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Spa Gift Boxes Everyone Wants

What do you put into spa gift boxes everyone wants? You’ll find 10 options in this article and more help to create a well-deserved gift.

Pampering someone special

It’s too bad that people don’t pamper themselves enough to buy personal care treatments contained in one glorious package. Most of us buy one of this and one of that but not an entire collection. That’s where your participation in their relaxation enters the picture.

A person who truly deserves such a gift did something nice for you. They collected your mail or walked your dog or possibly cooked and delivered a meal to you. This person is someone who you know well enough to create this personalized gift, as not everyone fits that category. A generic gift box may be more appropriate, but here we’ll discuss the spa gift.

What’s in the spa gift box?

Many items you choose can be the same for a man or woman. The exceptions are the grooming tools specially available for each gender. Here’s a sample of what to collect for the spa gift box:

  • Loofah
  • Cotton balls
  • Gender-based soap
  • Back scrubber
  • Nail clippers
  • Foot lotion
  • Shaving gel
  • Moisturing cream
  • Cotton slippers
  • Wash cloth and/or towel

You’ll find more options for spa gift boxes everyone wants in the article, What to Put in a Spa Gift Basket, which includes a list of container choices. As an example, how about a mini claw-foot tub rather than a box?

Wrapping also counts

In this time of eco-friendliness, you might choose to close this gift in a netted bag. Such a bag is reusable for shopping at fruit markets and other shops. However, wrapping in cellophane or a shrink bag is also practical to keep each item in place.

What is not included in this idea for a spa gift box that you’d add?

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Shirley George Frazier

Shirley George Frazier is the leading authority on the gift basket and gift box industries. She's the author of numerous books on the topics, speaks at events worldwide, and assists creators to start and grow their gift basket and box businesses. You can reach Shirley by email at sales at giftbasketbusiness dot com.

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