Holiday Gift Guide For Him

November 26, 2017

Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving. If you missed my Holiday Gift Guide For Her – be sure to check it out. I also wanted to share a gift guide for him too so here it is!

I’m getting a couple of these gifts for my hubs, others are staples that he uses all the time and some are expensive gifts I’m keeping in mind in case we win the lottery – lol. Tell me what you are planning on getting him. I’m on a need to know basis!

Click each pic for more info or scroll down to see these gifts divided up by price and more about why I’m loving them!

Gifts Under $29

Schmidts Deodorant

$8.99 – I’ve had my hubs try so many deodorants and these actually work and won’t break the bank! Check out their new holiday scents like Christmas Tree, Snow Day and Holiday Spice.

Osmia’s Black Clay Facial Soap Bar

$24 – Can’t say enough about this facial soap bar. It’s great for all types of skin, helps balance, cleanse and soften. A lot of people say it has helped their acne too! Get the soap saver too to help make it last – it’s only $2!

Acure Body Wash

$7.99 – Clean, smells good, simple and it works. My hubs uses their shampoo too. A great stocking stuffer!

Morrocan Magic Lip Balms

$3.99 – A clean alternative to Chapstick – these are great to stick in his bag, coat pocket or car.

Patagonia Men’s Trucker Hat

$29 – Made with an organic cotton front and a polyester mesh back, you really can’t go wrong with a classic men’s trucker. I love the dark blue. It’s a great neutral that will go with most anything. And it’s adjustable!

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Yeti 10oz Rambler Low Ball

$19.99 – Great for grab and go coffee in the morning or a drink in the afternoon. Keeps hot drinks hot, cold drinks cold and it’s the perfect size!

1821 Bitters

$9.99 – Located in Atlanta’s Ponce City Market – Small batch, handcrafted cocktail bitter, tinctures, shrubs, syrups and tonics. Japanese Chili and Lime Bitters anyone!?

Gifts Under $100

Everlane Men’s Straight Leg Jeans

$68 – Everlane only works with ethical factories and cuts down the mark ups so we can have ethically made clothing at a decent price. My hubs says he needs new jeans – I may give these a try!

Patagonia Pullover

$99 – Cute and functional. Patagonia strives to reduce environmental impact.

Mini Projector

On sale $69.99 (normally $169!) – For movie nights with this kids. You can even project movies off of your phone. He will love this!

Josh Rosebrook’s Nutrient Day Cream SPF 30

$50-$85 –  Since he is always *borrowing* my moisturizers. I’m getting him this one that goes on light, nourishes, moisturizes and provides protection from the sun. Plus it’s wicked organic. This formula is a crowd pleaser and great for anyone!

Gifts Over $100

Ray Ban Aviators

$160 – Picked these up over the weekend for my hubs. He is always *borrowing* my aviators so I’m excited to give him these. I love the darker metal rims – less flashy.

Josh Rosebrook Ethereal

$145 – LOVE this scent on me or him. Musky with notes of vanilla + cinnamon. It’s like my Dad’s Old Spice but in the best way.

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Breville Espresso Machine

On sale $559 (normally $1,000!) – Because obvi. (I say this ones for him but it would totally be for me).

Patagonia Men’s Recycled Wool Vest

$199 – Made with recycled materials, this vest is not only warm, it’s super handsome. Simple and understated it’s great for work or a day out with the kids. I think this will be perfect for the Atlanta winters! (Last year I never even took out my wool coat!)

Bose Bluetooth Headphones

$129.95 – My hubs loves everything Bose and since he watches 95% of his TV on his phone – these are easy to pack and pretty much perfect.

ŌURA Ring

$299-$499 – Claims to be the most accurate device for sleep and activity training. Provides goals and recommendations based on your personal data. I’m so into this but I wonder if my husband would wear a ring like this?

What are you saving in your gift guide for him?

By Lisa

Lisa is the founder of This Organic Girl. Passionate about clean beauty, organic eats and nontoxic lifestyle, Lisa writes to create awareness. Conscious consumerism and informed decisions will impact the marketplace, our health and THE WORLD!

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