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Soap and Glory do miniature versions of some of their range and not only are they a practical way to try out new products but they're also dinky and adorable. I can never walk past them whenever I'm in Boots and I think that they'd make great stuffing fillers. I personally would recommend The Righteous Butter and Hand Food (reviewed here) but there's a whole range of miniatures for you to take you pick from!
2 The Body Shop Lip Butters - £4
I love a good lip balm, especially when they're creamy and hydrating. The Body Shop's Lip Butters are lovely products and they come in such a gorgeous array of scents that it's hard not to love them. They may be small but they last a heck of a long time and my nightstand is rarely without one. I think they'd make a great stocking filler for just about anyone.
If you're looking for some high quality, affordable make-up to give to a partner, friend or family member then Sleek is a great place to look. Their lipsticks are among my favourites and they come in a great range of colours and different finishes. I would highly recommend the shade Barely There (reviewed here) but there is a colour for everyone in their collection!
There's nothing nicer to receive (in my opinion) than pampering products that will keep on giving long after Christmas is over! Aussie's Hair Masks are affordable without compromising on quality and effectiveness and it will last you for months. I've used their Take The Heat 3 Minute Miracle Hair Mask in the past and I would definitely recommend it.
5 Amie's Spring Clean Cooling Face Mask - £4.95
This is another product that will keep on giving for longer than just the Christmas period! A tube of face mask will last you a good few months (even with regular use) and I find that they make excellent gifts as they remind you of the person who gave them to you every time you reach to use them.
6 Lush's Snowcake Soap - £3.25 for 100g
Do it for the smell! If you want a stocking to smell like a gift from the angels themselves then pick up a hunk of Lush's Soap. My personal preference this year is for Snowcake which smells a lot like Marzipan (my Christmas 'sweet' of choice) but there are a whole range of scents to suit every nose out there.
Would you like any of these to show up in your stocking?