Lifestyle Wellness holiday gift picks from Well+Good By MEREDITH DELISO firstname.lastname@example.org Updated December 8, 2015 3:09 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email The holiday bazaar gets a healthy twist. On Dec. 13, Well+Good is hosting a pop-up shopping event at the Dream Downtown hotel. The lifestyle website’s Wellness Wonderland will feature goods from a variety of beauty, home, health and fitness brands. Well+Good co-founders Melisse Gelula and Alexia Brue share their top gifting picks, all of which will be available at the pop-up. Exhale spa packages Photo Credit: Exhale "New Yorkers are so bad at slowing down and unplugging. But that's what spas have in spades. We're excited to give an Exhale spa package (Balance or Indulgence, coin toss!) for some really cool healing, restorative and beautifying treatments, AKA a half-day of me-time." Various prices W3ll People Fall/Winter Natural Beauty Essentials Photo Credit: W3ll People "We love when natural makeup companies actually put skin-benefiting ingredients into their products. W3LL People did it early on, and glamorously. And giving this set of four handbag staples -- Expressionist Mascara in black, Universalist Multi-Stick in berry aubergine, Bio Brightener Stick in moonstone and Bio Extreme Lipgloss in berry -- means you've single-handedly made it super easy for someone (even your Maybelline Great Lash-loving sister) to fall hard for natural makeup." $110 Aloha premium holiday kit Photo Credit: Aloha "Stocking a client's or a colleague's pantry with a bountiful assortment of Aloha's high-quality superfood chocolate, organic smoothie-making staples and gorgeous herbal tea blends to get them through winter is an incredibly thoughtful holiday present. (Sausage and cheese baskets preserved to survive the apocalypse? Not so much.)" $150 Lou & Grey cashmere fingerless gloves Photo Credit: Lou & Grey "Your sense of style and personal savvy are reflected in this gift of gloves: They're luxe because of the cashmere, yet infinitely practical because you've just made reaching for a MetroCard or texting a message so much easier for someone who know doesn't have to remove their gloves. Nice work!" $58 Parachute Home merino travel kit Photo Credit: Parachute Home "Creature comforts count for a lot. Especially in places like Economy Class. Giving a traveler in your life a non-bulky merino wool blanket (this fabric warms brilliantly and is amazingly breathable) and a cozy mask to guarantee shut-eye are survival tools against the forces of frequent flying." $149 By MEREDITH DELISO email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.