Dur­ing hol­i­days often wish each oth­er good health; in this col­lec­tion, pro­pose to express this wish with a gift. No mat­ter what gen­der or age your loved one is, have some­thing for every­one.

Sleep and recovery

The basis of good health is prop­er recov­ery and good sleep. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, peo­ple have not yet learned how to pack and sell sleep by the hour, but they have learned how to make ortho­pe­dic pil­lows. The qual­i­ty of this sleep and ulti­mate­ly your health depends on the posi­tion of your head dur­ing sleep — it makes sense to choose a pil­low con­scious­ly!

Massagers and other health gadgets

It’s great when you have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to go for a mas­sage to a spe­cial­ist, espe­cial­ly if you play sports. But this is not always the case — for exam­ple, a per­son can be very busy. Spe­cial devices that can do a lot today will help ease the con­di­tion of strained mus­cles: mas­sage the neck, and “break” ten­sion in clogged mus­cles, and relieve fatigue from the legs.

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Or maybe a smart scale (with a smart­phone appli­ca­tion), a mag­ne­tother­a­py device or an ozoniz­er will be a lcome gift for your loved one — so that the atmos­phere in your home is even health­i­er.

Hygiene items

A tooth­brush seems to be not the most obvi­ous gift for Feb­ru­ary 14, but it depends on what kind! If it’s an elec­tric tooth­brush that helps you achieve notice­ably bet­ter results with less effort, then this is the per­fect gift, cho­sen with love. The same applies to the styl­ish clear plas­tic tooth­brush and mild­ly whiten­ing tooth cream.

An oral irri­ga­tor will be espe­cial­ly use­ful for those who ar braces or implants.

For those who like to relax in the bath, give a stand for a book and a glass of wine — along with — yes, you can along with wine, or you can with a pack­age of sea salt.

Tea and supplements

Exot­ic hemp tea or col­or-chang­ing chang shu? A hol­i­day is a great occa­sion to choose some­thing unusu­al. Healthy peo­ple can choose some­thing spe­cial: a beau­ti­ful Japan­ese-style lunch­box for those who decide to snack only on healthy food, a chon­dropro­tec­tor for those who have moved on to the most seri­ous eks of train­ing, and an urbach with antiox­i­dant prop­er­ties for absolute­ly every­one.

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Useful little things

Rub­ber bands for fit­ness take up almost no space, and can replace an entire gym.

Kuznetsov’s appli­ca­tor is also quite com­pact, which does not pre­vent him from bring­ing unfor­get­table sen­sa­tions and alle­vi­at­ing the con­di­tion with a vari­ety of ail­ments, from headaches to sci­at­i­ca.

And a sev­en-day pill box with com­part­ments will help your loved one not to miss tak­ing vit­a­mins, even on a long trip.