Candles, Oils, Scrubs, Juices, Buffs — Great YVR Gift Ideas

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Look good, smell nice, and survive the holidays by giving and receiving some locally made goodness. Here are five things we’re hoping for and shopping for this holiday season…

Cleanse from the beloved Juice Truck | For those who kept up a steady diet of gingerbread and hot toddies all damn month, this is the way back to sanity. Get set up via their website or at their shop (28 West 5th Ave.) | $195 +

Basically anything Penny Frances Apothecary | The stuff is simple, pure, and quite possibly magic. Shop online or drop in to Studio 126 (126 E Pender St.) or Charlie & Lee (223 Union St.) to smell everything in person. | $15+

A Rekindle Jar from Shop Woodlot. This local line of clean, smile-inducing scents is perfect for the boss, good pal, or secret santa you have a crush on. Pick yours up at The Found & The Freed (706 Victoria Dr.) or Studio 126 (126 E Pender St.). | $20+

Got a picky lady to buy for? Go directly to Harlow Skincare. The coffee scrub is awesome the body butter is a little jar of heaven. Grab Harlow at Walrus Home (3408 Cambie St.) or Charlie & Lee (223 UnionSt.) | $20+

Balance Oil from Vitruvi Aromatherapy | Who doesn’t need something to calm them down a little during the holidays? As their website says, “When in doubt, sniff some f’ing lavender’. Amen. Shop online (by mood or by person) or pick some up at Much & Little (2541 Main St.). |$35+

EVERY COOL THING WE WANT

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