agreed budget to stick to.  And of course you want it to be useful and eco-friendly so that it doesn't end up in landfill in the New Year. 

Is it me, or is buying Secret Santa presents getting harder and harder?

 

Eco-Gifts for Under $20

A CuppaCoffeeCup - $17.50

Choose from one of the many designs available and make your giftee feel like they've won the Secret Santa jackpot.  

Reusable cup from Cuppacoffeecup with a design of a tui.

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Travel Shampoo and Conditioner Bars - $16.80

Be the inspiration that someone needs to make the switch over to using shampoo and conditioner bars.  They also come in cute little boxes that are easy to wrap.

Two small white boxes from Matakana Skincare, one travel shampoo bar and one travel conditioner bar.

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On The Go Travel Kit from Grin - $10.90

This cool little kit includes a compostable toothbrush, two travel toothpastes and a compostable toiletries bag.  If your budget stretches a little further you could even throw in some soap, a cotton flannel and a shampoo bar to make it a complete travel kit.

A travel kit from Grin that includes a toothbrush, toothpastes and a toiletries bag.

Click here to learn more about Grin's Travel Kits 

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Cotton Body Pouf - $11.90

 Help someone break their plastic shower pouf habit with this gorgeous cotton alternative.  Pair it up with a lovely soap bar and you're onto a winner!

Click here to learn more about cotton body poufs

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A Peg Bag - $17.90

We all do laundry, so why not brighten up someone's washing days with a plastic free peg bag?  There are several designs to choose from so you'll be able to choose a design to suit.

Click here to browse full range of Peg Bags 

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Beeswax Wraps - From $11.90

Beeswax wraps are easy to gift wrap and they look beautiful with their nature inspired designs. Everyone will be wishing they got you for their secret santa when this is unwrapped.

Available in several designs and sizes. Beeswax wraps are a very handy item to have in every kitchen and not many people appreciate how great they are until they actually use one.  

Click here to browse full range of Beeswax Wraps

Gifting can be a really great way to inspire someone to make a positive change.  They may not choose to buy themselves an eco-alternative, but when gifted one, they'll give it a go and maybe love it enough to want to try more!
 

Happy Shopping for your Secret Santa gift, here's to every change having the potential to make a huge difference. 🎅 🥂 

 

Merry Christmas 🎄

Kelly 💚

 



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