Finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list can be so overwhelming that it’s easy to forget about yourself. When you’re hunting for gifts for everyone else, you can miss out on bargains and little splurges that would make your life more comfortable and enjoyable. This year, keep your eyes open for fun ways you can treat yourself. Here are a few products we love as starting points.

1. Thymes Frasier Fir Poured Candle Tin, $19

Nothing beats the fresh smell of a real Christmas tree in your living room, but actually getting a tree into your house can be a lot of work. If you want to skip the hassle of buying a tree, decorating it, and vacuuming up needles every day, this Frasier fir scented candle from Thymes is the one for you. It smells almost as good as the real thing with none of mess. 

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2. Ivation Foot Spa Massager, $80

At the end of a long day, nothing feels better than slipping off your shoes and treating your sore feet to some warm water. Take your foot soaks to the next level with this popular spa, which has a deep bag of tricks for giving your feet some relief. You can quickly heat it up to 122 degrees Fahrenheit and use bubbles to pamper your feet.

If your soles are sore, the spa’s twin rollers will help relieve their tension. For an even more luxurious experience, you can add a few drops of essential oils. You’re worth it. 

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3. Anker PowerCore 10000 Portable Charger, $26

Are you sick of having your phone’s battery die just when you need it most? An external charger like this one can be a godsend in those frustrating moments. This compact charger, which is about the size of a deck of cards, is compatible with both Apple and Android phones, and it’s super easy to use. Just plug in your phone’s charging cable and hook up your phone. Before you know it, you’ll be back at 100%.

The charger contains enough juice to fully charge your phone multiple times, so you’ll never need to worry about your phone dying in a critical moment.

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4. Bath Bomb Gift Set, $27

A warm bath with a fizzy bath bomb can be a wonderful little luxury, particularly on a cold winter night. Bath bombs may not be the sort of thing you usually buy for yourself, but maybe it’s time you start. This set of 12 handcrafted, individually wrapped bath bombs has an almost perfect rating with over 5,800 reviews on Amazon, with many reviewers praising their scents and moisturizing power. Give yourself the gift of a dozen terrific, relaxing baths at just over $2 apiece.

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5. Naipo Shiatsu Back and Neck Massager with Heat, $50

Professional massages are outrageously expensive, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find an affordable way to relax the muscles in your neck and back. For less than the cost of a single massage from a therapist, this highly rated massager can help you with eight nodes that transfer pressure to your tight muscles for quick relief. It also heats up to 113 degrees Fahrenheit to help relax your muscles with gentle warmth. Until you can have a massage therapist swing by your house for daily visits, this is a splurge you won’t regret. 

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6. Contigo SNAPSEAL Byron Stainless Steel Travel Mug, $10

Most of us are still sipping our on-the-go coffee from ancient, battered commuter mugs that don’t even keep our coffee very warm. It doesn’t have to be that way. It doesn’t have to be that way, though. For just $10, you can treat yourself to one of these highly rated Contigo models that keep hot beverages warm for up to seven hours. Your coffee will stay piping hot for all of your commute or morning walk, and the securely sealed lid will make messy spills a thing of the past. It’s a small purchase, but you’ll be glad you upgraded. 

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7. Amco Rub-a-Way Bar Stainless Steel Odor Absorber, $8

If you’re chopping garlic or onions to prepare holiday meals, you’re probably going to end up with those ingredients’ pungent aromas sticking to your fingers. Traditional soaps can struggle to neutralize these offensive odors, but this clever stainless steel bar can get your hands back to smelling like normal. All you have to do is use it like a regular bar of soap to wash your hands under the faucet.

The sulfur molecules that make onions and garlic so stinky will leave your hands and bind to the steel bar, so you won’t smell like garlic for the rest of the day. It sounds too good to be true, but it works. Best of all, it’s only $8. 

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8. Vive Arthritis Compression Gloves, $9

If you’re dealing with arthritis in your hands, you’re probably willing to give any new solution a shot. While they haven’t been extensively studied yet, compression gloves are gaining traction as a potential way to reduce swelling and ease pain. This pair is under $10, and it has open fingertips so you can go about your normal activities while you’re wearing them. Plus, they’ll keep your hands warm during these cold winter months! 

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9. HeimVision Sunrise Alarm Clock, $47

A good night’s sleep is priceless, and experts have found that maintaining a consistent wake-up time can have a powerful effect on your ability to sleep through the night. Wake up in a more natural way with this sunrise alarm clock, which gradually brightens your room in the morning until it’s time to get up.

The National Sleep Foundation has indicated that wake-up lights that simulate dawn can be particularly useful for people who wake up before the sun rises, so if you’re a natural early riser, this could be the alarm clock for you. 

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10. Godiva Chocolatier Assorted Chocolate Truffles Gift Box, 12-Pieces, $27

What’s the best part about buying yourself chocolate? Not having to share. These 12 decadent truffles include inventive flavor combinations like tiramisu, Black Forest Cake, and crème brulee to delight your sweet tooth. 

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11. Herb Scissors Set with Five Stainless Steel Blades, $11

Chopping herbs can be one of the most tedious parts of cooking, and it only gets worse during the holiday rush. These brilliant multi-bladed scissors take the heavy lifting out of herb preparation. Each time you close them, you make five cuts that make short work of everything from chives to parsley to scallions. The included comb easy cleans out the blades, so you can get back to focusing on the parts of cooking you love. 

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