Skip the Mother’s Day brunch this year and give Mom what she really craves, some SPP: Serious Personal Pampering.
|Being a mom requires fancy footwork, so treat her tootsies to a pair of Herbal Resting Booties from Uncommon Goods ($32). They’re packed with restorative herbs like lavender, rosemary, chamomile, and can be refrigerated or microwaved.|
|Help Mom transcend stressful days with a Yantra acupressure mat ($49–$69). It’s engineered to stimulate 8,820 acupressure points (depending on how you lie on it) to boost energy and zap tension.|
|After months (years!) spent packing lunches, what mom needs is her own Super Skin Nutrition Lunchbox ($65) by Dr. Nicholas Perricone. It’s stocked with elixirs derived from antioxidant-packed superfoods (no icky parabens or sulfates).|
|Low on cash? Luxury doesn’t have to cost a dime. Make a mom’s life easier by offering to watch her kids on a weekend afternoon, says Kate Hanley, creator of Msmindbody total-wellness website. “Give any mother some prime ‘me’ time and she’ll never forget it.” Now that’s priceless.|